Ulefone Armor X6 Pro Unlocked Smartphone – Android 12 OS, Quad-Core Processor 4GB RAM & 32GB ROM, 13MP Main Camera, 4000mAh Battery, 5.0-inch Screen, Dual SIM 4G Rugged Cell Phones (Orange)
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QUAD-CORE & 4+32GB RUGGED PHONE: Ulefone Armor X6 Pro unlocked smartphone equipped with MediaTek quad-core CPU, up to 2.0GHz frequency, with 4GB RAM and 32GB ROM, which can run multitask, movies watching, and games playing, also support to add one more 128GB TF Card, you can get more space for precious files, photos, music and etc.
13MP MAIN CAMERA SMARTPHONE: Ulefone Armor X6 Pro cell phone features a 13MP rear main camera, the dual flash insist to present high quality images even in miserably low light. A front-facing 5MP camera for face unlock and beautiful, natural selfie.
UNDERWATER CAMERA MOBILE: The underwater camera mode of Ulefone Armor X6 Pro rugged smartphone can be able to catch wonderful memories while swimming or other activities under the water. Kindly Reminder: Wear and tear for daily use or serious drops may weaken or invalidate the phone waterproofing.
4000MAH BATTERY RUGGED CELL PHONE: Ulefone Armor X6 Pro unlocked cell phone adopts robust 4000mAh Li-polymer battery with aerospace-grade cells, supports 430 hours standby time and up to 13 hours talk time.
5.0-INCH DISPLAY UNLOCKED PHONE: Ulefone Armor X6 Pro cheap rugged cell phone features 5.0-inch HD display, adopts high rigidity glass with outstanding optical performance, making the screen scratch-proof, shatter-proof and presenting you stunning images.
NFC & GOOGLE PAY UNLOCKED SMARTPHONE: The NFC function is necessary feature for any phones, including Ulefone Armor X6 Pro phone, which can serve you to make payment, open doors, take a bus etc.. Working by Google Pay, please refer to the official instructions of Google Pay for available countries and regions.
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