The most modern smartphones have grown on all points of view. In recent years, power has increased, displays have become larger and more defined, operating systems have become smarter and simpler to use, all with an energy expenditure that has inevitably increased despite the higher energy efficiency of the technologies implemented. However, it is the operational autonomy that is of interest to an increasing number of people.
For this reason Ulefone has decided to dedicate a whole family of products to this specific characteristic. We are talking about the Ulefone Power, whose latest model – Power 3 – has a 6,080 mAh battery. According to the manufacturer, the product has been well received by the public, with the company intending to release a much more extreme version, Ulefone Power 3 Max, with a battery of 13,000 mAh.
At its exit the smartphone could easily be the model with the largest battery in the world, for an operational autonomy that should guarantee even 4 days of normal use of the terminal without too many worries. The terminal’s technical specifications are still unknown, but they may not be too different from those of the standard Ulefone Power 3. The latter supports 5V/3A fast charging and integrates a MediaTek Helio P23 processor.
On the battery front we have 6 GB of RAM and 64 GB of storage, a 6 inch full screen display with aspect-ratio 18:9, a facial recognition system, two cameras at the front and rear. Smartphone owners can also install Android 8.1 Oreo, with purchase that can be perfected at about $229.99 on GearBest. For the Max model, however, the availability dates and possible prices are not yet known.