Ulefone Power 2 Unboxing, Hands On, First Impressions!


The original Ulefone Power was a massive success for Ulefone, and the updated version looks no less promising. Boasting the same 6050mAh battery in a completely new metal body, the Ulefone Power 2 looks to capitalize on its previous successes with an improved phone. I just received this phone a few days ago and here is the official GizChina unboxing.

Ulefone Power 2 Specifications

Processor Mediatek MTK6750 Octacore Processor
Display 5.5″ 1920×1080 px, LCD Gorilla Glass 3
RAM 4GB
Storage 64GB eMMC
Operating System Android 7.0
Cameras 13MP, 8MP front
Battery 6050mAh
Physical Dimensions 220g, 15.50 x 7.76 x 0.99 cm

Big thanks to Gearbest for providing this review unit.

Ulefone Power 2 Unboxing

The box is quite well designed and nicely made. In fact, I realized that I prefer well designed cardboard boxes to metal boxes like the ones UMi used for their UMi Z/Z Pros as those metal boxes were pretty flimsy. Presentation here is very good, opening up the box we see the phone, a charger, a cable. It also comes with a case, a tempered glass screen protector, and a stand as well.

Ulefone Power 2 Hands On

This phone is hefty. It’s really heavy, but I don’t fault the phone because it is completely metal and has a gargantuan battery. One more thing to note is that because it is a full metal phone, you no longer get the option for removable backs like the original Ulefone Power.

The phone is also quite big and thick, which could be a con for certain people (like me). That being said, its very well made and quite elegant. However it does look a little generic though.

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Ulefone Power 2 First Impressions

What are my thoughts? Hmm, mixed to say the least. I have no doubt battery life will be strong, but the question is how strong? The Redmi Note 4X has incredible battery life from just a 4100mAh battery, and I believe the Ulefone Power 2 will be quite challenged to match or even beat the Redmi Note 4X. A full review will be coming soon.

In the meantime, you can check the Ulefone Power 2 out here.

Ulefone Power 2 Gallery

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44 Comments

  1. Assefa Hanson
    April 13, 2017

    The note 4x won’t be beat the 625 is that good not even a battery of roughly 50% more will close the gap, what a godly soc truely remarkable one of the best phones socs mtk keeps talking about efficiency they can learn from the 625

    • April 13, 2017

      And unsurprisingly, you are correct 🙂

    • PSGF1
      April 13, 2017

      SD625 has a better process, 16 nanometer, so it will be very power, but the price is also high .

  2. Assefa Hanson
    April 13, 2017

    The note 4x won’t be beat the 625 is that good not even a battery of roughly 50% more will close the gap, what a godly soc truely remarkable one of the best phones socs mtk keeps talking about efficiency they can learn from the 625

    It’s a damn shame since mtk phone usually run monster batteries but don’t have an efficiency partner like the 625 barring the zenfone3 zoom .. all that screen on time for games 🙂

    • Zi Jin Cheng
      April 14, 2017

      And unsurprisingly, you are correct 🙂

    • PSGF1
      April 14, 2017

      SD625 has a better process, 16 nanometer, so it will be very power, but the price is also high .

  3. Fabio
    April 13, 2017

    If i didn’t have Ulefone Power 1, i will definitely buy the Power 2. Since i have it, i will wait for the Power 3 next year. I can’t say i trust the Ulefone brand, but i trust the Power model, which is real good.

    • Matthew Glading
      April 14, 2017

      I had 3 Ulefone power phones all died or broke very easily so I can’t trust them again. Number 2 looks nice but why would you want on screen buttons and a budget mtk processor. Much better phones out there with just as good battery life.

      • April 17, 2017

        Like the Redmi Note 4X

        • Matthew Glading
          April 18, 2017

          That’s what I have got now ? I thought mui would not be nice compared to stock Android but I am converted now. Phone seems to be very well made too.

  4. PSGF1
    April 13, 2017

    I like the design of the ulefone Power 2 because it is no longer “like” one of the other phones, it is worth sure that the box is my favorite style and it looks very sturdy and sturdy. Prefabricated fingerprints show a good choice. I hope you can test it for GPS because ulefone says it has excellent GPS performance and I hope you can verify it. GPS is important to me.

    • April 17, 2017

      Check out the full review for a short GPS report

  5. martin95
    April 13, 2017

    Ulefone power 2 looks like a big guy, huge battery, 4GBRAM and 64GB ROM is a great combination. In Poland it will be very popular.

