Ulefone Power Armor 16 Pro, the world's new "loudest" smartphone, launches alongside first-gen Ulefone Buds
Move over, AGM H5 and H5 Pro, the Ulefone Power Armor 16 Pro has just launched to take your world's-loudest-smartphone crown. The OEM asserts that its Xiaomi 12S Ultra-esque rear-mounted speaker can out-blast its competitors at up to 122dB, in line with its earlier full-specs teaser.
The Power Armor 16 Pro has debuted alongside considerably less-hyped first-gen TWS earbuds. They are definitely not the ones that fit into the Armor 15, as they have a distinctly AirPod-clone look to them. Ulefone has equipped them with Bluetooth 5.1, touch controls and (in stark contrast to the claims made for the 16 Pro) an IPX4 ingress-protection rating.
They rated for up to 20 hours of playtime in conjunction with their fairly generic-looking, albeit Ulefone-branded, case. Ulefone has yet to release pricing for the accessories; therefore, they can only be acquired as a limited-time free gift with every purchase of the Power Armor 16 Pro for now.
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