Tag Archive: Rugged


Oukitel WP2 rugged phone coming soon with 10,000 mAh battery (Promoted)

If you are looking for a rugged phone you can toss around without worrying how it might land, listen to this.

Chinese brand Oukitel, which is known for producing rugged phones, is preparing to release another one. It’s called the WP2 and it will be a successor of Oukitel’s original rugged phone, the K1000 Max.

And like the K10000 Max and WP5000 before it, the WP2 will be marketed as a tri-proof smartphone. This means, the device will boast IP68  [Read More…]

Spigen Rugged Armor Case for OnePlus 6 review: Solid protection on the cheap

This is one of the best ways to protect your OnePlus while staying on a budget.

The OnePlus 6 is OnePlus’s best-looking phone to-date, but those good looks do come at a cost. While the use of glass does make it more eye-catching compared to its predecessors, it also results in the phone being slippery and more prone to scratches and cracks.

OnePlus has some excellent first-party cases to choose from, but with prices ranging from $  [Read More…]

Spigen Rugged Armor for Pixel 2 XL review: Protection without the bulk

One of Spigen’s most common cases is a great choice for your phone.

Spigen has been making phone cases since dinosaurs walked the Earth, and they’re usually one of the first companies to offer cases and screen protectors on new devices. They have a few different styles for different tastes and levels of protection, but my favorite for a few years has been the Rugged Armor series. There are plenty of great cases for the Pixel 2  [Read More…]

Spigen Rugged Armor case for Galaxy S9+ review: Low cost, rugged protection

For $ 15, there isn’t a rugged case that delivers quite as much value as Spigen’s offering.

Spigen is known for making affordable cases that hold up to a ton of abuse over the years, so it’s no wonder that its products are well-regarded. The Rugged Armor has been my go-to case for a few years now thanks to its lightweight design and rugged protection, so when I was looking to pick up a case for my  [Read More…]

Official 3D video showing Oukitel’s rugged WP5000 jewel is now available (Promoted)

The Oukitel WP5000 is coming soon and to build hype around the rugged phone, the company has shared a 3D video showing the tri-proof handset.

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Oukitel’s upcoming rugged WP5000 smartphone can take anything that life throws at it (Promoted)

Oukitel’s rugged WP5000 smartphone is coming, but who is it for? According to the company anyone from sports fans to clumsy people can benefit from using the device.

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Oukitel reveals full specs of its upcoming WP5000 rugged smartphone (Promoted)

Oukitel is gearing up to launch a new rugged smartphone. Set to arrive later this month or in early April, the WP5000 is IP68-rated device coming with a 18:9 display.

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OUKITEL shows off the rugged new WP5000 (Promoted)

Last week we saw that the WP5000 can weather the elements – but how does it handle Life? OUKITEL shows off the ruggedness of the WP5000 in a new video – check it out!

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OUKITEL’s rugged WP5000 takes icy and steaming baths, keeps on ticking. (Promoted)

If you’re a long-time smartphone owner, you’ve probably suffered a screen break or water damage. And while we’re seeing more flagships these days launch with water resistance and damage resistant screens, most aren’t as rugged as life demands.

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CAT S61: One of the best rugged phones gets a laser-powered upgrade

If you ask me, smartphones can’t have enough sensors. Sure, the communicator was my favorite Star Trek gadget growing up, but coming in a close second was the tricorder. Starfleet’s palmtop scanner could see through walls, alert the crew to the presence of poison gases, and determine the distance to the nearest drove of dilithium – all while surviving the kind of punishing abuse only Paramount Pictures soundstages- I mean, Exotic Alien Worlds could dish out.

The  [Read More…]