First official hands-on video for rugged Ulefone Armor X5


Ulefone Armor X5

Ulefone has released the newest addition to the rugged Armor X-series just a few days ago and the shiny new Ulefone Armor X5 is a 4G upgraded version of the preceding Armor X3, with a higher configuration and affordable price. Those are quite appealing to phone users. Now, we have an official hands-on video of Armor X5 created by Ulefone itself. Let’s check how it work in real scenarios?

Externally looked, Armor X5 is totally same as Armor X3, and it comes with a new color variant – orange. Armor X5 is certified by IP68/IP69K/MIL-STD-810G certification, in the video, it proved to us that it totally can handle sudden drops to the rock/sand, or water washing. And we are pretty sure that it can do more than that.

Packing with MT6763 Octa-core processor, no matter the guy from Ulefone watched live videos on YouTube, checked out posts on Twitter, played Temple Run 2, chatted with friends on Messenger or listened music, the Armor X5 always ran smoothly without lag. And the innovative Custom Key and Gloves Mode are also shown in the video.

On the camera side, it is equipped with 13MP+2MP dual rear camera, helps to record every wonderful moment and beautiful sceneries in the journey with more details. And it also comes with a 5MP front camera for face unlocking and selfie. 

In addition, Armor X5 packs a 5.5-inch all-screen display with 18:9 aspect ratio, 3GB of RAM and 32GB of internal storage, 5000mAh big battery, NFC & Google Pay supported, dual 4G dual VoLTE supported, and runs Android 9.0 Pie as OS. 

Read Also:  Samsung Responds Large Number of Smartphones Crashing

Right now, Ulefone Armor X5 is sold on Banggood with the special price of $99.99, if this new rugged phone has already caught your attention, then add it to your wish list and order it. For more details of other Ulefone phones, you can visit Ulefone official website.

Previous Samsung teases new Exynos chipset, to cross a "new frontier" of performance
Next Xiaomi patent a foldable device with punch-hole camera