Oukitel WP19, If battery life is a priority for you, it’s time to meet the Oukitel WP19. The mobile phone, which was unveiled this week, is notable for its 21,000 mAh battery, which can last over 94 days in stand-by mode. The smartphone is still equipped with an intermediate technical sheet and military certification.
The announcement follows the release of other models from the company, such as the WP15, which has a battery capacity of 15,600 mAh. The phone is distinguished by its 21,000 mAh battery, which offers 2,252 hours of standby time or a week of battery life, depending on use. The capacity is over five times that of the iPhone 13 Pro Max component, which has a capacity of 4,352 mAh.
This full energy bank is recharged using chargers rated at up to 27 watts. According to the manufacturer, the battery charges from 0% to 100% in “just” four hours. It’s also possible to use the phone as a powerbank to charge additional smartphones, wireless headphones, and other gadgets.
The “unusual” element does not stop with the battery. Despite being difficult to drop, the smartphone has a durable body worthy of IP68, IP69K, and military (MIL-STD-810H) certifications. This whole proposition of being almost weatherproof, on the other hand, is represented in the weight and thickness: 570 grammes and 29 mm, respectively.
The camera of the Oukitel phone is 64 megapixels.
We have a regular mobile phone for the rest. Let’s start with the triple camera, which has 64 megapixels and a 20-megapixel night camera. The 6.78-inch screen boasts a Full HD + resolution, a refresh rate of 90 Hz, a 16-megapixel front-facing camera in a hole, and Gorilla Glass protection.
The MediaTek Helio G95 CPU and 8 GB RAM power the specs. The Oukitel WP19 includes 256 GB of storage for applications, music, photographs, movies, and other media. The phone still comes with Android 12 out of the box and features a programmable button on the side to perform user-defined instructions.
The launch is available for R$3,035 on AliExpress.