In a video made by Ulefone on Youtube, a turned-off Ulefone Power was charged to 25% in 30 minutes, 51% in one hour, 77% in 90 minutes, and to the full in 117 minutes. When the phone was turned on, charging from 12% to 36 cost 30 minutes.
Ulefone wants to show us through the test that the quick charger is not only fast, but also able to charge at an even pace. The company has also offered tear-down photos of the charger claiming it packs 4 transformers and and 7 capacitors of different size to ensure flexible while stable current output.
In addition, a formerly made official test shows Uleofne Power is able to stand one day of heavy use like online video playing and gaming. Now the device is pre-sold for USD179.99, featuring MTK6753 octa-core 64-bit chipset, 5.5-inch AUO FHD LTPS display, 3GB LPDDR3 RAM, Sony IMX214 13MP camera, fingerprint scanner, and Android 6.0 to come.