Ulefone Demonstrates Armor 3W & Armor 3WT Performance: Video


The Ulefone Armor 3W and Armor 3WT are the company's newest handsets. Ulefone has been promoting these phones ever since they've become official, and a new video has just arrived.

This time around, Ulefone decided to show off the performance of these two phones. Just to be clear, the Armor 3W and 3WT are almost identical.

There is only one difference between these two phones

The only difference between these two phones is the fact the Armor 3WT supports walkie-talkie capability. It comes with an external antenna which can be hooked up to the phone.


The two devices are completely identical in every other way. That goes for both the design, and specifications. Having said that, these provided videos has a duration of about two minutes, and is embedded down below.

In this video, you can see the phone being placed in a water bowl, while it is running benchmarks. The Armor 3W and 3WT are IP68/IP69K certified, which means they offer pretty solid water and dust resistance.

The Armor 3WT managed to score 136,051 points on AnTuTu, and 2,810 points on AI Benchmark 3. This only shows that this is a mid-range phone, which is fueled by the Helio P70, by the way. That goes for both devices, of course.


In this video, Ulefone's employee opens quite a few applications, to show you how fast this phone can load them. The Ulefone Armor 3W and 3WT gaming performance is also shown in the video.

6GB of RAM, 64GB of storage & 10,300mAh battery

The Ulefone Armor 3W and Armor 3WT include 6GB of RAM and 64GB of internal storage. These two phones are actually quite good for gaming, as they include a massive battery on the inside.

The two devices feature a 10,300mAh battery, which supports 18W fast charging. MTK PE+ 2.0 fast charging is supported on the two devices.


Both of these phones feature a 5.7-inch fullHD+ display, and a 21-megapixel rear-facing camera. An 8-megapixel front-facing camera is also included, as is facial scanning.

The Armor 3W and Armor 3WT do come with a fingerprint scanner, and support dual 4G with VoLTE. An NFC chip is also included, as is Android 9 Pie.

Neither of these two phones is available at the moment. Ulefone did say that the pre-order period will kick off next week, though. We still do not know how much will these phones cost, but we'll find out soon.