List of Android 10 Supported Ulefone Devices

Google introduced Android OS back in 2007 as beta and since then, the Android OS has come a long way in its tenth-generation i.e Android 10 which has million times more features and capability than the first Android 1.0. Ulefone is one of the best smartphone brands in the sector for more than 5 years now. It has a string of devices launched every year starting from 2013 till this year when it has already launched more than 6 smartphones of which, many are running on Android Pie 9.0 while others have Android Oreo 8.1 and Go Edition.

Google introduced the beta version of Android 10 a few months ago and as per the timeline, it already introduced beta updates for all Pixel devices, Essential Phone, and 21 other supporting non-pixel devices. On September 3rd, it made the OS official after renaming it to Android 10. Note that Google will follow the same nomenclature for the successors as well.

The upcoming Android 10 brings plenty of features onboard such as a system-wide Dark Mode similar to iOS 13. It will bring an improved permission-based model where the user will be in full control of services apps are using while the system will monitor and discourage any app from using any service in the background without proper permission. It supports Live Caption that transcribes and shows subtitles of any video supported app such as YouTube with any hassle.

List of Android 10 Q Supported Ulefone Devices

The Android 10 will also bring 5G network support to the table which means it will form a foundation for 5G smartphones to come while support to foldable displays will add an another USP to the OS. It will have a revamped navigation gesture control, face ID authentication for logins, and more.

Ulefone smartphones will also get Android 10 based on their eligibility. Although the phone maker hasn’t officially declared a list of smartphones that will run Android 10, we took the pain to render a list of all Ulefone smartphones and arranged them in the category of high likely and likely to get the update while a separate list of those phones that won’t feature any further updates whatsoever. Let’s dig into the list and find your phone or go through the entire list of Android 10 Supported Ulefone Devices.

Android 10 Features

Digital Wellbeing: Everything from taking insights on what websites you visit and how much time you spend on the phone, Digital Wellbeing with Android 10 allows users to set up time limits even for individual websites. It helps curb the phone addiction with numbers and has plenty of functionalities including Focus Mode and site timers, etc.

Dark Theme: Apart from the usual brightly lit theme, Android 10 comes with a Dark Theme which isn’t something of rocket science to understand. It paints the UI dark and relieves stress that brightly lit displays put on the batteries as well as human eyes.

Gesture-based Navigation: Available as an option around other navigation systems, this particular gesture-based setup uses gestures to do things such as go back, swipe across the left or right edge while to proceed to the home screen, pull the slider on the bottom a bit or pull it straight up to the center of the display vertically to check out app overviews.

Google Play Store System Updates: Unlike previous Android OSes, Android 10 brings a new feature towards updating the smartphones running it. Starting with a few bug fixes and monthly security updates, Google will push these updates via Google Play Store instead of OTA which means you can get the updates faster and download it as you would update an app.

Sound Amplifier: Don’t worry if you are in a crowded place such as on a train or at the station because Android 10 has your back. This feature amplifies the sound and reduces the external noise that could disrupt the listening experience. It also comes with Sound Visualizer in case if you want to tweak the frequencies to get the most of it.

Live Caption: The features transcribes everything from videos to audio files to podcasts to your recordings on your phone at real-time. This is a great feature for those who are lost in the language barrier or those who can’t hear but can read.

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List of Android 10 Supported Ulefone Devices

Here, we have divided the list of Ulefone released in 2019 that are highly likely to get Android 10 while a separate list of smartphones released in 2018 of which, many are likely while there is a list of other smartphones that will cease to get any further updates.

Ulefone P6000 Plus

Ulefone P6000 Plus sports a 6-inch IPS LCD display with MediaTek MT6739 quad-core processor backed with 3GB RAM and 32GB of internal storage. It packs in one of the largest batteries in smartphones i.e. a humongous 6,350 mAh Li-Ion keeps the beast going for hours without any hassle. The device currently runs on the latest Android Pie 9.0 out-of-the-box which means it is highly likely to get Android 10 update at least next year if not later this year unlike other renowned brands although the smartphone maker hasn’t confirmed any list yet.
Status: Eligible
Estimated Date: To Be Announced

