The Oukitel WP5 is the manufacturer's number one survival phone, but the first to compete in the lower end of the range. If you look at the features of the mobile, we can see that the WP5's current $99.99 promotional price would be a great deal even without IP protection, and rugged mobile is even more true to be one of the best value-for-money products on the market today.
Rugged mobile phones under $100 have so far not been highly selectable as manufacturers have launched their mid-range and upper-mid-range product.
Fortunately, this has changed a bit in recent months: with Oukitel WP5 you can get other similar mobiles for under $100. For example, the Ulefone Armor X5, which also has excellent parameters, or the similarly popular Cubot Quest Lite.
Oukitel WP5 has the usual IP68 and IP69 standards, meaning it is water, dust and shock resistant. The front has a Gorilla glass 5.5 inch HD + IPS display, which makes it extremely comfortable and easy to use with one hand.
Below the back panel is a MediaTek system chip, the 4-core Helio A22 (MT6761), which is not a power plant, but is for general use. Plus, it runs perfectly on a well-optimized factory-installed Android 9 system.
In addition to MediaTek SoC, there is 3GB of internal memory and 32GB of storage, which can be upgraded by up to 128GB with a MicroSD card.
Along with the power-saving processors, the manufacturer has placed an extremely high-capacity 8000mAh battery, one of the most prominent features of the WP5. According to the manufacturer, 42 hours of continuous phone or music listening, or maybe 12 hours of online video viewing per charge.
The back panel also includes three camera units, with the primary imaging unit having a 13MP, with f/2.0 aperture. In addition to the main unit, there are two 2 MP auxiliary cameras, one of which is responsible for depth sensing.
Underneath the three lenses is an unusually wide, 4-LED auxiliary light, which has a much higher than average brightness, which makes it work well as a flashlight.
Of course, the factory-installed Android 9 system is multilingual, so you can choose your language when setting up your phone.
There's no need to complain about data communications either, thanks to the Helio A22's Bluetooth-enabled 5.0, GPS navigation with Glonass satellites. Among the sensors, the geomagnetic sensor and the compass can be useful, especially for trips.
You can order the Oukitel WP5 rugged phone at the GearBest promotion for only $99.99 with free EU Priority Line shipping.
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If you are looking to buy a ruggedized mobile phone at a low price, you should also check out the Ulefone Armor X5 mentioned above, which is available at the same price and comes with a slightly more powerful (Helio P23) processor but a smaller (5000mAh) battery.
For those who like the traditional mobile look, the Cubot Quest Lite phone, the little brother of the well-tested Cubot Quest, might be a good choice. This model also features the 4-core Helio A22, but only with a 3000mAh battery. However, thanks to its smaller power source, Quest Lite is much slimmer than a traditional strap phone and is easy to use with one hand.
Ulefone Armor X5 and Cubot Quest Lite are also available at GearBest for $99.99 at discounted rates:
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