Ulefone Power 2 Battery Test Exposed With Promising Results

Ulefone has officially released a new video for the upcoming Ulefone Power 2, which showcases the real power of the battery. The highlight of Ulefone Power 2 is the integration of a 6050mAh battery, which is capable of delivering four days of backup time on a single charge.

The video starts by placing the Ulefone Power 2 on a Tripod along with a stopwatch and two persons on the opposite sides. We can see them talking with each other when the Ulefone Power 2 records content in the background.

During the middle of the video, you can see a message stating that the handset consumed only 7 percent power during 30 minutes FHD video recording.

When it comes to the playback segment, the video fast forward with the handset and stopwatch. They continue to playback the content while both persons interact with each other. You will be able to view a message that only 3 percent power is consumed upon 30 minutes of FHD video playback. Towards the end of the video, you can see the user making some changes to the setting.

The video released by the company shows the real power behind the massive battery included with Ulefone Power 2. Under the hood, the Ulefone Power 2 is equipped with an enhanced MTK6750T processor, which consumes more power than the previous counterpart.

According to Ulefone, the results obtained from the battery test of Power 2 handset is very promising. In fact, the parameters are improved than the previous edition of the phone. The main reason for the positive outcome of the Ulefone Power 2 is due to the addition of Sony battery with enhanced electric cell technology.

On the specifications front, the Ulefone Power 2 is equipped with a 5.5-inch FHD display, 4GB RAM, 64GB expandable internal storage, 16MPrear camera, 13MP front-facing shooter alongside a fingerprint scanner on the front side.

You can pre-order the phone for $179.99. As part of the launch offer, the company is providing a gift bag worth $40, which will contain tempered glass screen protector, phone stand and a leather case.

Anand Narayanaswamy is a freelance technology writer based in Trivandrum. He had contributed several articles and reviews for various software based portals.

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