To expand the portfolio of rugged cell phones compatible with the fifth generation mobile network, Ulefone introduced the Armor 11 5G on Monday (February 15). It is the first in its category to feature night vision in the camera.
The manufacturer seeks to offer some differentials in sensors with the smartphone, especially for those who want to capture photos and videos at night. Check out the highlights of the new device:
The Armor 11 5G features the high durability that fans of Ulefone’s series are already accustomed to. These include IP68/IP69K and MIL-STD-810G certifications. This way, it can withstand water, dust, and other types of extreme environments.
Like other rugged models, this one also has straight edges, which makes the front part turn into an octagon. The notch that houses the selfie lens is drop-shaped, on a 6.1-inch display. It features a biometric scanner on the side and facial recognition.
As one of its highlights is the presence of five rear cameras. The main one is a 48 MP Sony IMX582. Next is the 20 MP night vision sensor, focused on recording images in low light or at night via infrared. Completing the set are the 13 MP ultrawide, the 2 MP macro, and a sub-camera – probably for depth. There is also a 16 MP front lens.
The configurations still feature MediaTek Dimensity 800 5G chipset, accompanied by 8 GB of RAM and 256 GB of internal storage. To top it off, there is the 5,200 mAh battery and Android 10 as the operating system.