Ulefone Deals

Ulefone Deals & Offers

102 deals2,855 comments
Ulefone Power 6 Android 9.0 Helio P35 Octa-core 6350mah 6.3" 4GB 64GB 16MP face ID NFC 4G LTE £94.62 @ Ulefone Official AliExpress
207° Expired
Posted 13th Aug 2020Posted 13th Aug 2020
Ulefone Power 6 Android 9.0 Helio P35 Octa-core 6350mah 6.3" 4GB 64GB 16MP face ID NFC 4G LTE £94.62 @ Ulefone Official AliExpress£94.62£157.7040% offAliExpress Deals
Good price, I prefer their armoured ones personally but if you want a normal one this is a great spec.
Sprintz

Hi has anyone noticed app notifications not coming through on the ulefone? Do not disturb is particularly frustrating! Thanks in advance

kieferrocks

Thanks so much mate. Honestly I gave up and sent it back for a refund and bought a Samsung instead (lol) thanks for your help.

Roger_Irrelevant

Just found this, might be something to do with Google licensing on that device, there might be a workaround by sideloading Google Play Services: https://www.wired.co.uk/article/huawei-appgallery-android-open-source

kieferrocks

Thank you. I have tried all of the above and no joy 😪.

Roger_Irrelevant

Not sure, rooting is quite hardcore I think though, before that I'd try stuff like 1) Clear cache/uninstall WhatsApp 2) Try installing an older version 3) Wireless Update, make sure you're on latest 4) Factory reset Double check all your permissions settings, it could be some have been switched off https://www.hardreset.info/devices/ulefone/ulefone-note-7/faq/faq/app-notification-ulephone/ (y)

Ulefone Armor 9 Thermal Imaging 6.3" Rugged 8/128Gb Android 10 Helio P90 64MP 3.5mm Endoscope - £376.51 @ AliExpress/ULEFONE Official Store
159° Expired
Posted 6th Aug 2020Posted 6th Aug 2020
Ulefone Armor 9 Thermal Imaging 6.3" Rugged 8/128Gb Android 10 Helio P90 64MP 3.5mm Endoscope - £376.51 @ AliExpress/ULEFONE Official Store£376.51£470.6420% off Free P&P FreeAliExpress Deals
Ulefone Armor 9 Thermal Camera Rugged Phone Android 10 Helio P90 Octa-core 8GB + 128GB Mobile Phone 6600mAh 64MP Camera Smartphone Check this bad boy out. Ulefone have a history o… Read more
Anthonis

(lol) I wasn't, I stated facts. Good with your diddly squat knowledge (y)

speckle

Hmm... well it was either a bit of brand snobbery or prejudice against chinese brands. I chose to plump for the kinder of the two. There are poor quality and good quality brands from all countries. To lump them together is just ignorant. customer service of course may be an issue if there isn't a UK number to call, but that's just location. If the item is a high enough quality for the price, you aren't going to need customer services anyway. Each to their own certainly, but if you slate something whilst knowing absolutely diddly squat about it, then you can expect to be pulled up on it. Stick to what you know by all means but don't mouth off about perfectly decent brands. And don't do the patronising 'mate' either. It doesn't show you in a good light.

