Ulefone Power now available for presale at limited introduction price


ulefone power

Ulefone’s large battery phone the Ulefone Power is up for pre sale. The 6050mAh battery phone will sell for a promotional price of just $179.99 during the sale a saving of $20.

Ulefone officially announced the Ulefone Power about a week ago. The smartphone is aimed at offering the longest battery life possible and comes with a 6050mAh Sony Li-polymer battery that gives and claimed 75days of stand by time.

ulefone power

The officially battery life of the Ulefone power is an impressive 4 days of normal use, 75 days of stand by time, 63 hours of talk time and fast charging means you won’t have to wait long to use the phone, 5 minutes of charging is enough for 2 hours talk time.

Ulefone have also included all the usual features we expect to see on a mid-range phone including a 5.5-inch FHD display, Corning Gorilla Glass 3, octacore chipset, 3GB RAM, 13 mega-pixel rear camera, 5 mega-pixel front and a metal chassis.

Android 5.1 ships on the phone as standard, but Android 6.0 is set for release in February.

Colour options include dark grey, white and a wooden finish.

The pre-sale will be limited to just 10,000 Ulefone Power phones and will end on the 18th January. After the pre sale the price of the phone will increase to $199.99.

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142 Comments

  1. MattD
    January 6, 2016

    I’m so damn tempted T.T
    But I’ll stuck with my usual policy: never pre-order, always wait for reviews and a price drop… 20$ aren’t worth the risk of finding myself with a useless thing :-/

    However, a gizchina’s review is always welcome c-:

    • Adam Irvine
      January 6, 2016

      Ye I feel the same about it… Whilst on paper it’s mega cheap @ that price, it still could be wasted money if it turns out to be a ‘pile o shite’

    • Muhammad Yasir
      January 6, 2016

      are you listening , Yash or Andi ?!

    • Galindo
      January 6, 2016

      Haha, you say that every new phone will be, but you will only buy a cell phone every year, you choose right, but the first time more people are willing to buy a new phone.

  2. Dis
    January 6, 2016

    I bought 2 preorder codes for the Ulephone P9000 and now I don’t know if I should buy them or this phone. Help!

    • MattD
      January 6, 2016

      Epic(?) crossover? ?

      • Dis
        January 6, 2016

        Staying with the P9000, better CPU and will be fine with fast charge cus I have a power bank

        • MattD
          January 6, 2016

          My comment was about the strange crossover between ulefone and elephone 😀

        • kik
          January 6, 2016

          Sorry, you power bank is capable of quick charge? Power bank is made of batteries so i guess the output will not be more than 5V/2A, which is not quick enough for super battery mobile phones.

          • Tarantino
            January 6, 2016

            yes,9V2A-3A。

          • Dis
            January 7, 2016

            I’m not sure if mine is, but I never meant to imply that at all. There are power banks that do support quick charge for sale though.

    • kik
      January 6, 2016

      I guess you you are talking about Elephone P9000. Don’t buy anything from Elephone. I’ve got a P6000 which is a crap and no update. I bought my wife a Ulefone Paris and after 3 months she already got 5 updates OTA so easy. I’ll definitely buy a Ulefone device after my p6000 totally die.

      • Tarantino
        January 6, 2016

        Many users are complaining P6000.When you complain elephone will soon launch a new model, and let all concerned have left complaining. Haha, this is a clever attention, but also very ugly.

      • Dis
        January 7, 2016

        Thanks. I will see if any Ulephone are still available.

  3. Dis
    January 6, 2016

    Nowhere does it say what processor it is

    • Dis
      January 6, 2016

      nvm it is 6753

    • MattD
      January 6, 2016

      It’s being mt6753 since the first rumor m8 🙂

      • Dis
        January 6, 2016

        I meant on the phone page. Strange that they hide this.

        • MattD
          January 6, 2016

          Understood… The fact is: you have to open the resellers’ page to actually buy it, so i guess everyone can read the soc once opened the actual shopping page

          • Dis
            January 6, 2016

            They are still keeping it hush. I imagine cus people will expect something better like the P10.

