Ulefone Mobile on Tuesday added its latest smartphone, the Power 2, to its growing portfolio of Android devices. The Power is one of Ulefone’s best-selling handsets so we might expect that the successor falls nicely in line.

Ulefone Power 2

Although the capacity remains the same, the Ulefone Power 2 should be more efficient; the processor is improved and the version of Android the most current. According to the details, the Sony Li-polymer battery should give users four days of usage. Moreover, the battery can charge from empty to full in about two hours when using a 9V/2A PE2.0 fast charger.

Specs get an upgrade almost across the board here as the Power 2 now comes with a MediaTek MTK6750T octa-core chipset (1.5GHz). Additionally, the phone boasts 4GB RAM and 64GB storage, and a 5.5-inch full HD display. In terms of cameras, the Ulefone Power 2 offers up a 16-megapixel shooter on the rear and a 13-megapixel (interpolated) unit around front. Rounding out the details are a front-side fingerprint scanner, 2.5D Glass for the screen, and LTE Cat.6 + VoLTE.

The Ulefone Power 2, Ulefone Armor 2, Ulefone T1, Ulefone T3, Ulefone F1 and Ulefone Gemini Pro is housed in a metal body with premium matte finish, with wide curved chamfers for better grip.