Ulefone Power Armor 14 pro Network Connectivity 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

Networks, calls and connectivity, SAR

The hybrid, dual Nano-SIM tray of the Ulefone Power Armor 14 Pro can be found on the left frame. It can be easily open with your fingernails, a guitar pick, or anything similar. The tray has a red rubber sealant to protect it from dust and water. The model supports 2G GSM (2/3/5/8), 3G WCDMA (1/2/4/5/8), 4G TDD-LTE (38/40), and 4G FDD-LTE (B1/2/3/4/5/7/8/12/13/17/18/19/20/25/26/28A/28B/66) with both cards supporting 4G VoLTE. The SAR values for the smartphone are as follows: EU head - 0.382 W/kg, body - 0.599 W/kg. The wireless connectivity options of the model include Bluetooth 5.0, dual-band Wi-Fi 802.11ac, Wi-Fi Direct, Wi-Fi Hotspot, and Wi-Fi Display. The smartphone also supports NFC and works with GPS, GLONASS, Galileo, and Beidou. Our review unit managed to detect a huge number of satellites with excellent accuracy of up to 1-2 meters. It also has a built-in antenna, which ensures direct radio reception without the need for headphones. The model is further equipped with a USB Type-C port (bottom frame) and a 3.5 mm jack (top frame). Both ports are protected by tightly sealing rubber caps.

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