Ulefone Power Armor 14 Pro Screen Features

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


At a first glance, the Ulefone Power Armor 14 Pro has the same display as the non-Pro model. Both use a 6.52-inch IPS screen with an HD+ resolution (720 x 1600 pixels) and an oleophobic coating. However, the display of the Pro version is brighter and "colder". Check our measurements below to see for yourself and here are the measurements we made on the display of the non-Pro model. The detailed Display settings allow you to switch on/off the Dark Theme, Adaptive brightness toggle, the Night Light, choose font size and display size, manage the LED notification light, and the lock screen options. Moreover, from here, you can activate/deactivate the app drawer (launcher settings), the system tray area, and choose a screen color mode. The screen color mode is not related to a dedicated hardware calibration for each mode, it is a simple software solution.

The maximum brightness of the display is 568.838 cd/m2 measured on a fully white screen. Below you will find our usual measurements of the white and black luminance, static contrast ratio, and color temperature of the display taken twice - on a single frame that displays 50% white and 50% black and on two separate frames displaying a fully white and a fully black screen.

A single frame, 50% white / 50% black

Brightness White luminance Black luminance Contrast Color temperature
100 % 425.675 cd/m2 0.321 cd/m2 1387 : 1 > 12000 K
0 % 18.8 cd/m2 0.013 cd/m2 1446 : 1 > 12000 K

Two separate black and white frames

Brightness White luminance Black luminance Contrast Color temperature
100 % 568.838 cd/m2 0.321 cd/m2 1772 : 1 > 12000 K
0 % 25.496 cd/m2 0.008 cd/m2 3187 : 1

> 12000 K

The white and black luminance of the display measured on two separate white and black frames is visibly higher than the white and black luminance measured on one screen that shows 50% white and 50% black. The maximum brightness on a 100% white screen is 568.838 cd/m2 and on a 50% white screen is 425.675 cd/m2. Hence, the static contrast ratio from the measurement on two separate frames is higher than that measured on single frame showing 50% white and 50% black. We deem the second contrast ratio to be more realistic. The temperature of the white point exceeds 12000 K in all types of measurements, including the measurements to detect the display brightness uniformity seen below.

Display brightness uniformity
Position Left Center Right
Top 537.744 cd/m2 / >12000 K 527.839 cd/m2 / >12000 K 515.812 cd/m2 / >12000 K
Center 543.019 cd/m2 / >12000 K 564.187 cd/m2 / >12000 K 550.930 cd/m2 / >12000 K
Bottom 517.950 cd/m2 / >12000 K 520.201 cd/m2 / >12000 K 517.574 cd/m2 / >12000 K

Our brightness uniformity measurement shows that the display is relatively uniformly bright retaining good brightness values across the whole area. The top one-third has an average brightness of of 527 cd/m2. The mid-one-third shows higher white luminance at an average of 550 cd/m2. The bottom one-third is the least bright with an average of 517 cd/m2. The temperature of the white point excedes 12000 K across all parts of the screen.

The CIE diagram shows that the display covers, not perfectly, 100% of the sRGB color space. It demonstrates deviations in the green, yellow, orange, and red color range that's higher than that of the non-Pro model. The display panel has a traditional vertical striped RGB subpixel arrangement.

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