Anthonis

Listen mate expressing views and opinion has nothing to do with brand snobbery, no need for your judgement of personalities ok? As I said experiences might differ with every person. I told my view about it. Yet CAT is not expensive if you compare it to flagship brands which wont even replace screen if you smashed it! I owned different cheaper brands in rugged category and they all did not survive long or had some serious usability issues. Again your usage might differ to my usage, clumsiness is part of human nature. In my job thermal imaging camera was handy tool to have. So considering amount of these Chinese rugged phones died on me I decided to buy CAT as just released S60 had flir camera on it (camera on its own is around £300). Yet it was only £600 phone but with 24month free collect/deliver and screen repair warranty and dedicated customer service/support. Whilst specs were not brilliant, but it was solid phone (still is actually). Its been dropped hundreds times in industrial/construction sites, fallen out of pockets etc, hit few times with tools whilst in pocket, kid was playing on it dropping all over house etc, Covered in oil as used as torch during work etc. Had bumps, scuffs, discolouration all overs. Protective meshes started peeling off due to oil and other chemicals getting onto it. All I had to do is email ask for new ones and had them sent to me free of charge no problem. Again I did not say than Ulefone is bad brand, I said keep in mind that customer support and warranty might be important factor if it goes wrong (for people like me). Every person has different needs, beliefs and priorities, but fact is simple here Ulefone is nowhere near warranty level as CAT. Yet if company is only giving short limited warranty that already tells you something isn't it? If you want to rely on luck that's fine, but there is a reason why people tend to buy as example washing machine with 5 year warranty. As example Richersounds offer 6 year warranty on their tv's etc. Its all about peace of mind that within warranty length you wont have unexpected expenditures due to failure. For me £300 over year period for phone is saving as I could kill £600 easily within year. Nothing to do with brand snobs etc, as if there would be something on the market available with similar spec and decent warranty I would definitely try it. ;) I have plenty Xiaomi devices too and quite happy with them. But Xiaomi does have UK office as they understand market needs. When we talk about devices for like £100 doubt anyone is bothering with warranty as knows you can buy another one soon. Will tell you some more thermal imaging camera uses quite a lot resources so cpu clocks maxing out raising overall temperature. Its basically like playing games on your phone. Imagine now I need to use camera every day for 1 hour... As phone is "sealed" heat does not dissipate as fast so you expose battery to high temperatures. Essentially over length of time battery looses its capacity. Hence why warranty is important as after a year you saving battery replacement cost and its done within official dealer. There is a reason why CAT is so popular within industries not to mention their business phone rental side. They are interested in long term contracts so customer support is priority there. Also CAT creates jobs here so at least I contribute somehow here. They listen to customer needs, where Ulefone just copies and polishes look to make it more appealing. Nothing wrong with that but whilst there is no service dedication to UK from Ulefone it's just not for me (y) https://www.mobilenewscwp.co.uk/News/article/reloaded-bullitt-relies-keen-aim-come-back-bang https://www.catphones.com/en-gb/news-and-stories/european-businesses-say-mobile-phones-are-too-fragile/

speckle

Well, unless you are going for the very latest model, then you have the reviews / industry reviews to give you an idea of quality. I did all the research first and it paid off. I could not have bought the equivalent CAT with the same specs for the same price. Some of us don't have the money to buy certain brands. I'm not a highly paid engineer. I'm just a clumsy person who was looking for good value and a solid phone that would last more than a year, with a fast enough internet to function well whilst out and about and a decent battery and memory. My Ulefone Armor was spot on for my needs. You don't need 24 month warranty via the brand anyway, you can always do that via a 3rd party, if you think it is worth it to do so. At £107.58 for IP68 3GB+32GB Ulefone Armor Smartphone 4.7" 4G Octa Core Android 6.0 Cellphone (3.5 years ago when this was v. good spec), it really wasn't worth getting an extended warranty. And I was right, 3.5 years with no problems. If I splashed out on the Armor 9, then yes, I would consider extended warranty. You can stick with your brand snobbery if you like, but I know from experience that Ulefone Armor is a good brand and model.

Anthonis

Well every situation might be different so experiences might be different. All I am saying that whilst product is looking good on paper do not forget actual support and service ;) None of my CAT has been smashed yet, but CAT is the only manufacturer at the moment who offers free screen replacement to prove they stand for quality and name. Warranty service is spot on (week turnaround) I did not have to spend a penny on it (battery was holding only half day). Times are obviously changing and Chinese brands do offer competitive products now but customer service is still lacking. If Ulefone would have UK based customer support/repair etc then well would be worth considering. Like I said skeleton frame looks similar to CAT so well could have same quality, but warranty is grey area with Ulefone. CAT 24 month warranty, plus you buy extended warranty, free screen repair etc. Yes you pay more for the phone, but you also get more security for peace of mind. (nerd)

Ulefone Armor 7E 4G Smartphone £180.18 Delivered using code @ Gearbest
68° Expired
Posted 7th May 2020Posted 7th May 2020Shipping from ChinaShipping from China
Ulefone Armor 7E 4G Smartphone £180.18 Delivered using code @ Gearbest£180.18£21215% offGearBest Deals
Good price when using the attached code. For those that want a more rugged phone, the Armor series from Ulefone always get a mention, and the specs seem quite impressive on this co… Read more
Sprintz

Hi has anyone noticed app notifications not coming through on the ulefone? Do not disturb is particularly frustrating! Thanks in advance

kieferrocks

Commenting on old posts here but wondering if anyone can help me, I bought my daughter a ulefone note 7p but I am having real issues with whatsapp messages not delivering and not being seen until the app is opened. I have changed all the usual settings to try and change this but its still not working. I have read some forums explaining that I may need to root the phone? Any help would be appreciated. TIA

coldo

I have the Ulefone Armour 5s . Use it for hillwalking and cycle tours , been a great solid phone . Rugged , waterproof , it's a heavy bugger but has a big battery . NFC , wireless charger and s fairly decent camera

Lexeus

Anyone have any experience with this phone?