Ulefone Armor 6E

Of all the Ulefone smartphones, Armor 6E is a very released in 2019 that supports Android Pie 9.0 either out-of-the-box and available post-launch. It packs in a 6.2-inch display backed by MediaTek Helio P70 octa-core processor bundled with 4GB RAM and 64GB of internal storage. It currently hosts a colossal 5,000 mAh battery. As a phone released in 2019 backed with the latest Android Pie 9.0, it is highly likely that Armor 6E will receive Android 10 without any further ado although the OEM hasn’t discussed any timeline as of now.
Status: Eligible
Estimated Date: To Be Announced

Ulefone Note 7

The Ulefone Note 7 sports a 6.1-inch IPS LCD display with 1GB RAM and runs on MediaTek MT6580 dual-core SoC. It has a 16GB internal storage backed by a 3,500 mAh battery pack. The Ulefone Note 7 runs on a toned-down Android Oreo 8.1 Go Edition OS out-of-the-box which means even if it gets Android 10 update, it will be a Go Edition which we can speculate to arrive after the full-fledged version is launched later this year.
Status: Eligible (GO Edition)
Estimated Date: To Be Announced

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Ulefone S11

Similar to Note 7, Ulefone S11 runs on an Android 8.1 Oreo Go Edition along with 1GB RAM, 16GB internal storage powered by MediaTek MT6580 quad-core processor. The phone has a 6.1-inch water-drop shaped notch with a 3,500 mAh battery powering the device that was launched this year featuring Android Oreo 8.1 Go as aforementioned. This means that if Ulefone is upgrading the S11 with Android 10, it will be a Go version of the upcoming Android OS and we could see it roll out sometime in 2020 if not right away after its August release.
Status: Eligible (GO Edition)
Estimated Date: To Be Announced

Ulefone Power 3L

With a 2GB RAM, 16GB internal storage, Ulefone Power 3L is powered by a powerful MediaTek MT6739 quad-core processor with PowerVR GE8100. The fluid toned-down Android Oreo 8.1 Go Edition that came as an out-of-the-box OS with Ulefone Power 3L is smooth and works really amazing. Being launched in 2019, it is one of the few phones from the brand Ulefone that might receive an Android 10 update although a Go Edition which will be ready sometime in 2020.
Status: Eligible (GO Edition)
Estimated Date: To Be Announced

Ulefone S1 Pro

Next, up, we have Ulefone S1 Pro released the last year 2018 with Android Oreo 8.1 GO Edition out-of-the-box. The device is powered by the same MediaTek MT6739 & PowerVR GE8100 as the Ulefone Power 3L (2019). It has a 5.5-inch IPS display with a resolution of 480 x 960 with 16GB internal storage and 1GB RAM at 667 MHz. Usually, Google supports smartphones with the latest Android updates for two years but may cease supporting with major updates and just leave it with security updates if the smartphone is not compatible with the upcoming OS. As S1 Pro sports a GO Edition of Android Oreo 8.1 when it released, it might get Android 10 GO Edition around mid-2020 if not early.
Status: May or may not receive an update
Estimated Date: To Be Announced

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Ulefone S10 Pro

The S10 Pro runs on a lower 2GB and 16GB of internal storage along with a MediaTek MT6739WA quad-core processor bundled with PowerVR GE8100. The phone was originally launched with Android 8.1 Oreo and since it was launched just last year, there is no doubt that it might get Android 10 update but the OEM hasn’t committed yet so we could be looking at a “may or may not receive update” situation for this phone.
Status: May or may not receive an update
Estimated Date: To Be Announced

Ulefone Armor X2

The next phone from the Ulefone Armor series is the Armor X2 which with a 5.5-inch IPS LCD display with a resolution of 720 x 1440 pixels. It comes with a quad-core MediaTek MT6580 and a dual-core ARM Mali-400 MP2 GPU backed with 2GB RAM and a 16GB of internal storage. With Android 8.1 Oreo out-of-the-box, the Ulefone Armor X2 might or might not get an Android 10 update if it is covered under Android major update which is basically two years post original date of release.
Status: May or may not receive an update
Estimated Date: To Be Announced

