Ulefone just launched the latest in its Armor X line - the Armor X6 Pro. The obviously rugged device measures 150 x 78.9 x 14.4mm and weighs 227 grams. In keeping with the company's pedigree, that body is extra resilient and formally rated as such with IP68/IP69K and MIL-STD-810G certifications. The Armor X6 Pro should survive dips of up to 30 minutes in up to 1.5 meters of water also, water jets and all manner of fine dust and particles. Its polycarbonate outer shell is multi-layered, with every possible crack filled with waterproof adhesive tape as well as gasket sealing rings. The outside of the device is also coated with a macro-molecule coating for waterproofing. Ulefone says the Armor X6 Pro is particularly suited for industry workers, builders and all manner of relief workers.
Ulefone is also proud that the Armor X6 Pro ships with the latest Android 12 OS out of the box and all of the advanced security and extra features it affords. The ROM itself is clean with no ads or unnecessary bloat and large and easy-to-use UI elements. The phone also has a programmable physical button on the side for added convenience and gloved operation.
As for the rest of the hardware, the Armor X6 Pro has a 5.0-inch IPS LCD panel with 720 x 1280-pixel HD resolution. At its core is a MediaTek Helio A22 4G chipset with dual SIM support, 4GB of RAM and 32GB of storage, expandable via SD card. For local connectivity, the phone has Wi-Fi ac and Bluetooth 5.0, also GPS with GLONASS, BEIDOU and Galileo and NFC with Google Pay. Other sensors include an accelerometer, proximity, light sensor and e-compass. A 3.5mm jack is included, too and an FM radio.
There is just a single 13MP, f/2.2, IMX214 camera on the rear with a dual LED flash that can record up to 1080p video. The same goes for the selfie camera, which is a 5MP, f/2.2, OmniVision OV5670 unit. Underwater photography is specifically advertised as a feature. The whole thing is powered by a 4,000 mAh battery with 5W charging via a micro USB port.
You can get Ulefone Armor X6 Pro in either black or orange for an MSRP of $139.99. At the time of writing, it is retailing for $119.99 on the official website.
Agreed. Also Samsungs are more unreliable now compared to a decade ago. Also don't forget that Samsung dropped the ball on updating rugged phones since the XCover FieldPro. If ruggedness is your priority, there are much better phones at this p...
It's too expensive for what you get. I need a really good camera for my job with high quality video / photo. For that reason I love my LG G8X, but looking for something new that will match the camera / sound specs.