Ulefone’s Armor 17 Pro Rugged Phone Brings 66W Super-Fast Charging

Armor 17 Pro

In today’s fast-paced business environment, time is of the essence. For those, who rely on their smartphones for work, fast charging is an important feature, that allows them to quickly charge their devices and save a lot of time.

Ulefone announced their first business-oriented rugged phone, the Armor 17 Pro, a few months ago. And this Android work phone was an instant hit. Why ? Because the combination of a 5380mAh battery and 66W Super Fast Charging is brilliant in all usage scenarios. It puts an end to the anxiety most people have about low batteries. The phone also comes with cutting-edge specs, such as a 108-megapixel camera, 120Hz display, and Helio G99. What’s more, it packs IP68, IP69K, and MIL-STD-810G levels of ruggedness into a lightweight design, that makes it very easy to use outdoors or on the go.

But back to fast charging. Because most of you are surely curious about the charging times . So, how long does it take to fully charge the battery exactly ? The video below will give you an answer. Let’s check it out.

From 0-90% in 30 Minutes

In the video, the Ulefone Armor 17 Pro is tested for charging speed with the 66W fast charger and Type-C to Type-C cable included in the box. The device takes only 59 minutes to charge its massive 5380mAh battery from 0% to 100%. The fast charging technology makes it easy to revive the phone’s battery in the time you take for a cup of coffee. Here are the exact test results for your reference.

Charging Time Battery Status
10 Minutes 0-38%
15 Minutes 0-53%
30 Minutes 0-90%
59 Minutes 0-100%

Honestly, if you’ve experienced such fast charging once, you’ll never want to go back to 10W charging. In addition to 66W Super Fast Charging, the Armor 17 Pro supports 15W wireless charging and wireless reverse charging.

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Will Fast Charging Damage the Battery?

This question has been bothering users for a long time. So, does the Armor 17 Pro’s fast charging damage its battery ? Not really, no. According to Ulefone, the phone, the fast charger and even the cable are all designed with a power management chip inside. Therefore, the charging management system will look after the battery to prevent any damage from overheating or overcharging.

The fast charging process actually consists of two phases of charging. When the battery capacity is low or empty, it takes in as much power as possible. This is the first phase. However, once the battery capacity reaches a certain level, the charging speed will be reduced to prevent stress and heat, that can shorten the battery’s longevity. This is the second phase.

Ulefone Armor 17 Pro’s Specs at a Glance:

  • Body: 172.7×80.4×12.5mm, 465g, black
  • Display: 6.58-inch IPS LCD, 2408 x 1080 FHD+, 120Hz refresh rate, 20:9 aspect ratio
  • Chipset: MediaTek Helio G99, octa-core 2.2GHz (2xCortex-A76 & 6xCortex-A55), Arm Mali-G57 MC2 1GHz
  • Memory: 8GB, up to 5GB virtual RAM expansion
  • Storage: 256GB, up to 2TB expandable storage
  • Cameras: 108MP main camera (f/1.89), 8MP ultra-wide camera (f/2.2), 8MP IR night vision camera, 16MP front camera (f/2.2)
  • Battery: 5380mAh, 66W USB C charging, 15W wireless charging, wireless reverse charging
  • Connectivity: 4G, Wi-Fi 802.11 a/b/g/n/ac, Bluetooth 5.2
  • OS: Pure Android 12
  • Certification: IP68, IP69K, MIL-STD-810G
  • Misc: Underwater camera, glove mode, headset-free FM radio

You can buy the new rugged Ulefone monster already on Aliexpress for a very appealing price. And you can also learn more about it on the Ulefone’s official website.

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