            • Muhammad Yasir
              January 6, 2016

              not for that price at this time …

            • Dis
              January 6, 2016

              ELephone P9000 Edge with 4GB RAM 32GB ROM is also $200 and it has the P10 SoC.

            • Galindo
              January 6, 2016

              Almost nine months ago, they publicized vowney, but to the present, they have not seen the 4GB version, as well as the original P7000, for elephone, it has completely discredited

            • Dis
              January 7, 2016

              Better claim my money back for the codes then.

            • trapchan
              January 7, 2016

              which will be released next year

            • Dis
              January 7, 2016

              No, it launches this month.

            • Muhammad Yasir
              January 7, 2016

              you missed the joke 😀

            • MattD
              January 6, 2016

              Possible! However 6753 is a nice compromise between performance and power consumption, so it’s probably the best choice avaible (in mediatek’s portfolio) for a long-lasting phone

            • Dis
              January 6, 2016

              Really though what could the difference in price be between the 6753 and the P10? $2 $3? I’d rather pay a little more and have it in this phone with a bigger battery.

            • curamrda
              January 8, 2016

              does anybody know the real power consumptions of the current SoC?

  4. @ndy
    January 6, 2016

    looks good on paper… but i think it’d be wise to wait for reviews of it before committing.

    • Muhammad Yasir
      January 6, 2016

      likewise …
      typical ulefone. spend more on CGI , Ads and visual stuff than on phone making !

      • @ndy
        January 6, 2016

        Indeed. Unfortunately.

      • GIGS
        January 6, 2016

        Have you ever used Ulefone Paris? Or have you ever used a Ulefone device? I think your conclusion only fits Be Touch 2. Other models of them are generally with good quality.

        • Muhammad Yasir
          January 7, 2016

          Paris had camera problems. Be Pro had battery specs lied about …
          lol , im glad i din’t use any of them…
          altho looking at ulefone power makes me think … but only real time tests will provide us with conclusive proof and closure.

          Also , contrary to what this looks like , i actually kinda appreciate the Ulefone brand overall. Here’s to hoping they’ll STOP with the lies , make a Betouch 4 that gives Apple a run for their money AND in general make phones that have the right mix of power and utility added to them for general purpose usage.

    • Assefa Hanson
      January 6, 2016

      i guess but witht hte limited stock arent you at risk of missing it out, screw it its better to wait for reviews lol, but somebody has to buy it before hand to warn the others so pre ordering is still useful

      • @ndy
        January 6, 2016

        I’d never pre order a console game, let alone a phone :p especially a lesser known brand. Unless they’re willing to send me a review unit to prove me wrong 😀

  5. MattD
    January 6, 2016

    I’m so damn tempted T.T
    But I’ll stuck with my usual policy: never pre-order, always wait for reviews and a price drop… 20$ aren’t worth the risk of finding myself with a useless thing :-/

    However, a gizchina’s review is always welcome c-:

    • Adam Irvine
      January 6, 2016

      Ye I feel the same about it… Whilst on paper it’s mega cheap @ that price, it still could be wasted money if it turns out to be a ‘pile o shite’

    • MattD
      January 6, 2016

      😁

    • Guest
      January 6, 2016

      lol

    • Guest
      January 6, 2016

      are you listening , Yash or Andi ?!

    • Kieslowski
      January 7, 2016

      Haha, you say that every new phone will be, but you will only buy a cell phone every year, you choose right, but the first time more people are willing to buy a new phone.

  6. Dis
    January 6, 2016

    I bought 2 preorder codes for the Ulephone P9000 and now I don’t know if I should buy them or this phone. Help!

    • MattD
      January 6, 2016

      Epic(?) crossover? 😁

    • Dis
      January 6, 2016

      Staying with the P9000, better CPU and will be fine with fast charge cus I have a power bank

    • MattD
      January 6, 2016

      My comment was about the strange crossover between ulefone and elephone 😀

    • kik
      January 7, 2016

      I guess you you are talking about Elephone P9000. Don’t buy anything from Elephone. I’ve got a P6000 which is a crap and no update. I bought my wife a Ulefone Paris and after 3 months she already got 5 updates OTA so easy. I’ll definitely buy a Ulefone device after my p6000 totally die.

