Oukitel plans to succeed with a big battery smartphone when others before it, most notably the weird looking Energizer Power Max P18K Pop and its 18Ah battery, have failed. While Energizer had the biggest battery we’ve seen on a smartphone, it never went on general sale while the WP15, at least, reached that goal without resorting to any crowdfunding shenanigans.
With a 15.6Ah battery, 5G connectivity, IP68/MIL-STD-180G rating, this is a versatile smartphone that could easily double as an affordable all-weather mobile hotspot for busy outdoor teams, albeit one not likely to challenge dedicated 5G hotspots like the Netgear Nighthawk MR5200 5G WiFi 6 portable mobile hotspot router.
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