Armor 2: Ulefone Second "Rugged" Smartphone Coming To MWC Next Week

Ulefone Armor 2

With MWC few days away, many technology firms has been unraveling what they have in store for the annual event. The latest firm to join the queue is Ulefone, a China-based firm popularly known for its cheap and fairly-priced Android smartphones.

Ulefone last year launched its first "rugged" smartphone dubbed Armor, flaunting IP68 rating with the ability to survive in up to 30 meters deep of water, and a polycarbonate-TPU double-layer body that prevents it from extreme high and low temperature. This year, Ulefone has officially announced that it will be bringing the second edition of the phone to Mobile World Congress in Barcelona from February 27 to March 3.

The Ulefone Armor 2 as named, is the successor of Armor and an upgraded version of it too. While it will still retains its IP68 ability, Ulefone is dumping the polycarbonate-TPU double-layer body for a stronger and a more eye-catching metal-plastic hybrid armor with strengthened outer layer that can resist scratches and dust. The Armor 2 will have a total number of six physical buttons at the sides and a single button below the screen which will also harbour the fingerprint sensor.

Besides the changes made to the overall body design, the Armor 2 will also comes with improved specs in technical sector. It will be powered by MediaTek's latest octa-core processor Helio P25, and there will be 6GB of RAM inside to smoothly handles all games and multitasking. It is unclear yet if it will runs on Android 7.0 Nougat which we believe might be one of its key element to success when it officially make it out.

We should know the full specifications of Ulefone second rugged smartphone and its pricing at MWC next week. Be rest assured that we will be here to bring you all the updates at the event, stay tuned.


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