Night vision 5G rugged phone Ulefone Armor 11 5G finally launched


Armor 11 5G

Last year, Ulefone launched their first 5G rugged phone – Armor 10 5G, to a very good reception from both fans and experts. And they have promised us a launch of new 5G rugged phone soon. Now, the new model is finally here with the Ulefone Armor 11 5G as the world’s first night vision 5G rugged phone. And it can offer quite some special perks in the camera department.

Night vision camera as the star of the show

For starters, Armor 11 5G packs five camera sensors on the back. It comes with a 48MP Sony IMX582 sensor as the main camera, but it also sports a 20MP night vision camera to shoot great photos and videos at night. This special design is crucial for low light and night scenes. In addition, there is also a 13MP ultra wide-angle camera and a 2MP macro camera. Good selfie shots are guaranteed by the 16MP front shooter.

Solid specs all around

The Armor 11 5G is powered by a MediaTek Dimensity 800 5G chipset with quad Cortex A76 processor & quad Cortex A55 processor clocked at 2 GHz, paired with Arm Mali-G57 MC4 GPU. In addition to that the phone gets 8 GB RAM and 256G B of internal storage onboard. So it has plenty of horsepower for not just the 5G connectivity, but also for seamless multitasking.

Its big 5200 mAh battery supports 10W wireless charging and runs Android 10 out of the box ( Аndroid 11 update will come via ОТА later ). The phone features a 6.1-inch waterdrop screen, NFC & Google Pay support, fingerprint & face unlocking and much more. Armor 11 5G inherits the high durability and sturdy built of Armor series, certified by IP68/IP69K protection grade and MIL-STD-810G certification. So it’s fullz water-, dust-, and drop-resistant,  while suitable for different harsh environments.

Armor 11 5G is now already listed on their official website and will be available for sale very soon. If you want to be among the first ones to get this powerful night vision 5G rugged phone, then keep an eye on the Ulefone official website to get the first-hand information.

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