Ulefone Confirms Power 3 Max Will Feature 13,000mAh Battery

Ulefone is no stranger to bringing to market smartphones equipped with greater capacity batteries than usual. In fact, the company even has a smartphone line dedicated to offering extended levels of battery life, the Ulefone Power line. As an example, the latest addition to the line - the Ulefone Power 3 - comes loaded with a 6,080 mAh battery. A capacity that is not too far off being twice the capacity of many current phones.

However, it had been rumored the company was working on a new model with an even greater capacity battery than the Power 3. One to the tune of 13,000 mAh which would make it more than twice the capacity of the current model, or in other words, almost four times the capacity of many current phones. Now, Ulefone has confirmed the rumors as true and that it is indeed working on a new Power 3 model with a 13,000 mAh battery. Consistent with those previous rumors, the new model is expected to arrive branded as the Ulefone Power 3 Max. At present, however, this is largely the extent to the known information regarding this new variant, and so there are no details regarding the rest of the specs and features.

That said, the current Power 3 model is one which packs in the specs considering it is priced to be an affordable phone. Therefore, if the new model also does come with a similar spec list it will be a highly competitive smartphone on paper. For example, the current Power 3 not only includes a 6,080 mAh battery, but also a 6-inch display which makes use of an 18:9 aspect ratio. In addition to 6GB RAM, 64GB storage, and a MediaTek Helio P23 processor. Like many current smartphones, the Power 3 does includes a dual camera setup on the back of the device, although unlike those other options, this one includes a dual camera setup on the front as well. Adding to that is facial recognition and Android 8.1 (Oreo) as the pre-installed operating system version. As for the price, the Ulefone Power 3 can currently be picked up for $229.99, and more information on the Power 3 can be found through the link below.

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