The Ulefone Armor 12 5G is one of the company’s newest smartphones. Ulefone released a ton of information about the device thus far, and the latest of which shows us the Ulefone Armor 12 5G being assembled in the factory.
The Ulefone Armor 12 5G factory assembly process shown in a 1-minute video
Ulefone released a new video to show us the process. That video is embedded below the article, and has a duration of around 1 minute. It shows the phone’s assembly process, and gives us a glimpse of its testing process as well.
Ulefone says that it wanted to give its consumers, and potential consumers, a chance to see the entire assembly process of the device. The company did that in the past as well, for some of its previous devices.
The Ulefone Armor 12 5G is a compelling rugged smartphone. The device does look nice for a rugged phone, and it’s lighter than most other rugged devices, despite the fact it has a huge battery.
This handset supports wireless charging & 5G
The phone includes a 5,180mAh battery, and it actually offers 15W wireless charging for that battery. It also supports 18W wired charging via a Type-C USB port.
A 6.52-inch display is included on the phone as well, as is a waterdrop display notch. The MediaTek Dimensity 700 fuels the device, and it enables it to connect to 5G networks.
The phone is also equipped with 8GB of RAM and 128GB of internal storage. A 48-megapixel main camera is included on the back, and backed by three additional cameras, plus a front-facing one.
Android 11 comes out of the box, while the phone has dual HiFi speakers, which are rear-facing. You can also listen to the FM radio on this phone, without the need to hook up a headset to it.
The first batch of Ulefone Armor 12 5G units will ship out on September 15, said the company, for those of you who pre-ordered the phone.