Unlocked devices specialist Oukitel has done it again. The Chinese electronics company has unveiled two previews of its RT7 Titan 5G tablet. Not only does it have a massive 32,000 mAh battery, but its smart processor coupled with 5G connectivity can be a great partner for off-grid weekend trips.
Like the recently reviewed WP22 smartphone, the Oukitel RT7 Titan 5G tablet is certified for water, dust, shock, heat, and even pressure resistance to IP68, IP69K, and MIL-STD-810H specifications. For the new tablet, the company is touting 30 minutes of submersion protection at a depth of 4.9 feet (1.5 meters) and operational capabilities from -4°F to 131°F (-20°C to 55°C).
And while the Oukitel WP22 surprised us with its 10,000 mAh battery, which is bigger than most tablets on the market, the RT7 Titan lives up to its reputation with 32,000 mAh. The capacity is so silly, Oukitel advertises 2,720 hours of standby battery life and a more realistic 34 hours of browsing.
One thing to consider is that the capacity of the tablet must be reported to the airline companies when traveling and some may require that it be carried as cargo.
Anyway, coming back to the Oukitel RT7 Titan 5G, as the name suggests, the tablet supports 5G connectivity not only for data transfer but also for voice calls. Mobile networking tasks are handled by the MediaTek Dimensity 720 processor, which offers modern CPU and GPU cores, addressing one of the complaints from the WP22.
For cellular connectivity, the RT7 Titan includes a SIM card tray compatible with dual nano SIM cards or a nano SIM card and microSD card. The tablet is compatible with Wi-Fi 5 (802.11ac) and Bluetooth 5.1. The RT7 Titan runs on Android 13, with Oukitel promising three years of Android updates.
With a 10.1-inch Full HD+ display with 400 nits of peak brightness, the RT7 Titan should be readable indoors or outdoors, and unlike other tablets in the past, it offers relatively thin bezels considering its rugged build.
The camera capabilities are also not forgotten, especially for field workers, remote first responders and also for industrial use, with a 48 megapixel main camera and a novel 20 MP night vision sensor, which provided interesting results in the next Pitt WP22 test. Smartphone.
As expected, the larger battery size and strength result in a thicker and heavier tablet than standard tablets. Oukitel RT7 Titan 5G weighs 1,212 grams (42.75 ounces) and measures 249.1 x 167.8 x 19.8 mm (9.81 x 6.61 x 0.78 inches).
The image above shows three unique accessories attached to the tablet: a premium alloy carrying handle/stand, a field crew wrist strap, and a shoulder strap, opening up a range of usage options depending on the user’s needs.
Oukitel RT7 Titan 5G will go on sale on August 21. The company is offering a special discount for the first week of sales of only $289.99 using a $10 discount code on Aliexpress. Plus, the early bird price is $279.99 after entering the store code. OUKITELRT7 It costs $10, which is limited to the first 200 units during the premiere sale.
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