    • kik
      January 7, 2016

      Sorry, you power bank is capable of quick charge? Power bank is made of batteries so i guess the output will not be more than 5V/2A, which is not quick enough for super battery mobile phones.

    • Tarantino
      January 7, 2016

      ulefonePower,9V2A-3A. It seems to have support for other mobile phone charger.

    • Tarantino
      January 7, 2016

      Many users are complaining P6000.When you complain elephone will soon launch a new model, and let all concerned have left complaining. Haha, this is a clever attention, but also very ugly.

    • Dis
      January 7, 2016

      I’m not sure if mine is, but I never meant to imply that at all. There are power banks that do support quick charge for sale though.

    • Dis
      January 7, 2016

      Thanks. I will see if any Ulephone are still available.

  7. Dis
    January 6, 2016

    Nowhere does it say what processor it is

    • Dis
      January 6, 2016

      nvm it is 6753

    • MattD
      January 6, 2016

      It’s being mt6753 since the first rumor m8 🙂

    • Dis
      January 6, 2016

      I meant on the phone page. Strange that they hide this.

    • MattD
      January 6, 2016

      Understood… The fact is: you have to open the resellers’ page to actually buy it, so i guess everyone can read the soc once opened the actual shopping page

    • Dis
      January 6, 2016

      They are still keeping it hush. I imagine cus people will expect something better like the P10.

    • Guest
      January 6, 2016

      not for that price at this time …

    • MattD
      January 6, 2016

      Possible! However 6753 is a nice compromise between performance and power consumption, so it’s probably the best choice avaible (in mediatek’s portfolio) for a long-lasting phone

    • Dis
      January 6, 2016

      ELephone P9000 Edge with 4GB RAM 32GB ROM is also $200 and it has the P10 SoC.

    • Dis
      January 6, 2016

      Really though what could the difference in price be between the 6753 and the P10? $2 $3? I’d rather pay a little more and have it in this phone with a bigger battery.

    • Kieslowski
      January 7, 2016

      Almost nine months ago, they publicized vowney, but to the present, they have not seen the 4GB version, as well as the original P7000, for elephone, it has completely discredited

    • trapchan
      January 7, 2016

      which will be released next year

    • Dis
      January 7, 2016

      No, it launches this month.

    • Dis
      January 7, 2016

      Better claim my money back for the codes then.

    • Guest
      January 7, 2016

      you missed the joke 😀

    • curamrda
      January 8, 2016

      does anybody know the real power consumptions of the current SoC?

  8. @ndy
    January 6, 2016

    looks good on paper… but i think it’d be wise to wait for reviews of it before committing.

    • Guest
      January 6, 2016

      likewise …
      typical ulefone. spend more on CGI , Ads and visual stuff than on phone making !

    • @ndy
      January 6, 2016

      Indeed. Unfortunately.

    • Assefa Hanson
      January 6, 2016

      i guess but witht hte limited stock arent you at risk of missing it out, screw it its better to wait for reviews lol, but somebody has to buy it before hand to warn the others so pre ordering is still useful

    • @ndy
      January 6, 2016

      I’d never pre order a console game, let alone a phone :p especially a lesser known brand. Unless they’re willing to send me a review unit to prove me wrong 😀

    • GIGS
      January 7, 2016

      Have you ever used Ulefone Paris? Or have you ever used a Ulefone device? I think your conclusion only fits Be Touch 2. Other models of them are generally with good quality.

    • Guest
      January 7, 2016

      Paris had camera problems. Be Pro had battery specs lied about …
      lol , im glad i din’t use any of them…
      altho looking at ulefone power makes me think … but only real time tests will provide us with conclusive proof and closure.

      Also , contrary to what this looks like , i actually kinda appreciate the Ulefone brand overall. Here’s to hoping they’ll STOP with the lies , make a Betouch 4 that gives Apple a run for their money AND in general make phones that have the right mix of power and utility added to them for general purpose usage.

  9. NO.5
    January 6, 2016

    Will it come with a quick charger? What’s the output of it. Because many phone makers just claim their phones “support” quick charge but let you buy another quick charger yourself.

