Oukitel have come out with a rather out of the ordinary waterproof / dustproof test for their upcoming Oukitel K10000 MAX rugged phone. They indeed put the smartphone in a tank with lime water and then cement. Let’s see how the K10000 MAX come out of this science experiment!
As Oukitel explains in the video, the lime powder and water poured in the tank cause a chemical reaction which rises the temperature to up to 100 degrees, there’s also a lot of corrosion going on at the same time. So how did the Oukitel K10000 MAX react? Well, by judging from the video it seems to pass the test completely, the only minor hiccup is the fact that it turned off, but that’s because of the high temperature reached inside the smartphone.
Same goes with the bath in cement, sure it gets dirty but all you have to do is clean it up with some water and there it is, looking like new.
External protective case aside, the K10000 MAX comes with a 5.5-inch FHD display coated in Gorilla Glass, a Mediatek MT6753 octa-core chipset, 3GB of RAM and 32GB of storage. To complete with a 16MP rear camera, 13PM front camera, 10000mAh capacity battery for great autonomy, which also supports 9V/2A fast charge, a rear fingerprint sensor and Android 7 OS out of the box.
The Oukitel K10000 MAX will be available in two colors, green with black and total black, and it’s planned to launch in early September. But the company is already giving away coupons for its presale, with a chance of getting the phone at half the price; click here to learn more.