The Oukitel WP8 is the first smartphone i have reviewed from Oukitel – it is not a familiar brand to me. However, this manufacturer builds both rugged and slimline phones with nice form factors and an array of multi-lens cameras.
Inside the box there is the phone, a SIM pin, an OTG cable and a micro cable and charger. There is also a quick start guide.
On the right-hand edge of the WP8 there is the SIM card slot, the power key and the fingerprint sensor, The left hand side has volume buttons and a configurable smart button.
The headphone jack is sealed beneath a silicone cover at the top of the device, and the charging port is at the bottom of the phone.
The WP8 has a huge 6.49 inch screen with 720 x 1560px and a 19.5:9 aspect ratio. Pixel density is 268ppi and it delivers 450nit brightness. I like it a lot. At 178 x 84.7 x 12.9mm in size it seems slimmer and taller than other rugged devices I have reviewed.
Inside the phone which runs Android 10 there is a MediaTek MT6762D octa-core chip with four cores running at up to 1.8GHz, and four at up to 1.5GHz.
The device comes with 4GB RAM and 64GB ROM and it has a nice large capacity 5000mAh battery to keep you going for more than a day. It