Oukitel U15 Pro & the Samurai sword challenge (video)

Do you ever happen to walk down the street and find yourself against a Samurai wielding his trusty sword? Well, we know you don’t but if that were to ever happen, Oukitel has got you covered! Their Oukitel U15 Pro will protect you from these ordinary life threatening situations and they show it in a video (kind of).

Jokes aside, the guys over at Oukitel made a video to prove the high scratch and hit resistance of their latest smartphone. Here’s the video:

As expected, the aircraft aluminum metal alloy on the back Oukitel U15 Pro protects the smartphone from different weapons, compared to other devices made of weaker materials like plastic or glass. The phone survives first a shorter Samurai sword, then a knife, to end with a long Samurai sword which kind of ends its life. The weak point in this case the screen though, not the aluminum body.

Also note the Oukitel K10000 cameo which gets used as an hammer, just ’cause.

Oukitel say they worked hard to finally get a phone with a fully metal back, as this usually brings problems with signal reception. They ended up with a design which is both good looking and structurally strong.

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The Oukitel U15 Pro is now on presale and they’ll be shipping by the end of the week. So if you already preordered it you won’t have to wait a lot.

Some info about the Oukitel U15 Pro…


The Oukitel U15 Pro features a 5.5-inch HD IPS display coated in 2.5D glass encased in a full aluminum body. The phone is powered by a MediaTek MT6753 octa-core processor, 3GB of RAM and 32GB of internal storage (expandable through microSD to 128GB).

The rear camera has a resolution of 13MP and it’s accompanied by a dual LED flash, the front-facing is a 2MP shooter. The Oukitel U15 Pro is fueled by a 3000mAh with fast charging technology and it runs Android 6.0 Marshmallow OTB.

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  1. Yeti hand
    October 27, 2016

    what am I supposed to say?
    woooow now i can sleep at ease, my samourai girlfriend will not be able to cut my phone ?????

  2. yy
    October 28, 2016

    Versus Nokia 3310 challenge!

  3. Alex
    October 31, 2016

    How about the “toilet flush test” ? That test sounds more relevant as i know some people who dropped their handset into the loo, but i know no one who got attacked by a samurai. And some more ideas for tests: The “Dog chew” test; The “forgotten in the freezer” test; The “dropped in the cement mixer” test…

    And the bad thing is that some executives in those Chinese companies, may take this message seriously..