With an increasing number of people around the world using WhatsApp both for texting and video calling, Ulefone just came out with the idea of testing how much video calling will affect the battery phone Ulefone Power 2. Let’s have a look at the video!
In the video we see how Ulefone tested two devices at the same time, one starting at 83% battery and the other one at 49%. After about 30 minutes of video calling phones had dropped to 77% and 43% respectively, that means 6% battery consumption on both phones. In theory given the small percentage it used you could be making video calls for about 8 hours, quite impressive if you ask me.
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Other than a massive 6000mAh battery, the Ulefone Power 2 comes with a 5.5-inch display and is powered by a MediaTek 6750T CPU clocked at 1.5GHz, 4GB of RAM and 64GB of storage. It also packs 16MP and 13MP cameras, front facing fingerprint scanner and a gyro sensor. The Ulefone Power 2 is currently available for $169.99 on AliExpress with a bag of accessories worth $40.