With the faster 1.5GHz octa-core CPU MTK6750T, the Ulefone Power 2 demands more power than its predecessor, but Ulefone still claims that the latest 6050mAh Sony li-polymer battery will support 4 days of normal use with a single charge due to a better output control.
The latest Ulefone official video shows this in a drainage test, the Power 2 consumed only 7% of energy during a 30-minute FHD video recording which is the most energy-demanding functionality. Then they played the video with 3% of battery life off which is even a better performance than on the first generation of the Power. Ulefone says that in the battery of Ulefone Power 2 they have adopted Sony’s latest electric cell which will has a longer life cycle.
The Ulefone Power 2 features 4GB RAM, 64GB storage, 5.5-inch FHD Display, 16/13MP cameras, front fingerprint scanner and gyro sensor. The smartphone is now available for €164,30 with gifts worth over €37 including a phone stand, tempered glass and a leather case.