Ulefone Armor 6

The Ulefone Armor 6 falls in the premium category thanks to its high-end specifications. The phone packs in an octa-core MediaTek Helio P60 process backed with Mali-G72 MP3 and a 6GB RAM that makes the device a must-have if you are searching for best phones offered by Ulefone. It has a 6.2-inch IPS display backed with a giant 5,00 mAh Li-Po battery and comes with Android 8.1 Oreo and launched back in 2018, we could expect it to get Android 10 update without any hassle.
Status: May receive Android 10 update
Estimated Date: To Be Announced

Ulefone Armor 3T

Next up in the Ulefone Armor series launched in 2018 is the Armor 3T which features a giant 5.7-inch IPS Li-Po display with a 4GB RAM, 64B internal storage, and a MediaTek Helio P23 octa-core processor. With these specifications and an Android 8.1 Oreo out-of-the-box, it is not much of a doubt that it might receive a further Android 10 update which will be its last update if it comes through. The phone is powered by a mind-boggling 10,300 mAh battery which is highest among smartphones without a doubt.
Status: May receive an Android 10 update
Estimated Date: To Be Announced

Ulefone Armor 3

The Armor 3 from Ulefone was introduced last year with a 5.7-inch IPS display with ANdroid Oreo 8.1 out-of-the-box. Powered by a massive 10,300 mAh battery, the device has a MediaTek Helio P23 octa-core processor at a maximum frequency of 2.3 GHz while the RAM is 4GB and the internal storage is 64GB. The Armor 3 is likely to get an Android 10 update sometime in 2020 if not just after the OS is launched in August 2019.
Status: May receive the update
Estimated Date: To Be Announced

Ulefone Power 5S

The next in this explicit list of Ulefone smartphones that may or may not get the upcoming Android 10 update is the Ulefone Power 5S. It comes with a 6-inch IPS display with a 1080 x 2160 pixels resolution powered by a MediaTek Helio P23 octa-core processor. It comes with a massive 13,000 mAh battery pack as it belongs to the Ulefone Power series. Originally released with Android 8.1 Oreo, its 4GB RAM, and 64GB RAM and it’s the launch year 2018, we could speculate that it may receive an update although we will have to wait for the official confirmation.
Status: May receive update
Estimated Date: To Be Announced

Ulefone T2

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Launched last year, Ulefone T2 offers a 6.7-inch notch display with dual-front cameras. It runs on MediaTek Helio P60 processor with 6GB RAM and 128GB internal storage which makes it a high-end smartphone. Originally introduced with ANdroid Oreo 8.1 last year, it is no doubt Ulefone T2 is one of the likely candidates to get Android 10 upgrade although Google and neither Ulefone has officially declared anything yet.
Status: May receive update
Estimated Date: To Be Announced

Ulefone S1

Next in the lineup is Ulefone S1 which is a budget-category 1GB RAM and 8GB internal storage with MediaTek MT6580 quad-core processor and a 3,000 mAh battery that powers it. The phone was introduced with a water-down Android Oreo 8.1 Go Edition which is a lighter variant of standard Android Oreo 8.1. Since it was launched just last year, we could assume that it might receive a Go Edition of Android 10 although we aren’t sure yet.
Status: May or may not receive the update
Estimated Date: To Be Announced

Ulefone Armor 5

Next in this series is the MediaTek Helio P23 and backed by 4+64GB storage configuration, the device made it to the market last year with Android Oreo 8.1. Since Google supports updates for two years, it is likely that Armor 5 might get an Android 10 update as well but we aren’t sure yet.
Status: May receive update
Estimated Date: To Be Announced

Ulefone S9 Pro

Proceeding further, we have Ulefone S9 Pro in this list which might get an Android 10 update as it was lastly introduced with Android 8.1 Oreo. It has a 2+16GB configuration while the MediaTek MT6739 quad-core chipset with PowerVR GE8100 GPU adds another layer of charm to it.
Status: May receive update
Estimated Date: To Be Announced

Ulefone X

The Ulefone X sports a 5.85-inch IPS with iPhone X-like notch display and a MediaTek Helio P23 octa-core processor coupled with 4GB RAM and 64GB storage. The device is in the tow to get Android 10 since it was introduced last year with Android 8.1 Oreo out-of-the-box although there is no official list of supported devices yet.
Status: May or may not receive an update
Estimated Date: To Be Announced

