The first generation Oukitel tablet is a robust Android gadget with a 10,000 mAh battery

The first generation Oukitel tablet is a robust Android gadget with a 10,000 mAh battery

Tech Highlights:

  • With a 10.1-inch diagonal length with an FHD resolution and a 16:10 aspect ratio, the RT1 brings reasonable, if just slightly outdated, display specs to Oukitel’s newly adopted form-factor. Then again, as the OEM skirts around mentioning a panel type in its marketing material, it is also probably LCD rather than something like AMOLED.

  • Oukitel is well known for their smartphones, which have IP68/69K ingress protection, a reinforced-style housing, and huge batteries for extended screen-on time. These features are also present in its most recent device, the RT1; nevertheless, the RT1 boasts the largest display of any OEM to date, at 10 inches. It will be available for outdoor enthusiasts later in November 2021, according to Oukitel. Touchscreen Tablet with Android Software. Oukitel is now touting the RT1, an Android 11 device housed in a ‘tough’ IP68 and IP69K-rated shell. It is, however, not a smartphone as is customary for the brand, but its first tablet.

The tablet’s screen is kept on with a 10,000mAh battery – which makes it top-end in its market in that respect, admittedly – and driven by a MediaTek Helio P22 paired to 4GB of RAM and 64GB of internal storage. Therefore, while there are no other top-end attributes here, there is at least 4G/LTE as well as Wi-Fi.

The Oukitel RT1 is currently listed on AliExpress with a normal price of US$260 (an amount that might change based on consumer location). However, it will go for as little as $200 in the run-up to its formal launch on November 25, 2021.

Finally, Oukitel has equipped the RT1 with 16MP cameras from Samsung on both its front and back and with a fingerprint sensor. Therefore, it may take on other companies such as Durabook in pitching its latest offering at those who might need or like to bring their tablet outdoors or into hazardous environments and are liable to drop it onto or into dangerous things.

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