Ulefone Power 3 coming soon with quad cameras and Face ID


Ulefone Power 3

Seems like we have the third generation of “Power” coming, at least according to the official sources the release of the new Ulefone Power 3 is getting really close. And because the company is dosing us carefully with small bits of the specs here and there, we are slowly assembling the big picture.

It’s already confirmed that Power 3 will be featuring 4-camera setup with 13MP+5MP selfie combo with softlight flash and bokeh effect capability or the rear duo 16MP+5MP sensors with dual flash. Ulefone is promising a very good performance in the low-light conditions so let’s hope for the best.

Ulefone Power 3 will be also equipped with some sort of Face ID tech to fall in line with the current trend and demand. But from what we know about it just don’t expect miracles, because you will be once again forced to light up the display first making it kind of slower than simply using the good old fingerprint scanner.

It will also pack a massive 6,080mAh battery while the display with an 18:9 aspect ratio is also confirmed to make an appearance. Android 8.1 Oreo will come out of the box as the OS so everything is pretty up to date The phone should hit the market in mid-December and you can check out Ulefone’s official website for more info.

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10 Comments

  1. Sogo Jide
    December 1, 2017

    Mtk processor and lack of LTE support in USA won’t make a deal

    • Rafqi Chairael Nandi
      December 3, 2017

      Nope, take a look ulefone t1

  2. Emmanuel Moyana
    December 2, 2017

    FaceID is the wrong direction. OEMs should have continued to develop fingerprint recognition which i believe is more secure and more convenient than faceid. Just my opinion

    • Shad8x .
      December 2, 2017

      True, fingerprint recognition is already on perfectly good level, i guess as long as you can choose between which one of these you want to use im fine with that. Its just because of the trend that Apple made and chinese brands love to copy and compare to Apple which is kinda silly.

  3. Sogo Jide
    December 2, 2017

    Mtk processor and lack of LTE support in USA won’t make a deal

    • Rafqi Chairael Nandi
      December 3, 2017

      Nope, take a look ulefone t1

  4. Emmanuel Moyana
    December 2, 2017

    FaceID is the wrong direction. OEMs should have continued to develop fingerprint recognition which i believe is more secure and more convenient than faceid. Just my opinion

    • Shad8x .
      December 2, 2017

      True, fingerprint recognition is already on perfectly good level, i guess as long as you can choose between which one of these you want to use im fine with that. Its just because of the trend that Apple made and chinese brands love to copy and compare to Apple which is kinda silly.

  5. Parth
    December 2, 2017

    Will this phone have TDD LTE Band 40 for Indian use like T1? Then we can buy one.

  6. Guest
    December 2, 2017

    Will this phone have TDD LTE Band 40 for Indian use like T1? Then we can buy one.