Ulefone Armor 5 First Hands-On User Experience Video


Ulefone Armor 5

As world’s first notch screen rugged phone, the Ulefone Armor 5 has received a quite positive feedback from fans since pre-sales kicked off. Compared to the traditional rugged phones, the Ulefone Armor 5 is popular for its unique design and fashionable look. Which makes the handset not just an extreme outdoor environment device but also something nice and trendy to look at when you’re home or at work.

Well, that’s what appears to be the intention of Ulefone’s latest video on Youtube at least; let’s check it out down below!

As we can get from the video, the guy using an Ulefone Armor 5 just gets his day going, working on his laptop and having video calls with friends or business partners, he then sends e-mails through Gmail and uses Google’s assistant to reserve a table at the restaurant. What we can also learn from the video is that the Ulefone Armor 5 runs quite smoothly, without hiccups even when doing heavy multi-tasking like switching between watching videos, listening to music, sharing photos and using a Google Maps for navigation.

That’s it for the software side, here’s a refresher as far as Ulefone Armor 5’s hardware goes. The handset is the first notch screen rugged phone sporting a 18.9:9 and 5.85-inch display, which is slimmer and taller to show more content in one page. Certificated by IP68 protection grading, it adopts a mainstream octa-core processor, plus 4GB RAM and 64GB internal storage, 16MP and 5MP dual rear camera along with 13MP front camera, packs a big 5000mAh battery with support for 5V2A fast charging and Qi wireless charging. Finally, there’s fingerprint ID, face unlock and runs Android 8.1 as the OS.

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Ulefone Armor 5

The good mix between a smooth user experience, it’s toughness and unique design is probably what’s making the Ulefone Armor 5 sell so well. Its pricing is also another very important factor of course at just $189.99 over on AliExpress (until August 24th). What do you guys think about the handset? Are rugged top notch phones the future?

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