Why does a smartphone need a 13,200 mAh battery?

To clearly demonstrate the operating time of the protected Ulefone Power Armor 13 smartphone without recharging, Ulefone has published a new video that clearly demonstrates how much of the charge the device loses in certain scenarios.

Let us remind you that a feature of this device is a huge battery with a capacity of 13,200 mAh. As shown in the video, the battery only loses 2% of its charge when streaming music online for 1 hour. Also, the battery loses another 2% in 1 hour when playing video from the Internet. And after an hour of video recording, the battery charge decreases by 6%.

The phone consumes only 5% of the battery during an hour of active games or 3% of the battery after 30 minutes in radio mode. At the end of the video, it is shown that after 4.5 hours of continuous intensive use, it only discharges by 18%.

Ulefone Power Armor 13 received MediaTek Helio G95 and an infrared rangefinder, which allows you to accurately determine the distance, area, or volume of a room. In addition, the device supports a walkie-talkie mode (Push-to-talk). The smartphone runs on Android 11. The main camera has a 48 Mp main image sensor, additionally, there are 8, 2, and 2 Mp sensors. The main camera supports 4K video recording. Also, the smartphone is equipped with an FM receiver that works without a headset. There is also an NFC module, with which users can make wireless payments around the world. The device meets the requirements of the American military standard MIL-STD-810G, as well as the IP69K degree of protection.

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