As you may know, Ulefone Power is not only a big-battery phone itself, but also a mobile power bank for other devices. But is the function reponsive enough? We have made a test (normal-speed video) to show you.
Yesterday, we managed to charge iPhone 6 from 2% to 47% by Ulefone Power in 105 minutes through an OTG cable. During the process, Ulefone Power drained from 100% to 80%, which means 1210mAh of energy was cost from the Power, given that the Sony li-polymer battery packed in our device has a capacity of 6050mAh. Since the iPhone 6 battery is 1810mAh, we can get a conversion rate of 67%. We think this is an acceptable figure, because after all, Ulefone Power is not a devoted power bank and both devices were turned on during the OTG charging. The output of Ulefone Power OTG is 5v/0.5A.
We know smartphone is the major consumer of energy outdoor and you may not take Ulefone Power as your regular power bank. But in some occasions, your friend will feel lucky that you have such a phone. Be generous then and keep in mind that your phone will be charged faster than others’ thanks to the Pump Express Plus 9V/2~3A quick charger.
Well, Ulefone Power is a good phone first of all. It is equpped with MTK6753 octa-core 64-bit chipset, AUO 1080p LTPS display, Corning Gorilla 3 2.5D glass, 3GB RAM, Sony IMX214 13MP camera and the soon-to-come Android 6.0. So far the presales have not finished yet and you can still get it for USD179.99.