    • Shostakovich
      January 6, 2016

      Have a look at their features page. It will come with a faster charger. Output is 9V and 2-3A. Pretty good face value.

      • NO.5
        January 6, 2016

        So, what’s Pump Express?

        • Seven-pr
          January 6, 2016

          Fast high current, the battery will bearer is required, the battery needs to be able to quickly absorb the power, if not, it will generate heat, increasing the loss. So, you see ulefonepower have a special charging chip.

        • GIGS
          January 6, 2016

          A technology to control waste and heating.

          • Seven-pr
            January 6, 2016

            Yes, he needed battery / battery controller chip / phone board power management chip, battery charger chip with, in order to achieve fast charging, and safe charging.

    • Seven-pr
      January 6, 2016

      Fast charging, the charger only requires the output current, and the battery and the phone board is also required, the internal battery can not heat too much, followed by mobile phone motherboard needs can carry large currents through.

      • Tarantino
        January 6, 2016

        Current increases, the battery inside the block will increase, so it is necessary to protect the chip, so you see ulefonepower batteries and chips as well as motherboards have this design.

  10. Seven-pr
    January 6, 2016

    All aspects of buying a good phone, this is difficult, because most of the phones, give you see some high configuration alone, but to reduce the material and reduce the quality of in other ways. For example umi of Rome,

    I can see very clear ulefone Power appears, almost every aspect of it is excellent, good performance CPU, the good performance of RAM, as well as the mainstream of the camera and screen, as well as metal fuselage, increased infrared capabilities, there fingerprint display, importantly, it also has a lot of battery, and supports fast charging, finally, its price is acceptable for most people, it did not use the low price to attract attention, but almost every individuals can buy, this is the choice of products we should go, but, from the ulefone Paris constantly updated, and their software is also very hard, so, ulefone Power is definitely worth buying now most mobile phones.

    • LuizGustavo
      January 6, 2016

      You are right, Ulefone is the first lesser known brand which starts to offer constant updates. That’ll distinguish themselves from their competitors.

      • hak
        January 7, 2016

        You guys will get promoted for saying good things about your company!!

        • Tomislav Ivan Flis
          January 7, 2016

          I really thing the praises are genuine. I own Samsung A3 through T-mobile and updates are so slow an even buggy. I own it for a year now and I think I only received 2-3 updates so far.

          I bought Ulefone Paris for my wife and it is so much better device (except the screen) – faster, without bloatware etc. Since launch there were more updates for her Paris than for A3 total. And they announced 6.0 for Paris that I can only dream for on A3 and I think it is worth mentioning that A3 when released cost 3X more then Paris when released.

    • Tarantino
      January 6, 2016

      Yes, I agree with you that, many times, we are attracted several parameters of a device, while ignoring other aspects, such as iphone, it does not quickly upgrade hardware, but continue to make it a whole become perfect.

  11. ii
    January 6, 2016

    I love Ulefone. One year ago i got Ulefone Be Pro which is still very fast. And 3 months ago i got my sister a Paris as her birthday gift and she like it very much. Now i need a big battery device, so my choice will be out of question.

    • Tarantino
      January 6, 2016

      be pro is a good phone, many people are also beginning to understand and be pro like ulefone by.

    • phantompisser
      January 8, 2016

      It’s an OK phone/fone except for the non working headphone jack and the power/rocker buttons lasting 3 months . I’m replacing the power button at the moment and it’s soldered in which is a huge pain . Thankfully Ulefone posted a howto on their facebook page . Actually that says a lot for their customer support .

  12. GuyKiller
    January 6, 2016

    Nice, will buy it soon.

  13. EmperorProtects
    January 6, 2016

    No way! Cool! I’ll let my father buy it for me as my 18th birthday gift. I like big battery and i need not to worry about charging during biking.

  14. Skadoosh
    January 6, 2016

    It’s the most balanced phone since last year. It has all i want.

  15. SergioRamos
    January 6, 2016

    Have paid. Wait for arrivale.

  16. elvis
    January 6, 2016

    No free gifts?

