The Ulefone Power Max will feature a humongous 13,000 mAh battery
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Big batteries may not be as prevalent on mainstream devices as some users would like but companies like Gionee, Oukitel, and Ulefone seem dedicated to bringing the largest possible power tanks to the market.
The next device in Ulefone's lineup is the Power Max, which is expected to feature an astonishing 13000 mAh battery. The company is no stranger to this kind of offering, as its Power 2 sported a 6050 mAh unit.
While renders of the device don't show an unusual thickness, we're a bit intrigued as to how Ulefone plans on fitting such a battery in a device that's to be used regularly, especially considering the fact that the Power 2 had a thickness of 9.9mm—even while having a significantly lower battery capacity than what has been touted for the Power Max.
While this would be a novel device, we can't help but feel Ulefone would be going a tad overboard with this one. Moreso, seeing as previous devices in the series have had average performance and specification sheets at best. More battery is always welcome, though, and if this is what it takes for more OEMs to incorporate larger batteries on their devices, Ulefone's endeavors must be applauded.