Last time we saw OUKITEL’s WP5000, it was run through a number of rigorous environmental tests, including extreme hot, cold, and submersion – it lived up to its IP68 rating. But OUKITEL isn’t content with showing how its new phone will handle the elements, it knows we want to see how it’ll handle Life.
As you can see from the video below, the WP5000 features a double-molded body to ensure that it can handle even the toughest of falls. The USB port and SIM Tray are seamlessly sealed, while interior insulation ensures that any gaps beneath screws are completely covered. In the video, OUKITEL takes the WP5000 through a number of relatively real-world tests, including: smashed with a hammer, run over by a car, and dropped 15′ off a bridge. Almost needless to say, the WP5000 survived without a scratch.
Rugged and Robust
OUKITEL led the “tri-proof” charge with the K10000 last year, but the WP5000 takes a different design approach. It’s got a slimmer profile overall, overmolded body, and a 5.7″, 18:9 HD+ display. It’s powered by a MediaTek Helio P25 octa-core processor, backed by 6/64GB RAM/ROM. The main camera is dual-sensor (16+5MP), while the front camera is just 8MP. Lastly, the phone’s 5,000mAh battery ensures it can handle a day or two of heavy use without faltering.
As mentioned previously, OUKITEL plans to bring the WP5000 to market by the end of March. If you subscribe before then, OUKITEL will give you a $40 coupon code for pre-orders of the WP5000. OUKITEL will also choose two lucky subscribers to receive free WP5000s. OUKITEL’s pre-orders always come at a lower price, so if you plan on picking one up, there’s no better time to preorder.
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