    • Guns 'n' Vegetables
      January 6, 2016

      This cheap and you still ask for free gifts? Too greedy

  17. Tony Lee
    January 6, 2016

    really great phone, with such lot useful features, it would be better if could lower a little the price.

  18. trapchan
    January 7, 2016

    Chinese phone pricing 101:

    Pre-sale Price : $179
    After pre-sale Price : $199
    3 weeks after pre-sale Price : $169

    Learn your lesson, early adopter.

  19. morgs640
    January 7, 2016

    Agreed nice phone disappointing price. pass

  20. morgs640
    January 7, 2016

    should be a helio x10 for the price

  21. NO.5
    January 7, 2016

    Will it come with a quick charger? What’s the output of it. Because many phone makers just claim their phones “support” quick charge but let you buy another quick charger yourself.

    • Shostakovich
      January 7, 2016

      Have a look at their features page. It will come with a faster charger. Output is 9V and 2-3A. Pretty good face value.

    • NO.5
      January 7, 2016

      So, what’s Pump Express?

    • Kieslowski
      January 7, 2016

      Fast charging, the charger only requires the output current, and the battery and the phone board is also required, the internal battery can not heat too much, followed by mobile phone motherboard needs can carry large currents through.

    • Kieslowski
      January 7, 2016

      Fast high current, the battery will bearer is required, the battery needs to be able to quickly absorb the power, if not, it will generate heat, increasing the loss. So, you see ulefonepower have a special charging chip.

    • GIGS
      January 7, 2016

      A technology to control waste and heating.

    • Tarantino
      January 7, 2016

      Current increases, the battery inside the block will increase, so it is necessary to protect the chip, so you see ulefonepower batteries and chips as well as motherboards have this design.

    • Kieslowski
      January 7, 2016

      Yes, he needed battery / battery controller chip / phone board power management chip, battery charger chip with, in order to achieve fast charging, and safe charging.

  22. Kieslowski
    January 7, 2016

    All aspects of buying a good phone, this is difficult, because most of the phones, give you see some high configuration alone, but to reduce the material and reduce the quality of in other ways. For example umi of Rome,

    I can see very clear ulefone Power appears, almost every aspect of it is excellent, good performance CPU, the good performance of RAM, as well as the mainstream of the camera and screen, as well as metal fuselage, increased infrared capabilities, there fingerprint display, importantly, it also has a lot of battery, and supports fast charging, finally, its price is acceptable for most people, it did not use the low price to attract attention, but almost every individuals can buy, this is the choice of products we should go, but, from the ulefone Paris constantly updated, and their software is also very hard, so, ulefone Power is definitely worth buying now most mobile phones.

    • LuizGustavo
      January 7, 2016

      You are right, Ulefone is the first lesser known brand which starts to offer constant updates. That’ll distinguish themselves from their competitors.

    • Tarantino
      January 7, 2016

      Yes, I agree with you that, many times, we are attracted several parameters of a device, while ignoring other aspects, such as iphone, it does not quickly upgrade hardware, but continue to make it a whole become perfect.

    • Guest
      January 7, 2016

      You guys will get promoted for saying good things about your company!!

    • Tomislav Ivan Flis
      January 7, 2016

      I really thing the praises are genuine. I own Samsung A3 through T-mobile and updates are so slow an even buggy. I own it for a year now and I think I only received 2-3 updates so far.

      I bought Ulefone Paris for my wife and it is so much better device (except the screen) – faster, without bloatware etc. Since launch there were more updates for her Paris than for A3 total. And they announced 6.0 for Paris that I can only dream for on A3 and I think it is worth mentioning that A3 when released cost 3X more then Paris when released.

  23. ii
    January 7, 2016

    I love Ulefone. One year ago i got Ulefone Be Pro which is still very fast. And 3 months ago i got my sister a Paris as her birthday gift and she like it very much. Now i need a big battery device, so my choice will be out of question.

    • Tarantino
      January 7, 2016

      be pro is a good phone, many people are also beginning to understand and be pro like ulefone by.

    • phantompisser
      January 8, 2016

      It’s an OK phone/fone except for the non working headphone jack and the power/rocker buttons lasting 3 months . I’m replacing the power button at the moment and it’s soldered in which is a huge pain . Thankfully Ulefone posted a howto on their facebook page . Actually that says a lot for their customer support .
      Oh and their updated android rom is probably best described as a carcass left to rot by the side of the road .

