Meet Ulefone Power 3 MAX, a Smartphone with Beastly 13,000 mAh Battery
If you’re like me, battery life is uber-important. It’s a crucial requirement for me when making a smartphone purchase that the device be able to carry through a day’s load of work and play. Ulefone’s newest flagship in-the-works, the Power 3 MAX, sure will last me a day, and then some more. Here’s the lowdown.
The Power 3 MAX is all about battery life: in fact, it’s the world’s first smartphone that sports a whopping, monstrous 13,000 mAh battery. And not only that, the phone also comes with a 5V/3A fast charge support. If that’s all a bit much for you, you’d be delighted to know that the MAX’s little sibling, the Power 3, is already out, and is beefed with a 6,080 mAh battery.
But what’s fascinating here is the price. It’s a sub-$300 phone, but it’s fully spec’d out. It’s got a 6-inch 18:9 display, 6GB RAM, MediaTek Helio P23 octa-core chip, quad camera setup, and it runs on Android 8.1 Oreo out of the box.
More details will doubtless become available as the phone nears its release this sometime this year, so stay put for that, including announcements regarding local pricing and availability.