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Oukitel WP36 announced as world's new loudest Android smartphone

The WP36. (Source: Oukitel)
The WP36. (Source: Oukitel)
Oukitel's next major product launch is now slated to introduce the WP36, a smartphone touted to help "Unleash Your Style" as well as a thirst for adventure. It has a 10,000+mAh battery and a rear-facing speaker touted to break records for volume in a mobile device, and also has rugged IP68/IP69K/MIL-STD-810H certifications.

Ulefone has just released the Power Armor 16S as its new "Super Loud Volume" rugged smartphone - however, Oukitel is now effectively trolling it with new teasers for a rival with an even more powerful speaker (on paper, at least).

The WP36 is slated to upgrade to 128 decibel (dB) sound, thereby beating even its own predecessor the WP22 at 125dB. The up to 3.5W "8D Stereo Sound System" is strategically placed at the center of the smartphone's rear camera hump, with accents that make it look more like a Nubia Z-series flagship.

Oukitel's next rugged smartphone is also backed to act as an emergency power bank thanks to its 10,600mAh battery with reverse charging, thereby narrowly outdoing its Ulefone rival. Then again, its rear camera is 13MP, compared to 50MP in the Power Armor 16S.

Both smartphones are listed as 16GB RAM devices - however, this is only due to a "virtual RAM extender" feature, as they both have 8GB out of the box. Then again, the WP36 will have the larger (albeit HD+) display at launch at 6.52 inches - to be driven by the literally anonymous MediaTek MT8788 processor.

The new "adventure"-ready Oukitel WP36 is set to debut alongside the RT8 tablet on April 5, 2024.

The Oukitel WP22: now available on Amazon


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Deirdre O'Donnell, 2024-03-20 (Update: 2024-03-21)