On Monday Ulefone launched Ulefone Power featuring 6050mAh Sony li-polymer battery, octa-core 64-bit MTK6753, 13MP Sony IMX 214 camera, AUO 1080P LTPS display and 3GB LPDDR3 RAM. Weight and thickness of the phone body were announced to be 189g and 9.5mm. Ulefone said they could have made the phone as thin as 8mm but added 1.5mm space for extra components and better cooling.
The back cover of Ulefone power is slightly curved to offer smooth touch feel and a plastic bezel has been added between the metal chassis and 2.5D glass as a buffer to avoid cutting the palm. As done on most stainless steel frames, 2 chamfers were carved on the frame of Ulefone Power to comply the tough feel delivered by the phone as a whole.
As the battery of Ulefone Power is not user-removable, the SIM and TF slot have been moved to a tray that can be inserted from the left edge of the phone. And what’s special with the Ulefone Power appearance is that you’ll see a round button near power key as camera starter and a infrared emitter on the tom edge.