Ulefone Armor 5: The Pre Launch Review

Ulefone is now launching a new model in its Armor series – Armor 5. The Armor series is famous for its 4G smartphone models with IP68 certified body and other appealing features. Most of the Armor models have a USB cable along with a small screwdriver and a 2-pin plug. We are expecting these features in Armor 5 too.

The specifications are –

 

Area Specification
Display: 5.85-inch, 1512X720 FHD, 18:9 All screen
Processor: Helio P23 Octa-Core
RAM: 4 GB
Storage: 64 GB
Camera: 13 MP + 16MP /5 MP
Battery: 5500 mAh
OS: Android 8.1 Oreo
Identification: Fingerprint ID/Face ID

The body is expected to be a blend of metal and rubber, like the other models like Armor 2s and Armor T. This is a compulsory feature to protect the phone from a few knock-outs here and there. Due to these thick rubber casings, the charging USB is a little longer. The color of this model will be out, once Ulefone officially launches the brochure.

 

The phone has 18:9 screen ratios with 5.85-inch high definition screen. The resolution of the screen goes up to 1512 X 710 in cell. The resolution could have been better, but it is not that bad either. The screen is quite big though. Just like its predecessors, Armor 5 can also have a waterproof and dustproof body with an IP68 certification.

 

Armor 5 is embedded with a MediaTek-Helio P23 chip, having an octa-core processor. This processor has amazing camera technology along with latest graphics hardware and amazing CPU speed. This processor has the benefit of CorePilot 4.0 that observes all the tasks around CPU and GPU, optimizing the power usage and increasing the performance. It has 4GB RAM + 64 GB storage space, which I think is a lot considering the data needs of customers. When it comes to the operating system, this model is intact with Android 8.1 Oreo.

 

Apart from these features, Armor 5 is also embedded with fingerprint and face Identification technology. Drawing comments on its efficiency in dim light and swift response technology will be too early. This device has a decent combination of a primary dual camera that is 16MP + 5MP. The secondary camera is 13MP which is quite a good configuration. The battery, however, has an average capacity of 5500mAh, which clearly means that its performance is nowhere close to Armor T.

 

Initial Review – In a niche full of smartphones, Ulefone is a decent performer. The Armor 5 comes with a promise of surprising you with its amazing Helio processor, with 4GB of RAM and 64GB internal storage. Apart from the average battery life, nothing can be conspicuously pinpointed regarding its performance and features. When in the market, this model is worth giving a try and is completely ensures the value for money.

 

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