With Android 12, Ulefone Rugged Armor X6 Pro made its debut

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For starters, the new Armor X6 Pro runs on Android 12 this time. Compared to Armor X6 packing Android 9, X6 Pro provides better vision interaction, more comfortable UI changes and plenty of new features. Another conspicuous improvement comes with the storage. Armor X6 Pro brings 4GB of RAM and 32GB of internal storage, spareing two times that of X6 room for storing files, photos, music and others. Besides that, the rear camera now comes with 13MP Sony rear camera. So even the budget rugged model will shoot some nice pictures. And wider global frequency bands are added to the X6 Pro as well, specifically 4G.

Ulefone has recently been in good shape, producing intriguing new models quickly one after the other. like the Armor X10 Pro or Power Armor 14 Pro. These two models improve upon Power Armor 14 and Armor X10 in a nice way, but Ulefone isn’t content to stop there. After all, it has been a very long time since the Ulefone Armor X6 was introduced. As a result, the business has introduced the Armor X6 Pro, the first rugged phone running Android 12. Naturally, with improved specifications. Let’s examine everything together.

Highlights

  • As per Ulefone officials, some parameters of the Armor X6 Pro are inherited from the previous X6 model. Like the 5-inch screensize and the slim and hadny design. The appearance is the same as X6 too, with IP68/IP69K and MIL-STD-810G rugged certifications. Armor X6 Pro is waterproof, dust-proof, shockproof and can endure extremely low and high temperatures. And with a 4000mAh battery, the phone has quite a robust endurance at its disposal. What’s more, face unlock tech enables you to get access to the screen immediately and conveniently. The phone will come in two colors too, orange and black, to choose from.

  • Moreover, the X6 Pro model is now featured with NFC chip supporting shoppingmode Google Pay. And mobile payments will save you the hassle with carrying credit cards or cash around. Other NFC functions are accessible as well. In terms of processor, X6 Pro runs on MediaTek Helio A22 and the chipset is quite good for a budget rugged phone.

With the release of Armor X6 Pro, the Ulefone Armor X series is certainly getting a new contender. The X6 Pro model seems really cost-effective for such a configuration, It shares some similarities with its predecessor, but is equipped with simply better specs. There are also some fresh leaks, that Ulefone will unveil several brand new models soon. So you should pay close attention to Ulefone’s Official Site.

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