Ulefone Power 3 Review
Ulefone just released their newest phone, under the name of “Power 3”. Let’s take a look at the specs of the phone before we analyze them.
|Operating Systems||Android 7.1|
|Processor||MTK6763 Octa Core 2.0GHz|
|Display||6.0 inch 2160 x 1080 with Gorilla Glass 4 screen|
|Expandable Storage||TF card up to 256GB|
|Cameras||13MP Camera, 5MP Front|
Ulefone Power 3 comes equipped with Android OS 7.1, and is scheduled for a March update to Android 8.1.
Ulefone Power 3 Battery
Right off the bat, I was struck by the enormous battery size. Like the previous phones in the series, the Ulefone Power 3 contains an absolutely massive 6,080mAh battery that will provide incredible battery life. Ulefone company, states that the phone can last 4 days with normal usage. Although the Power 3 battery is non-removable, it does have a secret feature. Built inside the Power 3 is the ability to reverse charge your other gadgets meaning you no longer have to lug around a hefty power bank.
The Ulefone Power 3 is one of the first Android phones to feature a next generation MediaTek chip. It will use the new MediaTek 6763 which focuses on improved camera quality and world-class power efficiency (combined with the gigantic battery).
While the CPU is capable of 2.3Ghz multicore speeds and up to 2.5GHz single-core speeds, the version inside the Ulefone Power 3 will be under-clocked at 2GHz.
This device also has wonderful graphics as MediaTek 6763 will come with the new ARM Mali-G71 mobile graphics processor, which is capable of handling the most demanding games.
Ulefone Power 3 Display
The screen has a 2K resolution and it is 6″, very crisp and clear. Ulefone have used the 18:9 display in the Ulefone Power 3 meaning it’ll have a taller and slimmer display than traditional 16:9 smartphones. Gorilla Glass 4 and touch response technology are additional aspects that make the display great. However, the maximum brightness is around 400-450 nits, not the brightest of displays, especially under direct sunlight.
Regarding the storage of the device, Ulefone Power 3 launched with 6GB of RAM and 64GB of disk storage. The 6GB are more than you will ever need on a phone. There are computers that are running fine with just 4GB of RAM, therefore you can be sure that 6GB will make your phone fly. The 64GB storage is expandable up to 256GB with a TF (microSD) card.
Ulefone Power 3 Cameras
The Ulefone Power 3 has 4 cameras in total, 2 front and 2 back. The rear camera features a dual lens set up (21 MP + 5MP) and the front camera has an impressive 13MP + 5MP dual-lens setup as well. If this information is not enough for you, here are the technical characteristics:
- 21MP + 5MP Dual Lens
- f/2.0 aperture
- Dual LED flash
- PDAF auto focus
- 13MP + 5MP
- Softlight selfie flash
- f/2.2 aperture
- Beauty mode
Ulefone Power 3 Additional Technologies
Some more capabilities of this phone are Face Recognition and a 0.1 second fingerprint ID, according ro Ulefone.
All-in-all, it’s looking very promising for the Ulefone Power 3! It’s got colossal battery capacity which even doubles up as a power bank. It’s got the brand new chip from MediaTek that is powerful and handles everything, and a quad-lens (two front, two rear) camera setup to please the most demanding selfie queens out there…
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