Mini Rugged Smartphone KingKong Mini 3 goes on sale with a $109.99 tag

KingKong Mini 3

The newly released Cubot KingKong Mini 3 will go on sale today on October 17th. And with an affordable price as well. It has improved its performance by 4 times than the previous models, making it the best rugged mini smartphone this year. So let’s take a closer look at the new tiny rugged beast.

Fully Upgraded Specs 

KingKong Mini 3 sports a 4.5-inch QHD+ screen, which fits comfortably in the palm of your hand. It is as always waterproof, dust-proof and drop-proof. KingKong Mini 3 is a great rugged device, that is not only durable, but also feature-rich. 

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In terms of the specs, it packs a Octa-core Helio G85 processor, which provides fairly reliable performance. Ensuring a more fluid and lag-free experience for avid mobile gamers. It also comes with 6GB RAM and offers 128GB of internal storage. With 20MP rear camera and 5MP selfie front camera it delivers also a solid photo punch. What’s more, it is equipped with NFC functionalities to meet the needs of the users. The phone is backed by a 3000 mAh battery as well and runs Android 12. Connectivity-wise, it supports Wifi, Bluetooth, OTG and GPS, GLONASS, BEIDOU combo.

KingKong Mini 3

Pricing & Availability of KingKong Mini 3

Cubot KingKong Mini 3 global sale starts today on October 17th at a discounted price of $119.99 via Aliexpress Official Store. Even more surprisingly, the first 100 orders can get an additional $10 coupon. So you can get the phone at just $109.99. You really shouldn’t miss such a nice compact rugged smartphone with a big discount. And the official giveaway event is out there as well for all the takers.

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