Which cell phone is best under 10000 1

1. Ulefone Armor 7

  • IP69 certifications
  • Protection according to military standard MIL-SPEC 810G
  • Triple camera (48 MP + 16 MP + 8 MP)
  • Wireless charging according to the Qi standard

3. DOOGEE S88 Pro

  • Protection according to military standard MIL-SPEC 810G
  • IP68 / IP69 certification
  • Triple camera (21 MP + 8 MP + 8 MP)
  • 10,000 mAh battery

4. Blackview BV9700 Pro

  • IP68 / IP69 certification
  • 128 GB internal storage
  • Air quality and altimeter
  • under 300 euros

5. Blackview BV6800 Pro

  • IP68 certification
  • Protection according to military standard MIL-SPEC 810G
  • less than 250 euros
  • 6,580 mAh battery

6. Caterpillar Cat S61

  • IP68 / IP69 certification
  • Protection according to military standard MIL-SPEC 810G
  • Thermal camera
  • Gorilla Glass 5

7. Land Rover Explore

  • IP68 certification
  • Protection according to military standard MIL-SPEC 810G
  • 4,000 mAh battery with 4,370 mAh additional battery
  • Deca-core processor

8. Ulefone Armor X7

  • under 100 euros
  • IP68 / IP69 certification
  • Android 10 operating system
  • 13 megapixel camera with dual flash

10. Samsung Galaxy XCover Pro

  • IP68 certification
  • Protection according to military standard MIL-SPEC 810G
  • Android 10 operating system
  • Full HD Plus display

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Selected outdoor cell phones
Persistent, resilient and inexpensive
Guaranteed to cope with any terrain

Buying outdoor cell phones - pay attention to this!

Outdoor cell phones are characterized by their robust construction and features that will help you in the wilderness or in a craft job. They are protected against water, heat, cold, dirt and falls and are therefore perfect for excursions into nature or everyday work on the construction site. In contrast to premium smartphones, they forego technical gimmicks and chic design in favor of functionality.

If you want to stay reachable in the great outdoors, you need an outdoor phone that is solid enough to withstand the harsh conditions of the wilderness. Above all, it must be dust and water resistant and be able to withstand a few hits and falls. So pay attention to the IP68 certificationthat a manufacturer may only specify if a standardized test has proven that the cell phone is waterproof to a depth that you specify and protected in such a way that no sand or other fine particles can penetrate it.

If you are looking for a smartphone that is virtually indestructible, then look out for them IP69 certification and the indication MIL-SPEC 810G. IP69 is only awarded to a device if it withstands high pressure / steam jet cleaning, while the military standard MIL-SPEC 810G confirms that the smartphone has been tested for extreme conditions such as low air pressure, fire or even ice. But be careful: all information is provided without guarantee. If you damage your smartphone arbitrarily to test the limits, no manufacturer will pay for any damage.

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