Ulefone Power 2 is well known for its massive 6050 mAh battery so it gives the chinese company the perfect opportunity to promote it in form of some comparison videos against weaker unlucky competition models. And well the Xiaomi Mi6 with its 3350 mAh battery is indeed a sparring partner of such sort.
In the latest official battery test shown in the video below, Ulefone staff involved both Ulefone Power 2 and Xiaomi M6 for 1-hour online video playback, 1-hour online music, 30-minute Wechat video call, 30-minute FHD video recording, and 1-hour gaming. After the 4-hour test, Ulefone Power 2 drained from 100% to 44%, while Xiaomi M6 dropped from 100% to 15%. So yes, they have established bigger battery indeed wins.
Ulefone Power 2 packs for example MTK6750T octa-core 1.5GHz chipset, 4GB RAM, 64GB storage, 5.5-inch FHD display, front fingerprint scanner, and gyro sensor. Now you can get it for $165.99 on Aliexpress with $40 accessories as bonus gifts.