Ulefone Power Armor 13 shows its wireless charging skills

Power Armor 13

As we all know that new rugged Ulefone Power Armor 13 packs a massive 13.200 mAh battery capacity inside. The charging method and charging speed of course can’t lag behind when facing such an amazing battery capacity. So the phone supports 33W fast charging, 15W wireless charging and even 5W reverse charging. A while back, the makers posted a video showcasing the 15W wireless charging and reverse charging of Power Armor 13. So let’s have a look.

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For the wireless charging, you just need to place the Power Armor 13 on a Qi enabled wireless charging pad supporting PD & QC protocol. Such as Ulefone UF005 for example. The screen of phone will light up and start charging with a very fast speed. For reverse charging, you need to enable wireless reverse charging (listed on Intelligent assistance) first. And then you can put other electronic devices like phones, earbuds and others on the back cover of the device Where they can draw power from Power Armor 13 quickly. But keep in mind, that not all devices can be wirelessly reverse charged this way. Only some tested models are supported and you can check them all  listed on the Ulefone Official Website.

So much for Ulefone Power Armor 13’s 15W wireless charging & reverse charging. If you would be interested in it or have more questions about the phone, you can always head to Ulefone Official Website for more details. After all it’s such an interesting rugged device with solid specs and solid price. Such phone don’t grow on trees.

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1 Comment

  1. Ryan Simmons
    April 3, 2022

    I love the phone but it does not support charge current monitoring. I find that strange as I have owned 3 other models by Ulefone and those had the feature. It really helps to know how long it will charge or discharge.