Flagship Rugged Android Phone Keeps You Connected Anywhere You Go

Author Wouter Wargerink 8.11.2017. | 13:45

Although most of us are looking for the latest Android phones that come with a sleek design and thin body, the outdoor lovers among us rather choose for a durable and tough rugged phone. Rugged smartphones have become more and more popular throughout the past decade. These durable phones usually feature an IP68 rugged design which makes them fully resistant to water, dust, and drops. They have been designed to withstand a hit. This makes rugged phones perfect for outdoor enthusiasts and for people such as engineers who work in rough environments.

 

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Just like any other Android phone, rugged phones come in all sorts and sizes. As of late, Chinavasion has added one of the latest rugged smartphones to our assortment. This Android smartphone comes with the latest hardware and software features alike and, like all rugged phones; it features an extremely tough body. Below, we’ll have a closer look at all its top-end specifications – explaining why we have chosen this Android phone to be this week’s product of the week.

 

NOMU T18 Rugged Android Phone

With its IP68 rugged body and abundance of outdoor features, the NOMU T18 smartphone is the ultimate Android phone for anybody who loves heading out into the wild. This waterproof smartphone features an extremely durable design. It is resistant to water, shocks, and dust. Therefore, you’ll be able to use it in any environment imaginable. Whether you use it at home, a construction site, or out in the forest – this Android phone will never let you down.

 

 

The NOMU T18 rugged phone supports 4G connectivity and Dual-Band WiFi. This means that it lets you stay connected to the internet at any given moment. You’ll be able to stay in touch with friends and family no matter where you’re at. As a real high-end rugged phone, this smartphone also supports a Walkie Talkie feature that allows you to stay in contact with people nearby even when there is no phone signal available. Along with its GPS support, this is the perfect outdoors phone that keeps you connected at all times.

Within its rugged body, this Android smartphone packs a powerful Octa-Core processor. Clocked at 1.5GHz, this CPU put forth an outstanding performance for you to enjoy. Along with 3GB of RAM, you’ll be able to tackle the most demanding software features available without ever experiencing any lag. The cell phone furthermore treats you to 32GB ROM and a 32GB SD card slot. Therefore, you won’t have to worry about running out of storage for your favorite files and media anytime soon.

 

 

The latest Android 7.0 operating system will treat you to a smooth user experience. On the phone’s 4.7-Inch HD Display, you can enjoy all the media of your liking in stunning color and detail. The Android phone furthermore treats you to a 5200mAh battery that gets you through multiple days of regular smartphone usage. This cell takes away all your worries about running out of juice while heading outdoors.

On the rear of this rugged smartphone, you can find a sophisticated 8MP camera. This snapper lets you shoot breathtaking pictures and video of all those special moments in life. Along with the NOMU T18 also comes a 1MP external camera accessory. This little gadget lets you record clear video and comes in particularly handy in certain industries such as construction work. With its ultra-fast fingerprint scanner, this Android phone can be unlocked in the blink of an eye and features great security.  To further increase your overall user experience, the rugged phone supports NFC, OTG, and Bluetooth for extra connectivity.

Author Wouter Wargerink 8.11.2017. | 13:45
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