Ulefone Armor 7E with 48MP triple rear camera launching soon

Armor 7E

In the last year, Chinese mobile phone maker Ulefone is very active in terms of development of their rugged phone models. And they have achieved big success with the Ulefone Armor series. According to the official news, a new rugged phone Armor 7E will launch soon, it is crafted for those adventure junkies who fancy staying in touch with their friends and family members during their adventurous activities. So what can we expect from this phone?

Armor 7E houses a triple camera setup comprising 48MP+2MP+2MP sensors at the back. The 48MP ultra clarity camera delivers super high resolution, and together with improved AI algorithms, your photos are more detailed and vivid as if all the objects came into life. Upfront, there’s a 16MP front shooter for you to capture memorable moments as self-portraits and video calling. 

As for processor, Armor 7E runs the latest Helio P90 processor, which comes with powerful AI performance, can breeze through any task while bring extremely power efficiency. It ships with 4GB of RAM and offers a hefty 128GB of internal storage space, which can be expanded up to 2TB with the help of a TF card.

The other highlights of the Armor 7 rugged smartphone include 6.3” waterdrop screen with a high resolution of 1080 x 2340 pixels, robust 5500mAh battery with Qi 10W wireless charging, heart rate sensor, NFC & Google Pay, dual SIM dual standby, GPS+Glonass+Beidou+Galileo four navigation system, global frequency bands and Android 9.0 Pie OS. Furthermore, it is certified IP68/IP69K waterproof, which means it can prevail against accidental splashes and withstand a rugged environment.

This powerful rugged phone will sell on AliExpress from Mar. 27th, when there is a Ulefone brand promotion event. During the promotion, you will be able to enjoy the special discounted price of $219.99. For more information about this one and other Ulefone phones you can always visit the official website.

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