Ulefone is one of the Chinese phone makers with good lineup of big battery Android devices, the latest in that lineup was the Ulefone Power 2 that crammed an impressive 6,050 mAh battery with good fingerprint scanner.
Not only for their big battery smartphones, the company also delivers in terms of affordability. They offer decent specs and features on smartphones with very moderate price tags to contest some high-end Android phones.
The OEM is currently working on two new smartphones; Ulefone Power 3 and Ulefone Power Max. The Ulefone Power 3 will come as a successor to the Power 2 device although carrying the same 6,050 mAh battery as its predecessor. The upcoming Power 3 is expected to feature an up-to-date Android operating system with possibly the same good look.
Ulefone is looking to push boundaries with their Ulefone Power Max which is reported to host a mammoth 13,000 mAh battery on the inside. This will certainly blow the likes of Oukitel K10000 -with massive 10,000 mAh battery- out of the water if it is accomplished by the company.
Ulefone Power 2 was able to provide it users with up to 2 days of normal usage, the K10000 from Oukitel was also impressive with up to 5 days in normal usage, then think of what the Ulefone Power Max will offer in terms of normal usage time with 13,000 mAh of battery juice packed inside.
Moving away from the battery department, another interesting feature in the upcoming Ulefone Power Max will be the dual camera at the back. It won’t be the first in Ulefone’s series, devices like Ulefone F1, Ulefone F2 and Ulefone Gemini already featured dual back cameras.
From the Power Max’s teaser picture, dual rear camera setup could be seen on the device with a little protruding hump, also at the back is a dual LED flash and fingerprint scanner for security purposes.
Double speaker grills were also seen at the bottom bezels, flanking the micro USB port that has been centrally positioned. It will be really impressive if the company can incorporate a 13,000 mAh battery into a smartphone with such thickness.
Ulefone Power Max will definitely be the first smartphone to enter the market with 13,000 mAh battery which literally more than the size of many power banks in the market. The device will probably support reverse connector which means it can be used to supply power to other devices.
Both the Ulefone Power 3 and Ulefone Power Max will be launched before the end of the year, we will keep you updated as soon as we get more information regarding the official launch date and more specs of the phones.