Huge battery, IP68/IP69K and MIL-STD-810H certifications: Ulefone will present the Armor Pad 3 Pro tablet (photo)

April 22, 2024  12:02

The Chinese company Ulefone will soon introduce a new rugged tablet called Armor Pad 3 Pro, which not only has a high degree of protection that meets military standards, but also an impressive 33,280 mAh battery. And the device looks very stylish.

According to GSMArena, thanks to a huge battery that supports fast charging up to 66 W, the tablet can last up to 1812 hours in standby mode and up to 181 hours (about 7.5 days) in active use. Moreover, it can be used as an external power source thanks to the reverse wired charging function.

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The tablet will be equipped with a 10.36-inch screen with a refresh rate of 60 Hz and a brightness of 500 nits. Additional characteristics have not yet been disclosed.

The Armor Pad 3 Pro will use a MediaTek MT8788 chip as a processor, complemented by 8 GB of LPDDR4X RAM and a built-in 256 GB UFS 2.2 storage expandable up to 2 TB using a microSD card. The tablet will have two cameras - a main 50-megapixel and a front 32-megapixel.

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Important additions include 1,100 lumen hiking lights built into the rear panel, as well as support for HDMI, 3.5mm miniJack, fingerprint scanner and NFC. The tablet body meets IP68/IP69K standards and MIL-STD-810H military standard. The device weighs about 1.2 kg - and this, perhaps, can be called its only disadvantage.

In addition to the standard equipment, the Ulefone Armor Pad 3 Pro will come with a screwdriver and a special strap for easy holding.

The new product will be available for about $300, and it will go on sale May 13th.

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