Smartphone with the biggest battery ever that can last a week goes official

Written by Mohammad Jamal ·  1 min read >

The biggest problem with any smartphone is it’s battery life, what if I told you there’s a smartphone that can actually last an entire week with a single charge?

Yes, an entire week, a Chinese smartphone maker by the name of “Ulefone”, that you might not even know about created a smartphone with a 13,000 mAh battery that’s actually decent. And yes, before you ask, you can use that 13,000 mAh to recharge other electronic devices as well.

The Ulefone Power 5 is an Android-powered brick, a rugged phone that can take a beating, although the design is clearly a result of Ulefone having to cram a 13,000 mAh battery in there. According to the company, the 13,000 mAh dual-cell battery offers one week of power and supports Super Fast Charge (5V/5A) and fast wireless charging support (10W). The Ulefone Power 5 will get a full charge in 2.5 hours on wired and 9 hours on wireless charging.

The smartphone features a 6-inch Full HD display with a 2160 x 1080 resolution that makes it an all-screen design, powered by MediaTek MT6763 processor, 6 Gigs of RAM, 64GB of internal storage, microSD support as well, the dual-lens cameras which are 21-megapixel and 5-megapixel shooters with optical image stabilization(OIS). There are also dual-selfie cameras which are, 8-megapixel and 13-megapixel cameras, a side-mounted fingerprint sensor (“Touch ID”), “Face ID” unlock, dual-SIM support, USB 2.0 and USB-C ports, and Android 8.1 Oreo.

Ulefone Power 5 phone looks good on paper and should provide a decent experience. For the people who have been lugging around an external battery for years, this smartphone is the answer to your prayers. I’m sure smartphone buyers looking for amazing battery life will find it equally intriguing. There is no notch on the display.

The Power 5 will be available in stores on April 24th, but pricing details aren’t available or when will it come to Pakistan.

Will you buy this smartphone with a monster battery? Let us know in the comments below.

Written by Mohammad Jamal
Mohammad Jamal is a technology writer whose expertise lies in writing news and review articles. He is a software engineer from Lahore and is currently using a Huawei Mate 10. Reach out to him at and Facebook: mohammad.jamal93. Profile