Oukitel wp10 5g - A rugged 5G mobile that's worth knowing

Oukitel WP10 5G

I've been testing a new rugged mobile, the Oukitel WP10 5G, an extremely rugged model that has some important advantages over the competition for several weeks, starting with the ability to connect to 5G networks.

Based on Android 10, priced at 399.99 euros using the ZAEOUKITEL10 code in this link, it has a very special design that offers two dedicated buttons that can be configured to launch functions in a few seconds. The device has two dedicated buttons on the left; one emergency and the other for push-to-talk services.

Oukitel WP10 5G

The brand already has several rugged smartphones, and this is the first with 5G.

8,000mAh battery

We are talking about a device of 364 grams, very heavy, with a size of 178 x 83.4 x 17.6 mm. That huge weight is due to the gigantic 8,000mAh battery, which allows you to be using it for more than 3 days intensively and more than 1 week for moderate use.

Rugged display

Oukitel WP10 5G
The display is 6.7 inches, 2400×1080, which also affects weight, and its design is suitable to ensure it resists various drops and shocks. It is an industrial design with reinforced corners.

Body ready for everything

Oukitel WP10 5G

The rigid metal body is covered with a rubber coating, everything you need to get IP68/IP69K/MIL-STD-810G certificates. That is, it is waterproof, dustproof, and shockproof. I've tried it by dropping it at heights of 1.5 meters without any problem.

The part of the camera is protected by sturdy glass, being the most fragile of the whole body. The most protected are the corners and entrances, no doubt.

Oukitel WP10 5G

The USB-C port is hidden behind a flap at the bottom of the mobile, has a volume control, a power button, and a fingerprint reader on the right. You can use two SIM cards, but you don't have the ability to include a memory card.


Oukitel WP10 5G

When it comes to cameras, it has four on the back: a 48-megapixel Sony IMX582, an ultra-wide-angle 13-megapixel camera, and a pair of 2 megapixels. The front has a 16-megapixel sensor, for decent selfies.

In the tests performed, I have been very successful with photos in daylight, although the nightly photos and videos are not excellent. The Sony 48M sensor with an Artificial Intelligence system is striking for the best results.

Performance and software

Performance is perfect for most uses, with 8GB RAM and Mediatek Dimensity 800 processor). I've tried it even to play games that require more capacity than Clash Royale. In the case of Strike Force, for example, performance has been impeccable, even in 3D animations. However, it doesn't have ARCode, so you won't be able to enjoy the Augmented Reality animations that Google displays in your piscator.

In the software part, it has a system administrator application, a QR code reader, a children's app, a player app, and a launcher for easy use of basic functions, as well as a toolbox with apps like a compass, tiltmeter, and other functions for engineers and construction professionals who can use this mobile for everyday life without fear of breaking with falls.

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