Ulefone has released a new promo video via its official YouTube channel, and in this one, the company boasts about the battery life on its Armor 3 and Armor 3T smartphones. The video itself has a duration of about a minute, and it shows PCMark running on both devices for almost a full day. The purpose of this is for the app to test the battery life of both devices. Both the Ulefone Armor 3 and 3T have a 10,300mAh battery on the inside, and both were able to show some impressive results in this test.
PCMark was running for 22 hours and 26 minutes on the Ulefone Armor 3, at which point the phone had 20-percent of battery left. It took the Ulefone Armor 3T 23 hours and 5 minutes in order to reach the same 20-percent battery level, for comparison's sake. The company says that it decided to perform this test in order to show its consumers that they will get real road warriors if they purchase either of these two phones, as they can provide its users with far more battery than any of the flagship devices out there. Ulefone claims that the Ulefone Armor 3 and 3T can provide you with three times more usage time than the Galaxy S9 Plus, OPPO Find, or any of the other flagship phones out there, which is not hard to believe considering that the phone has a truly huge battery on the inside, and this test more or less proves Ulefone's statement.
The Ulefone Armor 3 and 3T look basically the same, though the Armor 3T has an option to become a full-fledged walkie-talkie. You can place an antenna on the top of that phone in order to utilize its walkie-talkie functionality. Both devices are IP68/IP69K and MIL-STD-810G certified, while both feature a 21-megapixel camera on the back. These are rugged phones, which come with 4GB of RAM and 64GB of storage. A 5.7-inch fullHD+ display is included on both devices, while both of them ship with Android 8.1 Oreo out of the box. The Ulefone Armor 3 is currently available for purchase via Banggood for $259.99, while the Ulefone Armor 3T was crowdfunded recently, and it is still not available for open purchase, but the company started shipping units to its backers a while back.