Homtom HT20 Review : IP68 protected smartphone with fingerprint scanner

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Today we review protected smartphone Homtom HT20 as a tourist navigator. We will consider the main points necessary for tourism, such as camera, screen, GPS.

Homtom HT20 Review: IP68 protected smartphone with fingerprint scanner

Homtom HT20: Packaging

Homtom HT20 is equipped with a Phillips screwdriver and screws with plugs for installing the back cover. These cogs and stubs just a little in advance in case the owner lost a couple. The power adapter is 5 V / 1 A, and the USB cable has an extended Micro-USB connector. This is not very critical, since almost any conventional cable on the Micro-USB is slightly upgraded with a stationery knife to a compatible one with these smartphones. The plugs on the Micro-USB (from below) and the jack (from above) are simple monolithic without separate sealing pads. From falling out they are kept by leashes.

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Hometown HT20 does not represent anything outstanding

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