Ulefone has released a new promo video showing that they plan to achieve a new level of design with the Ulefone Power 2.
Of all the Ulefone handsets that I’ve used over the years, the Ulefone Power is still up there among the best of them. The Power was designed primarily to be a battery monster, but Ulefone managed to add a splash of style to the phone by giving it a faux wooden rear panel.
It has been almost a year since the original Ulefone Power launched, and at MWC the Chinese phone maker showed off a prototype of the 2nd generation model.
The Ulefone Power 2 is another big battery design boasting a 6050mAh battery, but this time a little more attention to design and finish has been put in. In a promotional video, posted on Ulefone’s official YouTube channel, the Power 2 is shown with an all new metal body, rounded edges and a 2.5D 5.5-inch display.
Other changes to the Ulefone Power 2 include Corning Gorilla Glass, and the decision to move the fingerprint scanner from the rear of the handset to the front. Two colour options will be released at launch, those being a gold model and a grey version. If Ulefone finds the Power 2 to be a good seller, it seems likely that they would release alternate colour options at a later date.