The Ulefone Armor 15 is one of the newer smartphones from the company, and Ulefone decided to show off its manufacturing process. The company has released a new one-minute video to give you a sneak peek.
Ulefone shows Armor 15 manufacturing process and testing
This video is embedded below. You’ll basically see the phone come together here. You’ll see factory workers assembling Armor 15 units from scratch and testing them along the way.
Ulefone actually funded this project via Kickstarter. The project was obviously a success as the phone reached the mass production stage as you can see in the provided video.
What makes this phone really interesting? Well, apart from it being a rugged phone, it also comes with built-in earphones. Yes, you will find truly wireless headphones inside the device. The phone basically serves as a carrying case for these headphones.
The Ulefone Armor 15 has a 5.45-inch screen, as well as 6 GB of RAM. The MediaTek Helio G35 SoC powers the phone, while Android 12 comes pre-installed on the device.
Balanced speakers are also part of the package
It has a pair of balanced stereo speakers and includes 128GB of storage. 12 and 13 megapixel cameras are installed on the rear of the device, while a single 16 megapixel camera is included on the front.
There is a fingerprint scanner on the device, while the phone also supports face scanning. A 6600mAh battery is also included, while the phone is IP68/IP69K certified. In other words, it is waterproof, shockproof and dustproof.
On top of all that, the device is also MIL-STD-810G certified, which means it can take a beating too. It looks like a rugged device though, so don’t expect razor-thin bezels. It’s worth noting that a pair of headphones is also included, so that’s another reason. Ulefone did a very good aesthetic job, however.