Ulefone Power Armor 14 is a 10,000 mAh battery-resistant phone

by Jerry

Ulefone unveiled a tough new phone in the fall. Known as Ulefone Power Armor 14, the smartphone draws attention to the 10,000 mAh battery in its intermediate data sheet. In addition, the phone brings certifications to attest to its resistance, triple camera 20 megapixels and Android 11 factory.

The launch follows the same line as other models from the manufacturer, such as the Power Armor 13, released in July. The smartphone has a 6.52-inch screen with HD+ resolution and is surrounded by a material that promises to ensure you more resistance. In addition, MIL-STD,810G, IP68 and IP69K certifications are present.

Ulefone’s cell phone also encompasses other features that can help and add to the routine of those who like extreme sports, for example. This is the case of a button on the side that can be set up for emergencies, activate the flashlight, take photos, open apps and more. There is also a fingerprint reader on the side to unlock the screen.

There are other highlights in the Power Armor 14 data sheet. Among them is the 10,000 mAh battery with 18-watt wired and 15-watt wireless recharge support. In charge of comparison, the component is equivalent to about three batteries of the iPhone 13, which was homologated by Anatel with 3,227 mAh at the end of September, together.

The spec list also features the MediaTek Helio G35 processor, 4 GB RAM, and 64 GB storage expandable up to 1 TB. Behind, there is the 20 megapixel triple camera system with sensors for macro and to capture the depth of field. The front camera, for selfies and video calls, has 16 megapixels.

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