Google announces its next version of Android at the Google I/O Event that takes place around May and releases the final version around September of the same year. Android 10 is the latest version of Android OS and was released back in September bringing many new features like system-wide dark theme, improved privacy controls, new gesture navigation, native desktop mode, etc., offering a simple and smarter UX. Recently, Ulefone revealed that they will launch the world’s first Android 10 rugged phone soon by the name Armor X7.
According to the revealed information, Armor X7 will be powered by a 12nm quad-core processor backed by 2GB RAM and 16GB of internal storage. As you can imagine, it should be an affordable rugged phone, perfect for casual use. In addition, there will be a 13MP rear camera and a 5MP selfie shooter, enough to capture photos and videos of adequate quality.
Also, judging from the low-consumption hardware, the large 4000mAh battery will be enough for more than a day of full use. Of course, it supports all the usual features that almost all Ulefone phones come with like face and fingerprint unlock, NFC with Google Pay, dual-SIM/dual-standby, global network bands, etc.. Lastly, being a rugged phone means IP68/IP69K certifications and durable chassis.
Long story short, the Armor X7 will be a value for money model. If you are interested in it, you can visit their official website for more details.