Ulefone Power was launched one week ago, featuring 6050mAh Sony li-polymer battery, which is said to support 75-day standby and 4-day light use on a 2-hour single charge from the 9V/2~3A quick charger. With OTG, the phone will also be able to charge other devices.
Other specs include MTK6753 octa-core 64-bit chipset, fingerprint scanner, 5.5-inch AUO 1080P LTPS display, 3GB RAM, Sony IMX214 13MP camera, infrared emitter, and shortcut camera starter.
Ulefone Power presale started from January 1 and will last until January 18, when the price will be increased to USD199.99, the normal price Ulefone really wants to sell the device for. The presale will possibly end before schedule if the 10,000 units in stock is sold out.
Ulefone will start shipping Ulefone Power in January 16 with Android 5.1 pre-installed and will upgrade the device to Android 6.0 in February.