The rugged Volla Phone X offers double security with its IP68 dust and water-proof casing and an uncompromising privacy respecting, open source operating system, combined with a unique user experience. The device has a 13 megapixel Sony camera with 2 megapixel macro lens, 64 GB internal memory, a powerful 8-core processor. The bright display and extremely long lasting 6200 mAh battery are perfect for outdoor activities. You can get the device pre-installed with Ubuntu Touch or as a 2nd operating system with the unique multi-boot feature of Volla OS.
Features & Usability
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Essential Feature Support
State: Supported by device maker
Q: What does this port need to get better?
A: Complete the following features:
Automated Usability (beta)
Boots and runs well, essential features work correctly. It can be used as a mobile device running Ubuntu Touch OS. Recommended for advanced users.
Community strength (beta)
- Manual brightness
- Switching between cameras
- Carrier info, signal strength
- Data connection
- Dual SIM functionality
- Incoming, outgoing calls
- MMS in, out
- PIN unlock
- SMS in, out
- Change audio routings
- Voice in calls
- Volume control in calls
- 24+ hours battery lifetime
- 7+ days stability
- Boot into UI
- Hardware video playback
- AppArmor patches
- Battery percentage
- Offline charging
- Online charging
- Recovery image
- Reset to factory defaults
- RTC time
- SD card storage
- Shutdown / Reboot
- Wireless charging
- Wireless External monitor
- Volume control
- MTP access
- ADB access
Confirmed, depending on the maintenance
If there is a link here, follow it to learn more' '
Working to some extent but with issues
Issue is not specific to this device
The issues listed below are present in most or all of the devices depending on the technology they are built on.
The device hardware does not support these features, if you need them, please consider a different device.
- Notification LED
- Anbox patches (deprecated)
- Double touch to wake
- Wired External monitor
This device gets updates through these channels, learn more about OTA updates
|Ubuntu Release||Channel||Version||Release Date||Description|
|16.04 - xenial||stable||OTA-25||4/17/2023||Stability over newer features (recommended)|
|16.04 - xenial||rc||2023-W16||4/17/2023||Testing before the next stable release|
|16.04 - xenial||devel||2023-05-17||4/18/2023||Daily built development releases|
|CPU||Octa-core ARM Cortex-A53 (4x 2.0 GHz + 4x 1.5 GHz cores)|
|Chipset||MediaTek Helio P23, MT6763V|
|GPU||ARM Mali-G71 MP2 @ 770 MHz, 2 cores|
|Storage||64 GB, eMMC|
|Memory||4 GB, DDR3|
|Battery||6200 mAh, Li-Polymer|
|Display||6.1" IPS, 720 x 1560 (283 PPI), V-notch, Rounded corners|
|Rear Camera||13MP (f/2.0, 1080p30 video) + 2MP (for bokeh/depth), PDAF, LED flash|
|Dimensions||162.4 mm x 79 mm x 15.3 mm|
|Release date||July 2021|
- Device source
- Kernel source
- Report an issue
- UBports Installer config
- Source for details on this page
Resources for community & developers
Report an Issue for
Volla Phone X
Did the maintainer say that feature ‘works’ but you know from doing it that
it really doesn’t?
Start by searching the device issue , if you found it, hopefully the porter is on it. 'Subscribe' to the issue in case it get solved.
Couldn't find it?
Uh-oh… Well it is time to let the porter and everyone else know about the fail and send the tech magic back to the workshop for a makeover.
1. Read 'Bug Reporting' section in UBports docs on 'How to report a bug'.
2. Then (this time), head to the device repository and submit it, so the porter knows about it.
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