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Ulefone Power 2 Launched With 4GB/64GB and 6050mAh battery

by Dimitris Economou 21

Ulefone Power was expected to launch any time now and today the company published the full specs list of it on their official website. With a 6050mAh huge battery, the original Ulefone Power has been the company’s best seller, but will consumers’ needs for even better battery performance, the company went one step forward.

Ulefone Power 2

Ulefone Power 2 features the same battery capacity of 6050mAh but thanks to a better output control chipset, the latest Sony Li-polymer battery will still last a user for 4 days, given the stronger – thus more energy consuming – chipset. And with the fast charging support, the battery charges in about 2 hours.

Upgrade is also seen in the major specs on Ulefone Power 2. The MTK6750T octa-core SoC has CAT6 baseband which supports 50/300Mbps 4G speed. Plenty of RAM is available as well (4GB) as well as 64GB of internal storage. Also, the display carries a 5.5″ FHD panel. As for the cameras, the Power 2 is equipped with 16MP and 13MP cameras (interpolated) on rear and front sides, respectively. Besides, users of Power 2 will be able to use the front-facing fingerprint scanner and gyro sensor.

Ulefone Power 2

Design-wise, Ulefone chose to go with a metal body with premium matte finish and curved chamfers for better grip. Three colors will be available (black, golden, and grey).  The presale will begin on March 29 and you will be able to opt for a voucher to get $40 worth gift package that will come with the device. For more information, you can visit the official product page here. Below you can see the official Power 2 video from Ulefone.

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  • Mr.Flying Zoom3rz

    Seems the battle for the biggest battery will be again between Ulefone and Oukitel just like last year. Honestly I’d go with Oukitel over Ulefone any day. You called the Ulefone Power their bestseller, but do you know how many problems this phone has? Inexistent quality control, dead phones after 1 month of use, hardware issues, overheating… After owning the K6000 Pro for over 8 months as for now I’m very happy with it, not a single issue. I still have it as my backup (secondary) phone. There are also much more custom roms and developer support for the phones, Oukitel even declared it will bring Nougat update! This is not an advertising or some shit talk, this is the real life experience of owner of the phone.

    • Assefa Hanson

      Oukitel has good quality control id even go as far as saying they are up there or even past some big brands, as for big battery war we have vernee and their upcoming thors

      • Shoaib Malik

        bro i would like to know that ulefone is better or oukitel?

        • Assefa Hanson

          Personally i would say oukitel is better but things can change at any time

        • icejuicy

          I think Oukitel is better, the price is fair and quality is not bad.

          • Nilzie

            Looked in your post history. You are an oukitel shill. How stupid do you think we are? These shit scam brands should hire customer service staff instead of internet spammers

        • Nilzie

          They’re the same – low tier junk brands. No gorilla Glass, a lot of software bugs and potato camera. Stay away from these garage brands and stick to real brands like xiaomi, meizu, zuk, leeco, huawei, ZTE etc etc

          • Mr.Flying Zoom3rz

            You forgot Lenovo! Well actually zuk is made by Lenovo. Using P2 right now and it’s gorgeous.

      • PSGF1

        Oukitel is the worst I have ever purchased the phone, the screen is very easy to bad, poor camera quality, and they do a lot of beautiful pictures, cover the kind of ugly.

        • Assefa Hanson

          If oukitel is you worse you must hace little experience with other brands but if its the worst to you its just the worst to you

          • Mr.Flying Zoom3rz

            Exactly. I’m always pointing out that Oukitel are currently the best trusty small Chinese OEM, again SMALL. It can’t compete with brands like Lenovo, Xiaomi, Huawei etc, but they’re much better compared to brands like Umi, Elephone, Ulefone.

          • Assefa Hanson

            I also agree that they are currently the best of the smaller guys, id watch vernee too they are coming with some momentum

          • Mr.Flying Zoom3rz

            Yes, Vernee are worth watching too.

    • James Carroll

      Have been using Ulefone Be Pro for 18 months. Bar the infamous power button problem – which I had fixed by local handyman – it has worked brilliantly and is still going strong. Ulefone customer support (requests for info. were not answered.) is, sadly, non existent and that plus power button issue make me doubt about buying from them again. It’s a pity, the phone was – even including the €25 repair cost – a great deal.

    • PSGF1

      In the forum you can see a lot of people K6000 PRO screen problems in 1 month, the battery will soon no electricity, and can not charge a lot of quality problems, ulefone Power relatively better, especially the screen and battery.

      • Mr.Flying Zoom3rz

        May be, I’m mainly following the 4pda forum and I don’t see many people with hardware issues there. Again, this is my experience with the phone.

    • Nilzie

      Redmi note 4 sd625 Will have better battery life than any ulefone or oukitel trash phone despite having smaller battery. Why? Their software doesn’t suck

      • Mr.Flying Zoom3rz

        Of course. Lenovo P2 is even better. 😉

    • Assefa Hanson

      How s7yler made a full review on the ulefone power 2 now all we need is one for the k6000 plus

      • Mr.Flying Zoom3rz

        Well I’ll guess he likes the phone or he’s even recommending it? The first Power was also nice on first look and on paper, but the real life experience was another story. I hope he will compare K6000 Plus and Power 2.

  • icejuicy

    I am waiting for OUKITEL K6000 Plus, it has 6080mAh battery and 12V/2A flash charger, will fully charge in 1 hour and 30 minutes.。

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