The Ulefone Power is STILL selling like crazy!


Ulefone Power

At almost one year after launch, the Ulefone Power has sold more than 1 million units. The smartphone is doing so well that even Aliexpress themselves recommend it on their homepage; that only happens when a product is selling a lot and users review it positively.

The Ulefone Power is still the best selling Ulefone’s handset on the market. Customers seem to have loved the 6050mAh paired with an above average build quality and constant software updates.

Possibly also the drop in price has helped; the smartphone was being sold $199 at launch, but now, one year later, it can be found for less than $150.

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Ulefone Power Android 6.0

In a quick specs recap, the Ulefone Power features a 5.5-inch Full HD display, MediaTek MT6753 (1.3GHz) octa-core CPU, 3GB of RAM and 16GB of internal storage (expandable). All of that is fueled by a massive 6050mAh battery,

It’s now on sale for $146.99, click here to know more.

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44 Comments

  1. MattD
    September 29, 2016

    If only they haven’t used recycled glass bottles as lenses for the camera, it would have heen even more attractive… Still a good phone after all, battling on par with oukitel k6000pro… Still hoping in a new model with upgraded hardware though…

    • Muhammad Yasir
      September 29, 2016

      “If only they haven’t used recycled glass bottles as lenses for the camera”

      HAAHHA !

      • MattD
        September 29, 2016

        ? Why are you laughing?! That’s a serious issue! ? they didn’t even bother to clean the bottles before using it… People have been asking for an ota capable of removing the stains of beer and apple juice from their lenses! ?

        • Omer
          September 30, 2016

          lol 🙂

        • Muhammad Yasir
          September 30, 2016

          hory shet man … thats a cheap fuck blunder

          i hope ulefone learn from such an amateurish mistake !

  2. Muhammad Yasir
    September 29, 2016

    is it THAT good ?!

    • MattD
      September 30, 2016

      Meh, it does what it’s supposed to. It’s a battery phone, and it delivers very nice battery life, in fact it goes beyond my initial expectation giving the fact that it has a fullhd screen and a soc with bad efficiency. The os runs pretty well, it can even handle decently havy games. But camera is a mess, build quality is ok but some unity have issues, so quality control wasn’t that strict. The in-bundle charger is a suicide, it overheats the phone to the point it damages its internal components. Speaking of which, overheating isn’t a big deal, but the glue inside the phone is extremely sensitive to the heat on some unit, so it’s something to watch out for.

      Still, I followed this phone for so long that I’m still thinking to take one ?

      • Muhammad Yasir
        September 30, 2016

        don’t do it bro 😛

        go for some better brand !

        • MattD
          October 1, 2016

          I’d like to, but I don’t see xiaomi or letv going for a 6050+ mah battery phone anytime soon, sadly

    • Paul R. Rohde
      September 30, 2016

      From my experience with the Power I bought, I wouldn’t buy another Ulefone, or MediaTek phone for that matter in any situation. One or the other may be innocent. Problems: The headphone jack only worked with the supplied headphones (which were crap incidentally). Other headphones or line plugs just fall out or won’t plug in. Audio handling for calls (with headphones was flawed/malfunctioning. The phone would freeze, especially GPS map apps. The dedicated camera button isn’t properly implemented (for example, when viewing photos, the shutter button won’t take a photo), so stupid. The launcher would crash often. It is also silly that Ulefone changes Google app icons. Why?? I ended up discovering & using Google’s launcher, so I learnt something there anyway. Things just seemed not right under the hood. I’ll stick to Qualcomm. Reviews say the camera is not bad, but I learnt I can’t downgrade from a premium phone. The camera won’t make you feel happy. I bought the Power as a temporary phone until something I like came out. At the time I didn’t know about the LG V10, if I new it existed I would have no need to have bought the Power. The V10 is great, no looking back. (Sure they are in a different price class, but I found the Power flawed in hardware and software. If you can, the V10 audio & camera are superb – a Vivo killer with no Google Play problems.)

      • Muhammad Yasir
        September 30, 2016

        hmm … i believe this is down to POOR Quality Control.

        which is why i’ll be basing my future purchase on a well-known brand which ATLEAST guarantee a working and physically able bodied device rather than a toothless , problem-infested fluff pillow.

        thanks for the heads up

      • MitsosDaBest
        October 1, 2016

        The MTK6753 is weak, don’t expect a good Snapdragon for that price. Also, it’s not a CPU’s fault, if the company that uses it, makes crap phones…

  3. Simion Florin
    September 29, 2016

    They sold over 1 million pieces. Thats crazy for such a small company.

    • A
      September 29, 2016

      ^ ulefone employee

      • Simion Florin
        September 30, 2016

        No man, i read it elsewhere.

      • MattD
        September 30, 2016

        Dude, learn how to tell between a normal user and real employees… It’s not like everyone saying something almost-positive about a company you don’t like is paid to do so…

  4. Tony Halls
    September 29, 2016

    Not too bad for such an obscure company.

    90% of the world has no idea they exist.

  5. Juno
    September 29, 2016

    Yeah sure, remove one zero at the end and maybe the number will be the correct one!

  6. MattD
    September 29, 2016

    If only they haven’t used recycled glass bottles as lenses for the camera, it would have heen even more attractive… Still a good phone after all, battling on par with oukitel k6000pro… Still hoping in a new model with upgraded hardware though…

    • Guest
      September 29, 2016

      “If only they haven’t used recycled glass bottles as lenses for the camera”

      HAAHHA !

