Outdoor 5G speed test for rugged Ulefone Armor 11 5G


Ulefone Armor 11 5G

With the current rise of global 5G networks, more and more users will start paying attention to the actual network speed of 5G mobile phones on the market. Because they can be very much different. But today we have for you an outdoor 5G  network test for Ulefone’s newest rugged phone Armor 11 5G and it didn’t disappoint. So what are the results ?

The phone is certainly prepared for the task with fully integrated 5G SoC, MediaTek Dimensity 800 5G chipset and 8GB RAM plus 256GB ROM. In the outdoor 5G network speed test video, Ulefone Armor 11 5G’s download speed is up to 500Mbps and upload speed is up to 106 Mbps, according to the Speedtest App.  Downloading some files from the Aliyun Drive, the result shows, that the file download speed is up to 20MB/s. At the same time with photo uploads, Armor 11 5G managed to send roughly one picture per second.

Of course Ulefone Armor 11 5G’s network speed is also perfect for high-definition video calls. It offer very stable and fast experience with crystal clear image quality and smooth voice calls without any hiccups. So the phone is perfect for all users, who like the video call function.

Armor 11 5G is also the World’s First Night Vision 5G Rugged Phone. And of course also carries the rugged IP68/IP69K rated water-, dust- and drop-resistance. It comes with 6.1-inch waterdrop screen, ultra-high-resolution 48MP rear camera, 20MP night vision camera, 13MP Ultra Wide Angle Lens, macro lens and a sub-camera. So solid equipment for all photo purposes. Big 5200 mAh battery with 10W wireless charging support is nice to have too. And it also supports contactless payments with NFC via Google Pay.

 

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Right now Armor 11 5G is in April Promotion Sale on Ulefone official website for only $519.99. And you should check the Ulefone official website for more information about it. Or any other rugged Ulefone device.

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