The Chinese firm Ulefone knows what people demand. In recent years he has always chosen to distance himself from the market and create phones that people need.
The powerful phone Ulefone Power 3 that tested by us some time ago, has proved that the firm is ready to approach the top of the range but its latest release may be much more interesting because of its great battery. Most users demand a better autonomy and the new Ulefone Power 3S can give you several days for very little money, can be found for a price of around 157 euros.
How long does the Ulefone Power 3S battery last?
A phone’s battery days are usually not measured in days, but in hours on screen. Most people usually use the mobile screen (if they are demanding users) for about 2 hours and a half and in most mobile phones we do not usually have a battery life of more than 3 hours and a half screen which gives us autonomy not enough for 2 days.
In the case of the Ulefone Power 3S and its great 6350 mAh battery, things have changed a lot. If you watch the following video you will be able to see the test to which it is submitted. With 20% battery power the phone is able to perform all of the following actions (all together, not all separately).
- 30 minutes of video playback.
- 30 minutes of online music.
- 30 minute video call via WeChat.
- 30 minutes of video recording.
- 30 minutes of playtime.
With only 20% battery power, the terminal is capable of offering 2.5 hours of display time for demanding tasks. Moreover, to top it all off, thanks to its fast 5V/3A charging, it can be charged in just 120 minutes, a very good speed considering the battery amperage.
It is therefore that the terminal can offer about 12 and a half hours of screen with the entire battery full and that translates into 3 or 4 days of autonomy with intensive/normal use.
What specifications does the Ulefone Power 3S mount?
Despite its very low price, this phone mounts a very good hardware.
- 6-inch screen with Full HD+ resolution and 18:9 aspect ratio.
- Octa-core MediaTek Helio P23 processor.
- 4 GB of RAM memory.
- 64GB of storage.
- 16 MP + 5 MP double rear camera and 13 MP + 5 MP double front camera.
And yes, to all this we must add facial recognition technology, a fingerprint sensor in the back and the ability to run Android 8.1 Oreo from March, the latest version of Android. It also has everything you’ll need: 4G, WiFi, Bluetooth, GPS, etc. The terminal didn’t run out of anything.