Rugged Ulefone Armor X7 gets a screen rigidity test


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The latest entry-level rugged phone of Ulefone – Armor X7 has hit the market a while ago and of course it inherited the durability of Ulefone Armor series. That of course includes good water, drop and dust resistance. But what happens when the glass panel on the front hits the ground? Today Ulefone shared new footage on their YouTube channel showing how tough the screen of Armor X7 is in real life. Here’s what the test video showed.

The screen is put through numerous torture tries like cutting a cucumber or a piece of paper using a sharp knife on it, using an electric drill on it, cracking walnuts, and even hammering nails into wood. As if that weren’t enough, the tester uses a heavy metal ball, concrete block and a hammer to hit against the display, which remains intact without showing signs of even a tiny crack. This series of tests confirms that the Armor X7 indeed sports a solid very resistant display.

Aside the obvious rugged qualities Armor X7 is a phone with balanced configuration such as Android 10 OS, 13MP rear camera, 4000mAh battery, quad-core processor, face unlock & fingerprint ID, NFC with Google Pay support and many more. It’s quite suitable for daily use, outdoor enthusiasts and people who work in harsh work environments.

You can get the rugged Ulefone Armor X7 just for $79.99 in Aliexpress so it’s indeed extremely affordable. And as usual you can find more information about it on the official website.

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