The Ulefone Armor 11T is teased as the world's first Android 11 5G phone with thermal imaging
Ulefone's next rugged phone is not only to be rated for a solid-looking build with flat edges and squared-off corners, as well as IP68/IP69K ingress-protection, but for an Android 11-based OS and 5G thanks to its Dimensity 800 processor. The OEM has also thrown official-sounding thermal imaging into this mix.
This gives the Armor 11T no less than 5 rear cameras: 4 "regular" lenses, augmented with a FLIR Lepton sensor with MSX Technology. The heat-maps it should generate would be visible on the 11T's 6.1-inch display, although the OEM has yet to mention anything about its resolution or additional specs.
Ulefone has revealed that its upcoming tough-phone will have 8GB of RAM and 256GB of internal storage. It is also slated to offer tri-fold GPS, NFC, a customizable physical button and a 5,200mAh battery with 10W wireless charging.
Then again, the company is keeping its pricing info in reserve until its June 7, 2021 global release. It has hinted that the Armor 11T might go for a special introductory cost, and will be available in limited pre-order-stage numbers, on that date.