Ulefone announced two new smartphones, the Armor 18 and the Armor 18 Ultra. These two devices came in as a successor to the Power Armor 18 and Power Armor 18T, which were launched at the end of last year.
Ulefone Power Armor 18 Ultra and Armor 18T Ultra are official
These latest devices are almost a copy of each other, as they look quite similar. They have the same look as well as the same dimensions. Both devices are rugged; you’ll notice it the moment you see them.
For both devices, the MediaTek Dimensity 7050 SoC provides power. They also support Wi-Fi 6 and have 5G capabilities. Both smartphones have a 6.58-inch fullHD+ display with a refresh rate of 120 Hz.
Additionally, they have 12GB of RAM, but virtual RAM allows for an additional 24GB of RAM. With 512GB of storage available on both devices, you also have plenty of room to save data. Furthermore, microSD extension up to 2TB is achievable.
These two cellphones are internally powered by a 9,600 mAh battery. Undoubtedly, that is a sizable battery pack for these two phones. Additionally, they support 66W wired charging, and the box comes with the charger.
Both devices contain a 108 MP main camera
The primary camera on both devices is 108 megapixels. The Armor 18 Ultra comes with a 5-megapixel macro camera, and the Armor 18T Ultra sports an 8-megapixel ultrawide camera in addition to a 5-megapixel micro lens.
Both smartphones include a 32-megapixel selfie camera. Because of the front-facing camera, both devices have a side-facing fingerprint scanner in addition to facial recognition technology.
A sophisticated temperature sensor is included with the Ulefone Armor 18 Ultra. The device is highly accurate, according to the manufacturer, with an accuracy level of ±0.2°C, and it can measure body temperatures between 35 and 42°C. It can also detect temperatures between -20 and 80°C on a variety of things.
The Ulefone Power Armor 18T Extreme has the ability to image thermally. For thermal imaging, it has the FLIR Lepton 3.5 sensor. Pre-installed with Android 13 on both
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