Ulefone seems to be among the busier smartphone makers this year, churning out a new model, one after another.
I’m not sure if they are trying to match Samsung with the many models they have, but Ulefone does try to compare their latest models with Xiaomi, a great example of success when it comes to smartphones.
That said, this coming December the Ulefone Power 3 would be sold by the eager Chinese smartphone maker.
The Power series which got its name from the massive battery it keeps under the hood, is a confirmed deal with pre-sales expected on AliExpress.
According to reports by AndroidHeadlines, the Chinese smartphone maker confirmed the new Power 3 would have a massive 6,100mAh battery, and get this, the new Android 8.1 Oreo!
According to Ulefone, the battery of the Ulefone Power 3 could reach up to 4 days of normal use without needing to be plugged in.
Well, as expected, with the likelihood of a new model coming up, the price of the soon to be replaced Ulefone Power 2 has dropped considerably, with the MediaTek Mali powered 5.5-inch screen, 4GB RAM and 64GB ROM smartphone now on sale for only RM741 on Lazada Malaysia, and going even cheaper on Ulefone’s official AliExpress store, coming at US179.99 (RM738).
Reviews suggest the Ulefone Power 2 is already a great phone, so if you want to save, you may just want to snap one up before the new Ulefone Power 3 is released.