What’s your impression of a rugged smartphone? Chunky? Heavy? Well, that’s true prior to 2020 because, with DOOGEE S95 Pro, you’d be getting a thin and lightweight (13.8 mm thin and 285g) rugged smartphone.
Here’s a slightly affordable alternative to rugged smartphone with FLIR, or thermal imaging. Coming from Hong Kong-based Blackview, the Blackview BV9800 Pro is a rugged phone with integrated FLIR Lepton. That’s right. This phone literally lets you see and measure heat signature.
Here’s another rugged smartphone for who those who have butter fingers. What you see here is the Ulefone Armor 7 from rugged smartphone specialist, Ulefone. It is designed to survive in most compromising scenarios – thanks to its IP68/IP69K rated construction and MIL-STD-810G “certification”.
However featured pack a smartphone is and however rugged it is, one problem still plagued smartphone: battery life. While some phones do pack 5,000+ mAh battery, rugged handset maker DOOGEE outdo the industry with a 10,000 mAh battery smartphone. Ten.Thousand.Milli.Ampere.Hour.
If you are in the market for a “survivalist smartphone,” Shanghai-based Unihertz Atom XL may be right on your money. Building on the success of the original Atom, Atom XL is a compact 4-inch rugged smartphone that boasts a host of upgrades, including DMR walkie-talkie function.
For those who care more about a phone’s survivability than its look, you can look to DOOGEE, Cat Phones and perhaps, Zebra. Oh, you don’t like the over-the-top rugged look? Fret not because, the new Caterpillar CAT S52 looks nothing of sort. It looks like an ordinary smartphone, but yet as tough as ever.
If you are the type of smartphone user who hate cases, but still worry about drops and more importantly, has budget constrain. Well then, DOOGEE S68 Pro Rugged Smartphone may just be what you need.
You hear it is coming and now, it is finally here, well, almost. We talking about the Unihertz Titan Rugged QWERTY Smartphone, the rugged BlackBerry-like device. It is now live on Kickstarter and man, it looks like many people are clamoring for a ruggedized smartphone with physical keyboard.
Here’s a piece of good news for lovers of smartphone with physical QWERTY keyboard who sometimes have butterfingers. In other words, a BlackBerry Passport-like device that can survive the punishment of clumsy hands and a device that fits into an established ecosystem such as Google Android.
Do you guys remember DOOGEE? The small handset maker from China that mostly makes copies of other China handset (but doing it pretty darn well)? Well, it looks like they have progressed quite a bit. The company is breaking into the U.S. market with its new device called DOOGEE S90, which it claimed as “the […]