Is this the biggest battery we’ve ever seen in a smartphone?

Is this the biggest battery we’ve ever seen in a smartphone?

Ulefone Power Armor 13 2

TL; DR

  • Less well-known brand Ulefone has released a phone with a 13,200 mAh battery.
  • This could possibly run the phone with the largest battery.
  • Expect to pay a selling price of $ 299 for the device.

We have seen lesser known mobile phone brands offer devices with giant batteries over the years, ranging from 6,000 mAh all the way to 11,000 mAh. Now it seems that a new device may be a competitor to the smartphone with the biggest battery.

Second-string Chinese brand Ulefone has recently released Power Armor 13 (h / h: Gizmochina), and its main attraction is a 13,200 mAh battery. This outperforms the BlackView BV9100 and its 13,000 mAh battery as possibly the phone with the largest battery.

In any case, the manufacturer estimates that you can get five days of daily use with full charge and 600 hours of standby time. When the battery dies, you will rely on 33W wired charging or 15W wireless charging to charge your device. The phone also comes with 5W reverse wireless charging so you can charge phones and other compatible gadgets.

What else do you get?

Ulefone Power Armor 13 official

The Ulefone Power Armor 13 also has an “IP68 / IP69K” rating, a 6.81-inch FHD + LCD screen, a MediaTek Helio G95 4G ​​processor, 8GB of RAM and 256GB of expandable storage. You also get a quad rear camera system that consists of a 48MP main shooting game, 8MP ultra-wide camera and a pair of 2MP sensors. A 16MP hole-in-one camera handles selfies and video calls.

Other notable features include Android 11, NFC, infrared distance measurements, endoscope support via a dedicated port, a side-mounted fingerprint scanner and a custom key.

Ulefone Power Armor 13 currently has one promotional price of $ 299 via similar ones like AliExpress and Banggood, with a regular price of $ 499. So you might want to consider this option if the battery life of several days is important to you.

Having said that, we would recommend that you take this and other brands in second string with a pinch of salt. It is not uncommon for lower level manufacturers to have mildly misleading reproduces, poor customer service support, network compatibility issues and / or few if any software updates. It is also not unheard of to find malware pre-installed on some devices from lesser known brands (although this has also affected major brands in the past).

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