Oukitel is a Chinese smartphone maker mainly known for its ultra-rugged devices with a long battery life. And the newest one has just been announced: it’s the Oukitel WP21, a military-certified mobile phone that has two screens and a giant 9,800mAh battery.
Running the MediaTek Helio G99 processor, the WP21 has a rubber coated body to ensure greater resistance to drops and general accidents. The screen is 6.78 inches with FHD+ resolution and 120Hz refresh rate. This on the front screen: the device has a second AOD display that can display notifications, media playback controls and can even act as a viewfinder for the camera.
Speaking of the camera, the main sensor is the 64-megapixel Sony IMX 686. It works in conjunction with two other cameras: a 20MP camera with night vision and a 2MP macro camera.
The battery is definitely not an issue on the device. At 9,800mAh, Oukitel claims the device lasts up to 1,150 hours away from the plug on standby (nearly 48 days!), as well as supporting up to 12 hours of continuous video playback.
Made for use in any climate or terrain, the WP21 is anything but a compact device, measuring 177.3 x 84.3 x 14.8mm. It still weighs 398 grams. The device is MIL-STD-810H military certified.
With 12GB of RAM and 256GB of internal memory, it also has expandable memory via micro SD and features common to other devices such as NFC and Bluetooth 5.0. The operating system is based on Android 12.
The mobile will be officially launched from November 24th. The suggested price is US$280 (about R$1,500).
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