Undoubtedly, the walkie-talkie function operating as a PPT transceiver within the radio frequency range between 400 – 480 MHz is the main trump card of the Ulefone Armor 20WT, but when it comes to punches, it is worthwhile with the 5.65″ FHD+ panel and the octa-core MediaTek We also want to talk about the features of the rugged phone equipped with a Helio G99 chip and available in a 12/256 GB configuration.
The giant of 381.4 grams, equipped with a stereo speaker and a 10850 mAh battery that can be charged at 33 watts, is IP68 protected and according to the IEC 60529 standard, it will not be damaged by half an hour of immersion in a one and a half meter water column, and it has also been tested to the IP69K standard. It also has MIL-STD-810H certification and can withstand drops of one and a half meters, as well as 24 hours of rest in 1 meter deep (definitely not yet set) concrete.
Ulefone published a teaser video of the Armor 20WT stress test with a 50 megapixel Samsung ISOCELL JN1 rear camera and a 16 megapixel front camera and a detachable antenna for the walkie-talkie function. and reconnecting it five thousand times. The test machines loaded the plugged-in cable (and thus the USB port) from four directions two thousand times, and the phone was dropped five thousand times from a low height, which tests shocks as well as vibrations.
The Armor 20WT was subjected to a bending load test two thousand times and dropped two hundred times from a height of one and a half meters under controlled conditions, gripping the ground at several angles. Finally, the operation of the phone was tested between -20 and 55 degrees Celsius. The specification can be read here, and the Ulefone offer can be added to the cart here.