  6. Guns 'n' Vegetables
    April 13, 2017

    If big battery and thin body can’t be available at the same time, i choose the big battery, because energy shortage is like a pain in the ass.

    • April 17, 2017

      Which is what everyone in the world says but manufacturers don’t seem to think so

  7. Tarantino
    April 13, 2017

    Looking forward to the full review. So far, it has all what i need, not bad chipset, 4GB RAM, 64GB storage, big battery, and Android 7.0.

    • April 17, 2017

      Its definitely got a big battery alright

  8. Fabio
    April 14, 2017

    If i didn’t have Ulefone Power 1, i will definitely buy the Power 2. Since i have it, i will wait for the Power 3 next year. I can’t say i trust the Ulefone brand, but i trust the Power model, which is real good.

    • Matthew Glading
      April 14, 2017

      I had 3 Ulefone power phones all died or broke very easily so I can’t trust them again. Number 2 looks nice but why would you want on screen buttons and a budget mtk processor. Much better phones out there with just as good battery life.

    • Zi Jin Cheng
      April 17, 2017

      Like the Redmi Note 4X

    • Matthew Glading
      April 18, 2017

      That’s what I have got now 😀 I thought mui would not be nice compared to stock Android but I am converted now. Phone seems to be very well made too.

    • Zi Jin Cheng
      April 19, 2017

      Yup.

  9. PSGF1
    April 14, 2017

    I like the design of the ulefone Power 2 because it is no longer “like” one of the other phones, it is worth sure that the box is my favorite style and it looks very sturdy and sturdy. Prefabricated fingerprints show a good choice. I hope you can test it for GPS because ulefone says it has excellent GPS performance and I hope you can verify it. GPS is important to me.

    • Zi Jin Cheng
      April 17, 2017

      Check out the full review for a short GPS report

  10. martin95
    April 14, 2017

    Ulefone power 2 looks like a big guy, huge battery, 4GBRAM and 64GB ROM is a great combination. In Poland it will be very popular.

    • Zi Jin Cheng
      April 17, 2017

      I agree

  11. Guns 'n' Vegetables
    April 14, 2017

    If big battery and thin body can’t be available at the same time, i choose the big battery, because energy shortage is like a pain in the ass.

    • Zi Jin Cheng
      April 17, 2017

      Which is what everyone in the world says but manufacturers don’t seem to think so

  12. Tarantino
    April 14, 2017

    Looking forward to the full review. So far, it has all what i need, not bad chipset, 4GB RAM, 64GB storage, big battery, and Android 7.0.

    • Zi Jin Cheng
      April 17, 2017

      Its definitely got a big battery alright

  13. Masseroni
    April 14, 2017

    I dont like power 2, I think blackview p2 is nice, also p2 lite is cheaper.

    • April 17, 2017

      The P2 and P2 lite are the same size though.

  14. Guest
    April 14, 2017

    I dont like power 2, I think blackview p2 is nice, also p2 lite is cheaper.

    • Zi Jin Cheng
      April 17, 2017

      The P2 and P2 lite are the same size though.

  15. April 14, 2017

    Until someone proves otherwise, the phone with the best runtime to weight ratio is the Lenovo P2, which packs a 5100 mAh battery into a body that weighs only 177 g. The 5.5-inch Super AMOLED display is just icing on the cake.

  16. 10basetom
    April 14, 2017

    Until someone proves otherwise, the phone with the best runtime to weight ratio is the Lenovo P2, which packs a 5100 mAh battery into a body that weighs only 177 g. When combined with the super efficient SD625, the P2 is the current battery champ that I would actually put in my pocket and not have it feel like a giant power bank. Here’s a recent article comparing battery runtimes (I wonder where the 6000 mAh MTK-based phones would land):

    http://www.expertreviews.co.uk/mobile-phones/1402071/best-phone-battery-life-2017-the-best-smartphones-tested

    The 5.5-inch Super AMOLED display is just icing on the cake, and no doublt also helps in the battery department.

    • Zi Jin Cheng
      April 17, 2017

      You have no idea how hard I’ve been gunning after that phone, but literally no retailer has it available unless inside India

    • 10basetom
      April 17, 2017

      I’ve seen reports of people being able to buy it in Europe as well, e.g. https://www.amazon.it/Lenovo-Smartphone-Fotocamera-Processore-espandibile/dp/B01MFBOXXT/, but yeah, this thing is almost as hard to get as the NES Classic ;).

    • Zi Jin Cheng
      April 17, 2017

      LOL nah probably not, the NES classic is being scalped. At least the P2 is just region restricted