Ulefone Armor 8 and 8 Pro Review, Pros and Cons – Ulefone a few days ago launched a decent smartphone known as Ulefone Armor 8 and Armor 8 Pro smartphones, which has the usual high defense statistics. The phone is released on August 2020, with a finely toned body. Unlike the conventional smartphone, Armor 8 is a slightly different alloy device that works well as an entry-level device, except for durability.
Not to be confused, there is a 5g variant also available called the Armor 8 5G. The Ulefone Armor 8 Pro was launched in April 2021, the Armor 8 Pro and Armor 8 phones are completely similar from head to toe, except for the operating system, RAM and internal memory. Even Armor 8 Pro phone has the latest operating system with more RAM and storage, the non-pro model costs more on the market. The design and internal specifications are similar for both smartphones. Let’s start a detailed analysis of the Ulefone Armor 8 and 8 Pro smartphones.
Ulefone Armor 8 and 8 Pro Review
- The phone comes with the IPS LCD technology screen that provides a decent amount of PPI density to improvise a little more resolution.
- The power surge of the entry-level Helio P60 chipset in the phone with normal graphics settings placed on the internal board.
- It has a 5580 mAh battery that is supported by 15 W of fast charging speed.
- The phone costs just $ 140 (10,200 INR) for 64 GB.
Design and Display
The design differs from the traditional way of presenting the phone, as a rough rubber body covering the metallic back panel. At the same time, it somewhat resembles Asus ROG 3. Along with the compact design, the quality of protection is excellent, although it did not have Corning glass, instead of IP68 dust/water resistant up to 1.5m for 30 mins, Drop-to-concrete resistance from up to 1.2 m and compatible with MIL-STD-810G and many more things presented.
With all this, the weight of the phone reaches 282 grams. The second most notab