Ulefone Power 5

Ulefone Power 5 supports a giant 13,000 mAh which is basically three times larger than a smartphone with the highest battery capacity in the market. It runs on Helio P23 and has a 6GB+64GB setup. Introduced with Android 8.1 Oreo, it is likely to get an Android 10 update later next year but there’s no confirmation as of now.
Status: May or may not receive an update
Estimated Date: To Be Announced

Ulefone T2 Pro

The next phone in the list is last year’s Ulefone T2 Pro with a notched 6.7-inch IPS display and a 5,000 mAh battery under the hood. It runs on high-end Helio P70 chipset bundled with 8GB RAM and 128GB internal storage and with Android 8.1 Oreo product, it is eligible to get Android 10 update without any hassle although the company hasn’t committed to a specific timeline yet.
Status: May receive update
Estimated Date: To Be Announced

Ulefone Armor X

The Armor X was introduced last year with a quad-core MediaTek MT6739 processor bundled with a configuration of 2GB + 16GB. However, the phone was unveiled with Android 7.0 Nougat out-of-the-box which makes it highly unlikely that it will get Android 10 update anyways.
Status: It will not receive an update

Ulefone Power 3S

The Power 3S gets a more-an-large 6,350 mAh battery with MediaTek Helio P23 octa-core processor backed by 4GB RAM and 64GB internal storage. Since it was originally introduced with Android Nougat 7.1, it is no doubt that it won’t be getting further updates such as Android 10.
Status: It will not receive an update

Ulefone Mix S

The Mix S that was unveiled last year has a giant 5.5-inch IPS display with 720×1280 pixels resolution. The device has a quad-core MediaTek MT6737M processor at 1.2GHz while the GPU has an ARM Mali-T720 MP1 single-core processor paired along with 2GB and 16GB internal storage. AS the phone was launched last year with Android 7.0 Nougat, we can say that it might not get Android 10 update for sure.
Status: It will not receive an update

List of smartphones that won’t get any updates

Released in the Year 2017

  • Ulefone Armor 2S
  • Ulefone Power 3
  • Ulefone T1 Premium Edition
  • Ulefone S7
  • Ulefone Tiger
  • Ulefone Mix 2
  • Ulefone S8
  • Ulefone Tiger Lite
  • Ulefone Gemini Pro
  • Ulefone Power 2
  • Ulefone Armor 2

Released in Year 2016

  • Ulefone Gemini
  • Ulefone GQ3028
  • Ulefone Metal Lite
  • Ulefone U008 Pro
  • Ulefone Armor
  • Ulefone U007 Pro
  • Ulefone Paris Lite
  • Ulefone U007
  • Ulefone Future
  • Ulefone Vienna

Released in the Year 2015

  • Ulefone Power
  • Ulefone Paris X
  • Ulefone Be Touch 3
  • Ulefone Be Pro 2
  • Ulefone Paris
  • Ulefone Be Touch 2

Released in the Year 2014

  • Ulefone Be X
  • Ulefone Be One
  • Ulefone L55
  • Ulefone U5
  • Ulefone U69
  • Ulefone U7

Released In the Year 2013

  • Ulefone U692
  • Ulefone U9592
  • Ulefone P6+
  • Ulefone P6
  • Ulefone U650+
  • Ulefone U650

Why my smartphones are not eligible for an update?

To be honest, Android from Google actually supports every smartphone or at least those with decent specifications are up for two years of Android major updates and almost three years of security updates.

But not that only Pixel and Essential Phones get the Google Android updates right away in its stock mode while many OEMs customize the OS to fit their smartphones. When Google makes its update available for OEMs, it is basically OEM’s task to customize and introduce it via OTA and depending upon the specifications and eligibility of the display, OEMs roll out updates accordingly and note that this might take months to reach even if you have an eligible device.

But if either the phone has actually received two major Android updates or has ceased to get the update within the specified two year support period, your device will be ineligible to get an update. On the other hand, every new Android OS comes with slightly higher requirements which means if your phone is not prepared to support the next OS update, it will be ineligible as well. There are a number of factors that can weigh in when it comes to eligibility such as the specifications of the phone, price range, country (region), etc.

In case your phone is listed in the ‘not eligibility’ section, there are a number of options you can try out such as by installing a custom ROM such as Resurrect OS or LineageOS. You can also upgrade to a newer device from Ulefone to get a renewed Android major update support.

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