N0.1 M2 Rugged Phone crashes the market at $94


The rugged smartphone scene has recently seen a sudden surge of activity with many models getting released with decently high specs and decent enough prices. These devices are made for people who work in rough conditions or those with active lifestyle. One of these devices is the No.1 M2.

We wrote about the No.1 M2 a month ago where we talked about how durable the phone was from some online videos, as well as the device’s specifications and design. To refresh your memories, the device has a 4.5-inch qHD display, with a 1.3Ghz MTK6582 processor, 1GB of RAM and 8GB of internal storage. The phone also has a 13MP rear camera and 5MP front camera and costs $94.

The phone is waterproof and shockproof to IP68 standards, which is great for the average cyclist or construction worker, and it also ships with Lollipop instead of Kitkat which is a huge selling point for some. The battery is 2400mAh, which should be good enough considering the device’s chipset and screen.While dual sim cards are supported, there is unfortunately no 4G LTE support which will be a deal breaker to some people.

The design of the phone is nicer compared to the unsightly rubber bricks that used to dominate this market. The phone comes in a choice of orange, black or green and measures in at 144 x 76 x 14.5mm, which is pretty standard for these types of devices. It is currently on sale for $94, so if you’re interested in getting, now’s your chance.

What do you think about the No.1 M2? Tell us in the comments below.

[ No.1 M2 Store Link ]
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22 Comments

  1. Danny
    April 10, 2015

    QHD? Surely not for $94

    • 3_nity
      April 10, 2015

      qHD isn’t QHD
      qHD=quarter HD
      QHD= Quad HD

      • Danny
        April 11, 2015

        Learn something new everyday, I just thought it was a typo in the review.
        Anybody know if they’re basin quarter on 1080/4 or 720/4.

        I understand Quad is based on 720*4

        u
        Tx!

        • 3_nity
          April 11, 2015

          Maybe on 1080. Not sure. 😀

        • Danny
          April 11, 2015

          yep, you are right, it is quarter 1080p, which is FHD. Apparently.
          It could not be clearer……………. :/
          — wiki says this
          7.1 nHD (640×360)
          7.2 qHD (960×540)
          7.3 HD (1280×720)
          7.4 FHD (1920×1080)
          7.5 QHD (2560×1440)
          7.6 WQXGA+ (3200×1800)
          7.7 UHD 4K (3840×2160)
          7.8 Digital Cinema Initiatives 4K (4096×2160)
          7.9 UHD+ (5120×2880)
          7.10 FUHD (7680×4320)
          7.11 QUHD (15360×8640)

          • 3_nity
            April 12, 2015

            Wow… I can’t imagine about QUHD resolution. 😀

    • The Bastard Christ
      April 11, 2015

      lol

  2. Steve B
    April 10, 2015

    Reasonable camera also from samples I’ve seen.

  3. Danny
    April 10, 2015

    QHD? Surely not for $94

    • 3_nity
      April 11, 2015

      qHD isn’t QHD
      qHD=quarter HD
      QHD= Quad HD

    • The Bastard Christ
      April 11, 2015

      lol

    • Danny
      April 11, 2015

      Learn something new everyday, I just thought it was a typo in the review.
      Anybody know if they’re basin quarter on 1080/4 or 720/4.

      I understand Quad is based on 720*4

      u
      Tx!

    • 3_nity
      April 11, 2015

      Maybe on 1080. Not sure. 😀

    • Danny
      April 11, 2015

      yep, you are right, it is quarter 1080p, which is FHD. Apparently.
      It could not be clearer……………. :/
      — wiki says this
      7.1 nHD (640×360)
      7.2 qHD (960×540)
      7.3 HD (1280×720)
      7.4 FHD (1920×1080)
      7.5 QHD (2560×1440)
      7.6 WQXGA+ (3200×1800)
      7.7 UHD 4K (3840×2160)
      7.8 Digital Cinema Initiatives 4K (4096×2160)
      7.9 UHD+ (5120×2880)
      7.10 FUHD (7680×4320)
      7.11 QUHD (15360×8640)

    • 3_nity
      April 12, 2015

      Wow… I can’t imagine about QUHD resolution. 😀

  4. Steve B
    April 10, 2015

    Reasonable camera also from samples I’ve seen.

  5. roni24
    April 10, 2015

    nice

  6. Angry Mobile Nerd
    April 11, 2015

    That’s quite the wallpaper.

  7. Guest
    April 11, 2015

    nice

  8. Angry Mobile Nerd
    April 11, 2015

    That’s quite the wallpaper.

  9. BW
    April 11, 2015

    grams please?

    4000 mAh battery on my Doogee DG 700 Titans 2 really makes it special. Aside from the better camera that this phone has, it’s quite similar.

    I prefer the Titan’s looks and battery and fact that you can use it as a hammer unlike this phone. and if I can finally get the balls to flash it to Lollipop that will be a major step ahead. I do wish I’d received it running that.

    The blingy good looks of a Titan also means it has a second life outside my sweat-drenched coveralls pockets. double the battery life and better looks make it a better choice for me.

  10. BW
    April 11, 2015

    grams please?

    4000 mAh battery on my Doogee DG 700 Titans 2 really makes it special. Aside from the better camera that this phone has, it’s quite similar.

    I prefer the Titan’s looks and battery and fact that you can use it as a hammer unlike this phone. and if I can finally get the balls to flash it to Lollipop that will be a major step ahead. I do wish I’d received it running that.

    The blingy good looks of a Titan also means it has a second life outside my sweat-drenched coveralls pockets. double the battery life and better looks make it a better choice for me.