The Ulefone Power 2 with its massive 6050mAh battery should be one of the best phones to bring around when you’re on a long trip, in that occurrence you might also need to use it as a navigator. That’s why Ulefone just released a GPS test video for us to check how it works on their latest device.
In the video above we see the Ulefone Power 2 performing a GPS test through the notorious app and achieving quite good results with 15 satellites connected and four of them having a signal strength of over 40. The phone also supports GLONASS for users from Russia.
As far as the navigation goes, google maps appears to be working fine, although it’s hard to tell with all the video cuts. But given the fact that Ulefone has used the same plastic antenna bands in a metal body design in earlier devices, they probably know how to make a phone with good signal reception.
Other specs of the Ulefone Power 2 include a 1.5Ghz octa-core processor, 4GB of RAM and 64GB ROM, 5.5-inch FUll HD display, 16MP rear camera and 13MP front-facing one, fingerprint scanner and gyro sensor. The phone is currently on presale at $179.99 with a $40 gift bag including phone stand, tempered glass and leather case. You can get it here.