Ulefone Power 3 Review : Quad Camera 4G Phablet

Review: Ulefone Power 3

Ulefone Power 3 Review

World’s first MT6763 18:9 display phone to own the Big Battery Flagship with 4 Cameras and Face ID unlock.

Design 8/10
Processor 9/10
Camera 9/10
Battery 9.5/10

Editors Overall Rating

9 /10

Detailed Ulephone Power 3 review. 

So the new phone from Ulefone is out Ulefone Power 3. The new phone comes with Android 7.1 but Android 8.0 is surely on its way to make the supported device perform best. Ulefone Power 3 is mid ranged third-generation phone of Ulefone's Power series. Coming with an amazing battery capacity of 6080 mAh and keeping up the flagship for being first 4 cameras phone with big battery life in 18:9 screen display with MT6763.

The phone is already out for sale. It is even compared to iPhone 8 plus and features given are entirely amazing and new with latest face lock feature. Moreover, it has the bezel-less screen bigger and brighter than 8 plus within the ratio of 18:9.

Talking deeply about the processing of the device then it is built with MediaTek’s Helio P23 64-bit octa-core that let device function smoothly with help of 6 RAM and 64GB of storage. The phone just now sounds good but offers a lot in the mid-range. As these days good battery life is the necessity with efficient functioning and the good camera.

Now checking on to camera part then it has 16M and 5M rear camera and 13M and 5M front camera for the perfect selfie/groupie or any wide angle photo. The cameras are developed so well that they give quite detailed images. Low light performance is still not satisfied.

Best Ulephone Power 3 Features

Review: Ulefone Power 3

Design and Display

It is packed up in a screen of 6 inches, 18.9 body to screen bezel-less one, giving users an amazing user experience. The large bright screen lets you do all the multitasking with soft touch used like never before.


As mobile is built to give users best experience then how processor part can set back. It uses MediaTek’s Helio P23 64-bit octa-core for the convenient processing of each application with the sufficient 6GB RAM and 64GB of storage. Now user can conveniently do multitasking without hustles.

Review: Ulefone Power 3
Review: Ulefone Power 3


The beautiful four cameras to capture the perfect detailed images. However, the performance in low light is yet unknown but if we talk about overall camera performance then its quite good as it has 16M and 5M rear camera and 13M and 5M front camera for the perfect selfie/groupie or any wide angle photo.


The battery is the best part of about this phone. 6080 mAh battery which can last upto 4 long days with using all beautiful features of this phone in mid range is the main reason for the flagship.

Review: Ulefone Power 3

What you get in package (Expected)

Cell Phone: 1
Earphones: 1 
Charger: 1

Power Adapter: 1
USB Cable: 1 
Screen Protector: 1 

User Manual: 1
SIM Needle: 1
Back Cover: 1 

Technical details



Basic Information

Brand: Ulefone 
Type: Power 3
OS: Android 7.1 


CPU: MT6763.
Cores: 64-bit octa-core
Storage: 64GB


Screen type: IPS
Screen size: 6 inch


Camera type: Four cameras
Back-camera: 16.0MP + 5.0MP
Front camera: 13.0MP + 5.0MP


Battery Capacity (mAh): 6080mAh

Review: Ulefone Power 3

Bottom Line

"Ideal Smartphone for ones who look for combination of beautiful design, impressive processor, great display, amazing four camera and best battery performance!" 

Ulefone Power 3 is blend of best features which users crave, perfect smart for wanderers or people who prefer long journey. The device can be an amazing satisfactory piece who seek blend of all such features. The fabulous processor for the fluent working. Taking the topic to the camera which assures of good overall performance. And to record all those in good functioning it has 6GB RAM and 64GB storage capacity. Coming to the topic of features then it has split screens and multitasking etc. Then comes out the beautiful inbuilt battery in the slim phone of 6080 mAh which quickly gets charged. Overall, it gives fabulous medley of features and different user experience.

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