  24. GuyKiller
    January 7, 2016

    Nice, will buy it soon.

  25. trapchan
    January 7, 2016

    starting from 0:29, I think I’ve seen that footage from another phone video.

    • hak
      January 7, 2016

      lol .. which actually belongs to Xiaomi …

      https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SX-CJhpAe8M

      See 0:24 … Everyone is copy and pasting things … that’s their marketing strategy .. absolutely no originality….. if they fake the manufacturing process that they are showing, guess what else they are faking !!

      I bet someone will counter me and say Xiaomi ripped this video off from Doogee or Ulefone … and that will be the joke of 2016!

      • trapchan
        January 8, 2016

        No, maybe it’s really from Xiaomi, I just couldn’t remember which phone it was. But I’m pretty sure that I did watch that footage before. That’s why I said I thought.

  26. EmperorProtects
    January 7, 2016

    No way! Cool! I’ll let my father buy it for me as my 18th birthday gift. I like big battery and i need not to worry about charging during biking.

  27. Skadoosh
    January 7, 2016

    It’s the most balanced phone since last year. It has all i want.

  28. SergioRamos
    January 7, 2016

    Have paid. Wait for arrivale.

  29. elvis
    January 7, 2016

    No free gifts?

    • Guns 'n' Vegetables
      January 7, 2016

      This cheap and you still ask for free gifts? Too greedy

  30. Liisess
    January 7, 2016

    really great phone, with such lot useful features, it would be better if could lower a little the price.

  31. trapchan
    January 7, 2016

    Chinese phone pricing 101:

    Pre-sale Price : $179
    After pre-sale Price : $199
    3 weeks after pre-sale Price : $169

    Learn your lesson, early adopter.

  32. morgs640
    January 7, 2016

    Agreed nice phone disappointing price. pass

  33. morgs640
    January 7, 2016

    should be a helio x10 for the price

  34. trapchan
    January 7, 2016

    starting from 0:29, I think I’ve seen that footage from another phone video.

    I think it’s from Doogee F3 video.

    • Guest
      January 7, 2016

      lol .. which actually belongs to Xiaomi …

    • Guest
      January 7, 2016

      See 0:24 … Everyone is copy and pasting things … that’s their marketing strategy .. absolutely no originality….. if they fake the manufacturing process that they are showing, guess what else they are faking !!

      I bet someone will counter me and say Xiaomi ripped this video off from Doogee or Ulefone … and that will be the joke of 2016!

    • trapchan
      January 8, 2016

      No, maybe it’s really from Xiaomi, I just couldn’t remember which phone it was. But I’m pretty sure that I did watch that footage before. That’s why I said I thought.

  35. Ray Bel
    January 7, 2016

    Quit buying Ulephone. Zero support. Spread the word and maybe they will take care of there customers….

    For example lot’s of user of the Ulephones (all models affected it seems) report getting white spots on the screen. Ulephone keeps denying it’s a production problem.

    Must be the fault of the customer that white sport suddenly appear.

    http://ic.tweakimg.net/ext/va/1227535.jpg

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vEc6pYttn1U

    • NO.5
      January 7, 2016

      Errr, you’d better contact the Ulefone official customer service. Ulefone says such white spots are under warranty and will help you by offering retailer new phone for replacement. If you just contact the retailers, they of course will deny.

  36. Ray Bel
    January 7, 2016

    Quit buying Ulephone. Zero support. Spread the word and maybe they will take care of there customers….

    For example lot’s of user of the Ulephones (all models affected it seems) report getting white spots on the screen. Ulephone keeps denying it’s a production problem.

    Must be the fault of the customer that white spots suddenly appear.

  37. Ray Bel
    January 7, 2016

    Ulephone take responsibility. Support faulty products!

    • NO.5
      January 8, 2016

      Errr, you’d better contact the Ulefone official customer service. Ulefone says such white spots are under warranty and will help you by offering retailer new phone for replacement. If you just contact the retailers, they of course will deny.