A major rugged smartphone manufacturer – Ulefone recently unveiled Armor 11T 5G smartphone carrying advanced features and specifications. The new rugged smartphone is built to withstand any rough and tough conditions in the real world. To prove these loud features, Ulefone itself put the device under durability test. The video below showcases all the stress that Armor 11 GT has gone through and how easily it sails through all the challenges.
As seen in the video, the phone has gone through the worst but it still survived without even a scratch. The phone is dropped from a 3-meter height and later survived even from 10m height. It is even thrown on the stairs from a height and was found without any damage. It passes the durability test with flying colors if we see its concrete test where the phone was working after going through a massive hammer hit. Considering the durability test results, the smartphone proves its mettle. It is not only a daily driver for normal users but can be a good replacement for construction workers or outdoor workers.
Ulefone Armor 11T 5G is IP68, IP69K certified smartphone which confirms waterproof, shockproof, and dustproof abilities. The presence of a thermal imaging camera and 5G support enhances its functionality.
The smartphone features MediaTek Dimensity 800 SoC, 5200 mAh battery with support for wireless charging, NFC support, Dual-SIM technology, 48MP primary camera, 6.1-inch waterdrop display, and Android 11. Ulefone Armor 11T 5G is a useful device carrying excellent specifications.
The smartphone is on sale via AliExpress for the price of $499.99. The interested users can know more about the device by heading over to the official website.
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