Mammoth battery device, Ulefone Power 2, packs a gyro sensor which is generally known to support VR games with a VR hamlet. But Ulefone has also figured out another cool way for you to play.
A latest video shows that Ulefone may release a bluetooth gun which can work with the AR Gun app on the Ulefone Power 2 for some shooting games. When the app works, the camera of phone will be involved so that the objects will fly on the real-life background for you to shoot. Gaming with the camera on will be very energy consuming, but fortunately the Ulefone Power 2 has a 6050mAh huge battery. From the video, we can also see that the gyro scope has been optimized to its best state.