Rugged Ulefone Armor 9 coming to Kickstarter June 29th


Ulefone Armor 9

New rugged phone from the Ulefone brand is on the way with the Armor 9 model and this time it carriers on board even a thermal imaging camera. According to the official website the new Ulefone Armor 9 will land on Kickstarter crowdfunding platform on June 29th. However, you can already subscribe with your email to get the alert, when the campaign commences. Let’s have a quick look of the details about the new phone.

The Ulefone Armor 9 is specially designed for professionals and outdoor adventures. It incorporates the industry’s most respected FLIR® Lepton® thermal imaging module with FLIR® MSX® technology to provide outstanding thermal images and accurate temperature measurement for work or play. It can be widely used in electricity maintenance, building repair, pipeline inspection, firefighting & emergency rescue, some professional use, wilderness conservation or outdoor adventures.

Aside the thermal camera, Ulefone Armor 9 has a pretty powerful  camera setup. Headlined by the  Samsung GW1 ultra high-resolution 64MP sensor to capture stunning moments, even in challenging low-light environments.

The other hardware specs are also top-notch. Armor 9 packs MediaTek Helio P90 octa-core SoC with 8 GB of RAM and 128 GB of internal storage, 6.3-inch FHD+ waterdrop screen or 6600 mAh massive battery capacity with OTG function. It runs Android 10 out of box, supports face unlock and fingerprint ID, NFC with Google Pay support, global frequency bands, dual 4G dual VoLTE and much more.

Ulefone is already running a huge giveaway on their official website, recruiting 5 testers to help with testing devices and giving feedback to the engineers. Everyone has a chance to become a trial user by just participating in this promo . For more details about the crowdfunding and giveaway itself please keep an eye on the dedicated official website.

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