Watch: 13.000 mAh Ulefone Power 5 official unboxing video

Global presales for the 13.000mAh big battery Ulefone Power 5 just kicked off and from April 24th to May 1st you can get it for mere $269.99. To add fuel to the presale promotion, Ulefone has released today an unboxing video of the Power 5 through their official Youtube channel, so you can find out what’s exactly in the box.

As we can see in the video, the Ulefone Power 5 comes packed in a sleek looking black box which protects the display and phone body from scratches during shipping. In the box we can find all necessary accessories and tools like a 5V/5A fast charger,USB cable, a warranty card, an user manual, and a SIM removal pin. In addition, the package also contains an USB type C to 3.5mm headphone connector, an OTG cable, and a Micro USB to Type-C connector. According to Ulefone, they will add an leather protective case in the retail package too.

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But back to the phoneitself , the Power 5 comes with the massive 13.000 mAh battery good for at least week of heavy usage, 5V/5A super fast charging, 10W wireless charging, MT6763 octa-core chipset paired with 6GB of RAM and 64GB of internal storage, 6.0-inch 18:9 all screen display with FHD+ resolution, Sony 21MP+5MP dual rear camera, 13MP+5MP dual front selfie camera, advanced face unlock tech, side mounted fingerprint sensor, handy physical shortcut key on the side and newest Android 8.1 Oreo as the OS. You can learn more about the phone on the official website.

Presale price for the Ulefone Power 5 is set at $339.99, but during the presale period the phone is available just for the aforementioned $269.99. But after the presale ends, the price will of course jump up to the retail level. Check the presale offer directly while it lasts.

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1 Comment

  1. Brian Formato
    April 25, 2018

    Seems really impressive. I had the Ulefone Power 1. The original and it was excellent other than the lack of band support for USA carriers. Have they added support for use on 4g LTE in USA on this one?