Ulefone Armor 3T Gets Run Over By Car Multiple Times: Video

The Ulefone Armor 3T is the company’s newest smartphone, and Ulefone is trying to prove to you that the phone is extremely durable via a new video that has just surfaced on YouTube. This video has a duration of about two minutes, and in it, the company basically decided to run over the phone by a car. In the video, the device got run over by a car in regular conditions and in heavy rain, while the company also stacked several Ulefone Armor 3T units one next to the other and ran over them several times in order to prove their ruggedness.

Being run over by a car is not a small thing, and it seems like the Ulefone Armor 3T is able to handle that without a problem, which makes it highly unlikely that you’ll break the phone during your regular day. This handset comes with both IP68 and IP69K ratings, while it is also MIL-STD-810G rated, which basically means it has a military-grade rating. Now, in addition to being a truly durable, rugged phone, this handset also comes with a huge 10,300mAh battery, and it also sports walkie-talkie functionality. The device comes with a rather large antenna which can be mounted on the top, and using it, you can use the Ulefone Armor 3T as a walkie-talkie, no matter where you are.

The Ulefone Armor 3T’s 5.7-inch HD+ display is protected by a layer of Corning Gorilla Glass 5, while the phone is fueled by the Helio P23 64-bit octa-core processor, MediaTek’s mid-range processor. The device also comes with 4GB of RAM and 64GB of storage, while an NFC chip is built into it as well. Android 8.1 Oreo comes pre-installed on the Ulefone Armor 3T, while the phone also supports facial scanning, and sports a 21-megapixel camera on the back. The Ulefone Armor 3T is currently listed on Indiegogo, and it’s discounted by 30-percent during its pre-order period, so if you’re looking to save up some cash, act fast, a purchase link is included down below.

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