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Ulefone Power 2 benchmarks tip performance for highly affordable mobile handset
Ulefone’s most recent mobile phone, the Power 2, is a modest step up from its precursor, enhancing things across the processor chip, memory, and storage. In fact, the newer model has a speedier octa-core MTK6750T MediaTek processor chip, 4GB RAM, and 64GB storage space.
The Power 2 does fairly well in benchmarks. The Antutu Benchmark testing tool shows the cell phone scored more than 44,000; the reading and writing speeds are 270Mbps and 133Mbps, correspondingly. Not very shabby for a smartphone that just will set you back $170.
Beyond the 64GB in-built storage, in addition you can add a micro sd card with up to 256GB of additional memory space. The metal-clad Ulefone Power 2 provides a behemoth 6,050mAh battery and incorporates a MediaTek octa-core 1.5GHz processor chip. Running Android 7.0, it offers up a 5.5-inch FHD screen, a 16 mega-pixel rear camera, 13-megapixel front-facing camera, and 64GB of storage. Offered in black, grey, and gold colors, the Power 2 in addition holds a fingerprint reader.
If interested in the Power 2, pay a visit to AliExpress and snap it up for just $169.99. Do so very soon and you’ll have a gift bag worth $40.
Take note: North American consumers probably want to double check the Power 2 works with their own service provider. Even as it might work for phone usages, the data speeds might be less than expected.
GSM: 850/900/1800/1900 (B5/8/3/2)