The Ulefone Power 2 has brought to the table a faster MTK6750T octa-core CPU making it a slightly more power hungry device compared to its predecessor. Still, Ulefone promises the Power 2 with its 6050mAh battery will still deliver 4 days of usage on a single charge. Well, let’s have a look at their video, shall we?
While they aren’t showing the promised 4 days of autonomy — which would be quite hard to do, technically — they instead put the phone to record Full HD videos for about 30 minutes. When the video ended, the phone had about 7% less battery power. They then played the video they just recorded for the same 30 minutes length (duh) and the Power 2 had dropped 3%.
Ulefone say these results are better than those achieved on the original Ulefone Power, that’s because the Power 2 has equipped the latest Sony’s batteries with improved electric cell technology which have a longer life cycle and are more stable.
The Ulefone Power 2 comes with 4GB of RAM and 64GB of internal storage, a 5.5-inch Full HD display, 16MP/13MP rear and front-facing cameras, fingerprint scanner on the front and a gyro sensor. The phone is available on presale for $179.99 with a $40 gift bag worth of accessories that include a phone stand, tempered glass screen protector and a leather case.
Learn more about the phone over at Ulefone’s official website.