Ulefone has just released yet another promo video for its rugged Armor 6 smartphone, this time around the company is showing off the phone’s GPS in action, while it is also comparing it with a built-in navigation system in a car. This video has a duration of about a minute, and for the most part, it will show you how you can use the Armor 6 smartphone in order to navigate a city, using the Google Maps application. Ulefone also noted that the Armor 6 supports both GLONASS and Beidou, and that it can navigate you even while you’re in a tunnel without a problem, as it offers quite a strong signal. In any case, this video is embedded down below, for your convenience, so check it out if you’re interested.
The Ulefone Armor 6, for those of you who missed the memo, is the company’s newest rugged offering in the “Armor” series. The device comes with both IP68/IP69K and MIL-STD-810G ratings, which essentially means that it is both water and dust resistant, and that it can take a hit, so dropping the phone accidentally probably won’t damage it, the Armor 6 is one tough phone, and that is something you’ll realize the moment you lay your eyes on this thing. The Armor 6 is made out of metal, amongst other materials that Ulefone used. The device comes with two vertically-aligned cameras on the back, and a fingerprint scanner that is located below them. In-between those two, you will notice an LED flash, while the device’s bezels are not as thick as you’d think, considering that it’s a rugged phone, which makes it more aesthetically appealing than most other rugged devices out there.
The Ulefone Armor 6 features a large 6.2-inch fullHD+ (2246 x 1080) display, with a display notch, while it is fueled by the Helio P60 64-bit octa-core processor. The phone comes with 6GB of RAM and 128GB of storage, while you will also find a 5,000mAh battery on the inside, a battery which is not removable. Speaking of which, wireless charging is available here, and we’re looking at 10W fast wireless charging. An NFC chip is also a part of the package, while 21 and 13-megapixel cameras are included on the back of this phone. The Armor 6 can scan your face in order to unlock the device, as it has the facial scanning function, for which it utilizes its front-facing camera. Ulefone also notes that the device offers global 4G LTE bands, so it should work in a number of markets out there, though you’ll need to consult the phone’s official specifications in order to make sure it will work with your carrier. The phone is not yet available for purchase, but it will be soon.