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A Chinese brand has just launched a mobile with a 13,200 mAh battery (and yes, it is a real brick)

It has a huge 13,200 mAh battery.

Although today's smartphones have better design, higher-quality photographic sensors, and computer-like performance, the truth is that autonomy continues to be one of the aspects to improve.

It is true that there are exceptions. Smartphones whose autonomy lasts for two days of continuous use but the normal thing is that a mobile phone has to be charged every night. Then there are firms that want to attract attention and they put a 13,200 mAh battery in their models but of course, at the cost of turning them into real bricks. An example? The new phone from the Chinese firm Ulefone.

This phones has a battery of 13,200 and a quite considerable size

This Ulefone terminal has 13,200 mAh battery

Ulefone was once one of the most popular Chinese firms. The point is that other companies such as Xiaomi or more recently Realme arrived, with better models, market prices and above all after-sales service, and these types of marks were forgotten.

However as we read in Gizmochina, Ulefone is back in the news as a result of its recent launch, the Power Armor 13, a device that attracts attention with its immense 13,200 mAh battery.

The phone has a 6.81-inch Full HD + screen, a MediaTek Helio G95 processor, 8 GB of RAM, 256 GB of storage and four rear cameras. A 48 MP main sensor, an 8 MP wide angle, 2 MP macro and another 2 MP secondary camera. All at a discounted starting price of $ 299.

But obviously a battery of such quantity in addition to offering great autonomy, makes the phone big, excessively big. With measures of 183.70 x 85.38 x 20.80 mm, the truth is that it is not a phone for all pockets (not for money but for size).

However, whoever is looking for a robust phone with a huge battery, you will find in this Power Armor 13 a great ally.

Related topics: Phones, Chinese Phones