Whenever I hear about a company making a battery phone, my first reaction is to roll my eyes at said device. From my experience, battery phones are good at battery life, and that\u2019s pretty much it.\r\nBut a Chinese smartphone maker that you might not even know created a smartphone with a 13,000 mAh battery that\u2019s actually decent. And yes, before you ask, you can use that 13,000 mAh to recharge other electronics\r\nI\u2019ve been lugging around an external battery with me for years. Wherever I\u2019d travel to, I\u2019d have it in my backpack mostly for peace of mind. It did prevent my phone from dying a bunch of times, and I often use it to recharge the phones while I\u2019m at home. This is where I also tell you I have a backup phone with me. You know, just in case I\u2019d need it.\r\nWhich is why\u00a0the Ulefone Power 5\u00a0\u2014 I told you that the name of the company might not be familiar \u2014 sounds interesting to me. And I\u2019m sure smartphone buyers looking for amazing battery life will find the Power 5 equally intriguing.\r\nIt looks like 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.\r\nBefore I tell you about the battery features of the Power 5, let me list the specs. We\u2019re looking at a 6-inch Full HD display with a 2160 x 1080 resolution that signals an all-screen design, MediaTek MT6763 processor, 6GB of RAM, 64GB of storage, microSD support, dual-lens camera (21-megapixel and 5-megapixel shooters) with optical image stabilization, 8-megapixel and 13-megapixel selfie cameras, side-mounted fingerprint sensor (\u201cTouch ID\u201d), \u201cFace ID\u201d unlock, dual-SIM support, USB 2.0 and USB-C ports, and Android 8.1 Oreo. Yes, this Power 5 phone looks good on paper and should provide a decent experience.\r\nIt also gets bonus points for not cloning the notch, although Ulefone is clearly not afraid to steal Touch ID and Face ID from Apple.\r\nThat 13,000 mAh dual-cell battery offers one week of power, the company says and supports Super Fast Charge (5V\/5A) and fast wireless charging support (10W). You\u2019ll get a full charge in 2.5 hours on wired and 9 hours on wireless charging. Yes, the phone can charge other electronic devices.\r\nThe Power 5 will be available in stores on April 24th, but pricing details aren\u2019t available just yet.