OUKITEL has just released a new video on its official YouTube channel, and this time around the company is promoting its new WP1 smartphone. OUKITEL has decided to promote the phone's wireless charging feature, as the OUKITEL WP1 does support wireless charging, and we're looking at 10W wireless charging here. OUKITEL says that the phone's 5,000mAh battery can be fully charged, from 0 to 100-percent, in three hours.
In the provided video, OUKITEL basically shows off how wireless charging works, and how convenient it is. All you have to do is put the phone down on a Qi charger (which the company is also selling), and that's more or less it, it will start to charge. OUKITEL also shows off that you can simply pick up your phone from the charger when you want to use it without a problem, and put it down again when you're done. This will terminate the charging process, though. Wireless charging has its benefits, but so does wired charging, as the phone can charge while you're using it, and wired charging is usually faster than wireless charging, though that's only true for smartphones which support seriously fast wired charging, of course. The OUKITEL WP1 is one of the very few devices in its price range to support wireless charging. The phone is now discounted on Banggood, you can purchase it for only $157.99, if you want, the link is included down below.
The OUKITEL WP1 is a rugged smartphone with a glass back, and wireless charging support, which is something that you don't see every day. The device has two cameras on the back, and a rear-facing fingerprint scanner. This smartphone is also IP68 certified for water and dust resistance, while it comes with 4GB of RAM and 64GB of storage. MediaTek's Helio P23 64-bit octa-core processor fuels the phone, while you will find 13 and 2-megapixel cameras on the back. A 5.5-inch HD+ display is included here as well, while the phone support 9V/2A fast wired charging. The OUKITEL WP1 comes with a frame made out of metal, you will easily notice this is a rugged phone based on its looks, even though it looks way sleeker than most other rugged devices thanks to that glass back.