Since we’ll only be able to ship Ulefone Power from January 16, reviews may not be available among media before the end of the month. So we have made a battery draining test ourselves for the super power device on Youtube for your reference.
We have offered both the speeded-up and normal-speed versions of video (long video is here). The tests were not shot without stop, because our camera needs to rest after every 30 minutes or so. However, every single step in the test was constant. To prove that, we have placed another Ulefone Power during the whole video with stopwatch turned on. OK, if the measurement convince you that the tests are fair, then we can go straight to the points. Otherwise, reviews from third parties and earliest users will come out in February and we believe they’ll also show you how excellent the Ulefone Power will perform.
In the dranage test, 30-minute playback of a 720P online video consumed 5% of the battery, 30-minute playing of Asphalt 8 cost another 5%, and with the double-LED torch and display on for 30 minutes, the battery only drained to 86%. Draining from 30%, the battery gave similar performance. And the final 6% of power was even able to support 33 munites of online video playing. So you can expect Ulefone Power to last you at least a day even if you use it wastefully, and heavy use for 2 days and light use for 4 days are not only advertisement.
But why Ulefone Power can be so energetic? Besides the high-capacity battery itself, we also have equipped it with a devoted controller chipset to ensure stable power input and output — which is located on the tiny circuit board connected to the battery. With it, Ulefone Power will be free from fast draining problem often caused by incorrect indication in software.
It is right for you to “overuse” Ulefone Power!!!