    • MattD
      September 29, 2016

      😁 Why are you laughing?! That’s a serious issue! 😁 they didn’t even bother to clean the bottles before using it… People have been asking for an ota capable of removing the stains of beer and apple juice from their lenses! 😁

    • Omer
      September 30, 2016

      lol 🙂

    • Guest
      September 30, 2016

      hory shet man … thats a cheap fuck blunder

      i hope ulefone learn from such an amateurish mistake !

  7. Guest
    September 29, 2016

    is it THAT good ?!

    • MattD
      September 30, 2016

      Meh, it does what it’s supposed to. It’s a battery phone, and it delivers very nice battery life, in fact it goes beyond my initial expectation giving the fact that it has a fullhd screen and a soc with bad efficiency. The os runs pretty well, it can even handle decently havy games. But camera is a mess, build quality is ok but some unity have issues, so quality control wasn’t that strict. The in-bundle charger is a suicide, it overheats the phone to the point it damages its internal components. Speaking of which, overheating isn’t a big deal, but the glue inside the phone is extremely sensitive to the heat on some unit, so it’s something to watch out for.

      Still, I followed this phone for so long that I’m still thinking to take one 😁

    • Guest
      September 30, 2016

      don’t do it bro 😛

      go for some better brand !

    • Paul R. Rohde
      September 30, 2016

      From my experience with the Power I bought, I wouldn’t buy another Ulefone, or MediaTek phone for that matter in any situation. One or the other may be innocent. Problems: The headphone jack only worked with the supplied headphones (which were crap incidentally). Other headphones or line plugs just fall out or won’t plug in. Audio handling for calls (with headphones was flawed/malfunctioning. The phone would freeze, especially GPS map apps. The dedicated camera button isn’t properly implemented (for example, when viewing photos, the shutter button won’t take a photo), so stupid. The launcher would crash often. It is also silly that Ulefone changes Google app icons. Why?? I ended up discovering & using Google’s launcher, so I learnt something there anyway. Things just seemed not right under the hood. I’ll stick to Qualcomm. Reviews say the camera is not bad, but I learnt I can’t downgrade from a premium phone. The camera won’t make you feel happy. I bought the Power as a temporary phone until something I like came out. At the time I didn’t know about the LG V10, if I new it existed I would have no need to have bought the Power. The V10 is great, no looking back. (Sure they are in a different price class, but I found the Power flawed in hardware and software. If you can, the V10 audio & camera are superb – a Vivo killer with no Google Play problems.)

    • Guest
      September 30, 2016

      hmm … i believe this is down to POOR Quality Control.

      which is why i’ll be basing my future purchase on a well-known brand which ATLEAST guarantee a working and physically able bodied device rather than a toothless , problem-infested fluff pillow.

      thanks for the heads up

    • MitsosDaBest
      October 1, 2016

      The MTK6753 is weak, don’t expect a good Snapdragon for that price. Also, it’s not a CPU’s fault, if the company that uses it, makes crap phones…

    • MattD
      October 1, 2016

      I’d like to, but I don’t see xiaomi or letv going for a 6050+ mah battery phone anytime soon, sadly

  8. Simion Florin
    September 29, 2016

    They sold over 1 million pieces. Thats crazy for such a small company.

    • Guest
      September 29, 2016

      ^ ulefone employee

    • Simion Florin
      September 30, 2016

      No man, i read it elsewhere.

    • MattD
      September 30, 2016

      Dude, learn how to tell between a normal user and real employees… It’s not like everyone saying something almost-positive about a company you don’t like is paid to do so…

  9. Tony Halls
    September 29, 2016

    Not too bad for such an obscure company.

    90% of the world has no idea they exist.

  10. Guest
    September 29, 2016

    Yeah sure, remove one zero at the end and maybe the number will be the correct one!

  11. NextHype
    September 30, 2016

    an Ulephone with MTK6753 for $150 in 2016 when you can buy phones with SD625 or X10 for the same price… But it has a nice battery, that can provide laggy user experience through 2 entire days.
    Nice ad, cheers.

    • MitsosDaBest
      October 1, 2016

      They want to sell the remaining Ulefone Power, that are in Stock. So many ads…

  12. NextHype
    September 30, 2016

    an Ulephone with MTK6753 for $150 in 2016 when you can buy phones with SD625 or X10 for the same price… But it has a nice battery, that can provide laggy user experience through 2 entire days.
    Nice ad, cheers.

    • MitsosDaBest
      October 1, 2016

      They want to sell the remaining Ulefone Power, that are in Stock. So many ads…

  13. Alfred
    October 1, 2016

    On a forum, I read that several users have problem with this battery, is so big, but isn’t optimized good, you can use it in average mode only for 1 and half days.

  14. Alfred
    October 1, 2016

    On a forum, I read that several users have problem with this battery, is so big, but isn’t optimized good, you can use it in average mode only for 1 and half days.

  15. Matthew Glading
    October 3, 2016

    I bought 4 ulefones 2 screens cracked so easily, they are not gorilla glass! 1 had touchscreen issues from day 1 – From Gearbest who have worst return policy. Never again!

  16. Matthew Glading
    October 3, 2016

    I bought 4 ulefones 2 screens cracked so easily, they are not gorilla glass! 1 had touchscreen issues from day 1 – From Gearbest who have worst return policy. Never again!