Ulefone Armor 6: IP69K, 6GB+128GB, For Just $359.99 (1 Week Activity)

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Ulefone this week introduced its new high-end shockproof and waterproof smartphone. Dubbed the Rugger Armor 6, the rugged phone combines an IP68-rated chassis, a large display, multiple special-purpose sensors, and a high-performance SoC. Clearly keying in on a specific market segment for the new phone, the Armor 6 will also ship with multiple pre-loaded applications that are intended to be useful during traveling or just in various harsh locales.

On the outside, the Armor 6 has a rather decent looking chassis featuring a die-cast frame covered with protective rubber and red or grey metallic inlays. The enclosure is rated to handle drops from 1.2 meters, submersion into water (up to 1.5 meters for up to 60 minutes), thermal shocks, corrosive environments, and so on. Meanwhile, framing a 6.2-inch 2246×1080 LCD display protected using Corning’s Gorilla Glass 5, the Armor 6 is generally pretty large and heavy: it is 160 mm tall, 13.3 mm thick, and weighs 228 grams. All of which makes the Armor 6 a lot larger than standard consumer smartphones, but is fairly typical for this market segment.

Moving on to the insides of the Ulefone Armor 6. The smartphone is powered by MediaTek’s Helio P60 SoC, an eight-core design with quad A73 and quad A53 Arm cores as well as Aem’s Mali-G72MP3 GPU. The SoC is paired with 6 GB of RAM and 128 GB of NAND flash storage. Many recent ruggedized smartphones have been based on cheaper SoCs with low-power Cortex-A53 CPU cores, so the Armor 6 is notable for its performance potential. As it appears, Ulefone decided not to cut corners and used a relatively high-performance SoC with Cortex-A73 cores in order to ensure that owners of the handset can use all applications they need to with a comfortable level of performance.

Moving on to the insides of the Ulefone Armor 6. The smartphone is powered by MediaTek’s Helio P60 SoC, an eight-core design with quad A73 and quad A53 Arm cores as well as Aem’s Mali-G72MP3 GPU. The SoC is paired with 6 GB of RAM and 128 GB of NAND flash storage. Many recent ruggedized smartphones have been based on cheaper SoCs with low-power Cortex-A53 CPU cores, so the Armor 6 is notable for its performance potential. As it appears, Ulefone decided not to cut corners and used a relatively high-performance SoC with Cortex-A73 cores in order to ensure that owners of the handset can use all applications they need to with a comfortable level of performance.

Features at Ulefone Armor 6 camera department are not bad at all. There are two cameras to the rear. One of them is 21 MP and the other is 13 MP with dual LED flash. These are capable of producing above average quality of pictures. Video setting is 2160p@30fps of FHD recording. Other salient features include autofocus, continuous shooting, digital zoom, face detection, geo-tagging, HDR, ISO settings, etc.

To the front, there’s a selfie camera of 16 MP which comes equipped with flash as well. Consequently, this selfie camera is able to make use of f/2.2 aperture and comes with other hidden features that will make users proud. There is a non-removable 4900 mAh Li-Po battery in Ulefone Armor 6. What’s good about it? It is able to handle fast charging technology. However, for a rugged smartphone, something in the range of 6000 mAh could have been preferable. in addition, the smartphone also has IP68 protection against water and dust, which will allow it to survive 1.5 meters deep for an hour.

Ulefone Armor 6 is now available on Banggood For Just $359.99 Only for 1-week activity (From Jan 14 To 20 Jan), not on this if you can order before 20 Jan you can get free Wireless charger and projective front glass, but After 20 Jan Price will $459.99 ($100 Extra).

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  1. as per my previous experience of Ulefone phone was not good . i purchased the device because of the amazing features, they advertised. but the phone quality not great and i hope the model will recover the previous model fault. Now i am happy with my Poptel P60.

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