Ulefone Power Armor 16 Pro is touted to become the world's loudest smartphone on its launch
Ulefone asserts that it will break smartphone speaker limits in 2022 with the upcoming Power Armor 16 Pro, a smartphone that will also run Android 12 using a battery of over 9,000mAh in capacity. The OEM claims that it will achieve "the highest volume" with 3.5 watts (W) of audio power using an 11.5 cubic centimeter (cc) "sound cavity".
This is because its maker intends to take the (however niche) title of "world's loudest smartphone" from the AGM H5series with the upcoming 16 Pro. Ulefone claims it can blare "HiFi Quality" sound out of its round main speaker to the tune of up to 122 decibels (dB) in volume.
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