The company Ulefone, which produces rugged smartphones, introduced the Power Armor 16 Pro. This is a model with a powerful speaker, which is located on the back of the case. It is necessary in case of an emergency, when an SOS signal can be sent through the phone, which will be heard from a long distance.
The maximum volume is 122 dB, which is comparable to the noise of a jackhammer or the sound of a car siren (its usual volume is about 108 dB). According to the manufacturer, this is the loudest smartphone in history.
Also, the device is equipped with a battery capacity of 9600 mAh. With it, Ulefone Power Armor 16 Pro can work 528 hours (22 days) in standby mode, and 320 hours (13 days) in video playback mode.
The smartphone received a 5.93-inch display with HD + resolution and an eight-core MediaTek Helio P22 processor with a clock frequency of 2 GHz. OS — Android 12. There are 16 and 2 megapixel cameras on the back. At the top end there is a flashlight with a brightness of 125 lumens.
The housing complies with IP68/69K standards, which guarantees protection not only against dust and moisture, but also against high pressure and high temperatures. Also declared compliance with the requirements of the military standard MIL-STD-810G.
The price of Ulefone Power Armor 16 Pro is still unknown, as is the launch date of the device.
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