Ulefone’s Power Armor 13 Comes With One Of World’s Best Battery Backup

Now, things might not get complicated if you forget your charger!

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The Chinese company, Ulefone, has gone ahead and outdone every manufacturer in the smartphone battery department. To be more precise, it has just released Ulefone Power Armor 13, which comes with a giant 13,200 mAh battery, possibly the highest mAh battery in a smartphone right now.

As of now, Ulefone Power Armor 13’s battery size is second to none as it narrowly beats BlackView BV9100, which packs a 13,000 mAh battery inside. Interestingly, both these battery-heavy phones come from Chinese brands. However, Ulefone easily exceeds the Apple iPad Pro 12.9 battery size which is around 9,700mAh.

According to the manufacturer, a full charge keeps your phone functional for five days. In terms of standby time, the battery lasts for a ridiculous 600 hours (almost 25 days). After you finally drain the phone’s charge, you can plug it in with a 33W wired charger. Moreover, it also supports wireless charging of up to 15W.

Power Armor 13 also sports reverse wireless charging support to let you use its gigantic battery as a makeshift power bank. Keeping in mind its long-lasting backup, it might give some of the power banks a run for their money.

Ulefone Power Armor 13 Features And Price

But that’s not it; the Chinese smartphone is well-rounded in terms of other specs too. It comes with a powerful Helio G95 SoC, a 48MP quad-camera shooter, Android 11, NFC support, along with 8GB RAM and 256GB storage.

In addition to that, Power Armor 13 also boasts IP68/IP69K protection, endoscope support, infrared distance measurement, and a custom key (an extra button on the side for quickly accessing an app).

Now is a good time to do so for those who still want to test out Ulefone’s latest offering. Ulefone Power Armor 13 is available here for just $299, down from its original price of $499. This special discount will soon end on August 2, 2021.

You can also try your luck in the official giveaway organized by Ulefone itself on Twitter.

Although such specs look good on paper, lesser-known brands fail to deliver on their promise fully. From poor update cycles to frustrating customer support, there are several reasons you might want to avoid such brands.

By the way, what do you think? Is the big battery an attractive highlight of this smartphone or just overkill? In your free time, you can read about how to check Android battery health.

Priye Rai

Priye Rai

Priye is a tech writer at Fossbytes, who writes about gaming and anything remotely related to tech, including smartphones, apps, OTT, etc. He prefers to be called a "video game journalist" and grimaces when he doesn't get to be "Player 1." If you want to talk about games or send any feedback, drop him a mail at [email protected]

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