The Ulefone Armor X rugged smartphone was announced at this year’s Mobile World Congress (MWC) in Barcelona, and it’s one of the more interesting rugged smartphones that have been announced lately. Unlike most (or all) other rugged handsets, the Ulefone Armor X actually sports wireless charging. In addition to that, the device also features an 18:9 display, and its bezels are not exactly thin, but they’re not as thick as bezels on some other rugged phones out there.
Now, the Ulefone Armor X comes with support for Qi wireless charging, which is a standard wireless charging technology that a ton of companies are using these days, basically, if you have a phone that supports wireless charging, it’s almost certainly Qi wireless charging you’re looking at. The company did announce the Ulefone Armor X at this year’s Mobile World Congress, but Ulefone did not share all the info regarding the device. We now know, however, thanks to our source at the company, that the device will sport a 5.5-inch fullHD+ display, which will probably feature 2160 x 1080 resolution, as we were informed that the device’s display will come with an 18:9 aspect ratio. MediaTek’s MT6739 64-bit quad-core processor will fuel the Ulefone Armor X, while the device will pack in 2GB of RAM. 13 and 5-megapixel shooters will be included on the back of the device, while a single 8-megapixel camera will be placed on the front side of the Ulefone Armor X.
Having said that, Ulefone will also introduce a wireless charging pad, though it will not be included in the box with the Ulefone Armor X, you will have to buy it separately, if you want it. It is worth noting that you don’t necessarily need to own Ulefone’s wireless charging pad, as the Ulefone X will support pretty much any Qi charging pad out there. The company’s Qi charging pad will be called the Ulefone UF002, and you will be able to use that wireless charging pad with pretty much any other device that supports Qi charging. Both the Ulefone Armor X and UF002 will become available at the end of this month, in case you’re interested.