Ulefone Armor X6 IP68 Rugged Waterproof Smartphone 2GB + 16GB £54.10 @ Ulefone / Aliexpress
67° Expired
Posted 24th Dec 2019Posted 24th Dec 2019
Ulefone Armor X6 IP68 Rugged Waterproof Smartphone 2GB + 16GB £54.10 @ Ulefone / Aliexpress£54.10AliExpress Deals
Doesn't seem like a bad price for a backup phone for cycling / outdoors etc. There's a small 78p coupon which should knock it down to this price. Full specs on page, but a few key … Read more
Sprintz

Hi has anyone noticed app notifications not coming through on the ulefone? Do not disturb is particularly frustrating! Thanks in advance

Roger_Irrelevant

If you want CS buy an Apple or Samsung for £700. This is the battery on my Armor T3, no complaints here. (y)

LadyEleanor

3G only. Best avoided!

dsuperhero

Crap phone my camera stopped working and battery didn't last long, customer service is awful.

AzeemB

You can buy a rugged case for lots of phones, might be a better option for some.

Newsletter
Deal Alerts!
Want the hottest deals in your inbox?
Subscribe to receive an overview of the hottest deals posted each day.
hotukdeals
hotukdeals 
Mobile Phone, Ulefone Note 7 (2019) £59.98 Sold by Mobile Trading - UK and Fulfilled by Amazon
-196° Expired
Posted 22nd Dec 2019Posted 22nd Dec 2019
Mobile Phone, Ulefone Note 7 (2019) £59.98 Sold by Mobile Trading - UK and Fulfilled by Amazon£59.98Amazon Deals
Looking at the Motorola g7 phone and looked around for the cheapest smartphone and saw this. £60 phone / camera / waterproof, just what I want. Here is some of the blurb...; Mobi… Read more
Sprintz

Perhaps when the next big system update comes along this might be remedied. Do you have a smart watch?

Mr.Mac

I have lost my gmail update and can't read emails. I have to log in and that still not working. I know my detail too.

Sprintz

Hi has anyone noticed app notifications not coming through on the ulefone? Do not disturb is particularly frustrating! Thanks in advance

ShamWow

No 5g, not worth it (:I

xx123

This wouldn't even be worth for it for £30.

Ulefone Note 7P Dual SIM 32GB + 3GB Smartphone Unlocked £79.99 @ Double-Mobile & Fulfilled By Amazon
328° Expired
Posted 30th Nov 2019Posted 30th Nov 2019
Ulefone Note 7P Dual SIM 32GB + 3GB Smartphone Unlocked £79.99 @ Double-Mobile & Fulfilled By Amazon£79.99Amazon Deals
Seems like decent specs for the price, 3gb ram and 32gb storage in a £79.99 phone is good in my eyes, fingerprint sensor as well. Features & details 💫3GB RAM+32GB … Read more
johnrchilds

Antutu only really matters depending on what you use it for. The ki score is 7.2, from kimovil which suggests it is decent enough, is usually the best guide. A older processor from a higher spec phone will usually outperform a newer mid range or budget one, BUT the shift in tech will often counterbalance that - like depth effect as an example. It's 60 quid on gearbest ATM.

deleted123925

I havent had this ulefone but i had the ulefone x and was fantastic phone and quality a brand i deffo trust

jameshothothot

My lg g5 is getting temperamental so looking forcheap replacement as only cost me 129 on ebay a couple of years ago https://www.cena-vykon.cz/porovnani/lg-g5-h850-vs-ulefone-note-7p/ Shows the antutu score of this is circa 50k vs 150k for lg g5. Maybe you can compare your current phone. Good ram is nice but processor is putting me off for mysef but wiuld be good for light users

MrSwitch

Sounds like a plan (lol)

deleted2202525

Had the ulefone 1 and 2 and both brilliant. Would recommend the 1 as it has an IR blaster. Great for turning the tv off in a pub when a goal kick is about to happen. Always cracks me up (y)