With higher clock speed in the CPU of Ulefone Power 2, you may wonder if the new phone will last as long as the first generation of Power, which has the same battery capacity of 6050mAh. Well, our latest battery drainage test suggests that the Power 2 performed even better in duration.
In the test, Ulefone Power 2 consumed only 7% of energy during a 30-minute FHD video recording, the most energy-demanding function. Then we played the half an hour long video with 3% of battery life off. That means, you can record FHD video for over 7 hours or play FHD video for 16 hours on Ulefone Power With a single charge. Such a performance is definitely better than that on the first generation of Power. And we should say thanks to the latest electric cell from Sony, which will have longer life cycle for stabler chemical nature.
Besides the big battery, Ulefone Power 2 also has 1.5GHz octa-core chipset, 4GB RAM, 64GB storage, 5.5-inch FHD Display, 16MP/13MP cameras, front fingerprint scanner, gyro sensor, and Android 7.0. Now you can buy it for USD179.99 with USD40 gifts including phone stand, tempered glass, and leather case.