Ulefone Armor 6: a good rugged phone video test autonomy

Recently, DOOGEE company has a three-proof mobile phone super hot, that is Doogee S90. It seems that China’s second-tier brands are increasingly focusing on the Rugged Phone industry. But another one of the most interesting features of Ulefone Armor 6 is its 5,000 mAh battery, which on paper should deliver a longer operating time than traditional mobile phones. According to the manufacturer, it can support the user in “longer adventures”, also thanks to the MediaTek Helio P60 processor, printed at 12-nm and with support for Artificial Intelligence, which allows a 20% higher power consumption than 14-nm processors.

But in ordinary use, how long can the new Ulephone device last? The company has released a video that demonstrates the effectiveness of the terminal in this area. Here we see how Ulefone Armor 6 consumes 35% of the battery capacity after the following operations: one hour of play, one hour of video playback, one hour of music and half an hour of video recording. According to PCMark for Android, in addition, the terminal can be used for 11 hours and 11 minutes non-stop.

Ulefone Armor 6 has obtained IP68, IP69K and MIL-STD-810G certifications, and can therefore withstand intrusions of liquids, dust and shocks and falls from a certain height. The smartphone features a 6.2″ Full HD+ resolution display with notch, two 21 and 13 MP rear cameras, a 13 MP front camera and the battery supports fast charging and wireless recharging. As unlocking methods we have fingerprint sensor and face recognition, with the smartphone supporting global 4G frequencies, NFC, Google Play and has Android 8.1 Oreo.

Finally, let’s take a look at the test video for Armor 6: