Ulefone Power Armor 14 Pro MediaTek Helio G85 review
1. Overview - official specifications and unboxing photos
2. Design - build, materials, design highlights, dimensions, controls layout, photos
3. Software - Android 12, user interface, Settings menu, and default apps
4. Connectivity - network bands, SAR, wireless connectivity, satellite positioning
5. Performance - MediaTek Helio G85 information and performance benchmarks
6. Cameras - software, 20MP Sony IMX350 main, 2MP GalaxyCore GC02M2 macro, 8MP depth-sensing rear cameras, and the 16MP Sony IMX481 selfie camera, sample photos and video
7. Battery - 10000 mAh capacity, 18W fast charger, 15W wireless charging, battery life tests
A MediaTek Helio G85 chipset ticks under the hood of the Power Armor 14 Pro. Built on the 12nm process, it houses an octa-core CPU with two 2.0GHz Cortex-A75 cores and six 1.8GHz Cortex-A55 cores. An ARM Mali-G52 2EEMC2 GPU clocked up to 1GHz manages the graphics department. The smartphone arrives with 6GB of LPDDR4X RAM and 128GB of storage that can be expanded via a microSD card. Of those 128GB, 113GB are available to the user.
The Helio G85 chipset is not very widely used. The performance of the Helio G85 is close to another MediaTek SoC - the Helio P90. The results of our benchmarks running on the Power Armor 14 Pro also bear this out. Our review unit scored 204,641 points in AnTuTu 8 and 254,211 points in AnTuTu 9. The Geekbench 4 results also put it close to the performance of devices based on the Qualcomm Snapdragon 820, MediaTek Helio X20, and X25 chipsets. Geekbench 5 results also show similar performance to the Helio P90.