Ulefone has just released a new promo video for its newly-announced Ulefone Armor 3T smartphone. The promo video that you can check out below this article will show you how the 10,300mAh battery fares. Now, the company started this test with the Ulefone Armor 3T’s battery set at 71-percent, for some reason. The company then fired up the Ulefone Armor 3T’s walkie-talkie functionality, which is one of its main selling points, and let it be active for an hour, while the display stayed powered on as well. The Ulefone Armor 3T’s battery dropped from 71-percent to 65-percent, which is not half bad considering that walkie-talkie functionality can take up quite a bit of battery on regular phones, not to mention that the display was powered on as well.
The Ulefone Armor 3T was announced quite recently, and its walkie-talkie functionality is its main selling point, along with its rugged design, and a huge 10,300mAh battery. As you can see in the provided video, you will need to attach a rather large antenna to the phone in order to use it as a walkie-talkie, but that antenna is removable, so you can use this phone as a normal device as well. The Ulefone Armor 3T is both IP68 and MIL-STD-810G certified, so not only is it resistant to both water and dust, but it’s also quite rugged, it can take a fair amount of abuse. In terms of specs, this phone is not exactly a slouch either. The phone sports 4GB of RAM and 64GB of storage, while it comes with a 5.7-inch fullHD+ display. The Ulefone Armor 3T comes with a 21-megapixel rear-facing camera, and a 16-megapixel front-facing one, while it features both a fingerprint scanner, and facial scanning.
For those of you who are interested, you should know that the Ulefone Armor 3T is available for pre-order on Indiegogo as we speak, and you can get a 30-percent discount if you hurry up, as the phone is discounted during the pre-order period. You can now get the Ulefone Armor 3T for only $299, while its original price point is $429.
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