F150 B2021 Phone (Android 10, 5.83", 6GB/64GB, 8000mAh, NFC, 4G B28) US$120.99 (~A$157.49) Delivered @ OUKITEL AliExpress


A new rugged phone for a low price from a new brand available in Black or Gold.

Features include Android 10, 5.86" display with Gorilla Glass 5, 6GB RAM. 64GB storage (expandable), a whopping 8000mAh battery, 4G with B28 support, NFC, IP68/IP69K rated and powered by the MediaTek Helio G25 octa-core CPU. See below for full specifications.

Add the Brazil Area to ensure you get the B28 version, as EU/Asia does not include it.

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  • 5.86" HD+ 1520x720 19:9 Display with Gorilla Glass 5
  • IP68, IP69K, MIL-STD-810G
  • Android 10.0 w/ Google Play
  • MediaTek Helio G25 Octa-Core CPU
  • IMG PowerVR GE8320 GPU
  • 6GB LPDDR4X Dual Channel RAM
  • 64GB Storage expandable via micro SD
  • 8000mAh Battery w/ 18W Fast Charge & USB-C
  • Dual 4G SIM
  • Bluetooth 5.1, WiFi 2.4G/5G, GPS
  • Fingerprint Reader, NFC, FM Radio
  • Customisable Button
  • 13MP, 13MP, 2MP, 2MP Quad AI Camera
  • 8MP Front Camera
  • 3G: B1/2/4/5/8
  • 4G FDD: B2/4/5/7/8/12/17/28A/28B
  • 158mm (H) x 78mm (W) x 18mm (D)
  • Weight: ≈318g

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  • 8000mah? That's huge.

    • That's the thing with rugged phones. Given their larger size they're able to add larger batteries without having to be worry about being thinner than Apple.

    • I remember seeing somewhere OUKITEL is popular in Africa. Electricity is not always 24/7 in some countries, for this reason those Africa bound phones come with massive battery.

  • Looks good on paper, does it go the distance??

    • Not so good on paper, can't do 4G on Band 1 (2100MHz), and doesn't have Band 3 (1800MHz) at all. That's quite serious, as both are used widely in Australia.

      According to Whirlpool, "For 4G, Band 3 and 28 are the most commonly used.". This phone doesn't have Band 3 at all, according to the specs above.

      Source: https://whirlpool.net.au/wiki/mobile_phone_frequencies

  • 318g Damn thats heavy!

    • Is it though? Other rugged phones are usually more than 350g.

      • Well then rugged phones are heavy.
        I have a Poco X3 at 215 grams and think thats got some weight to it, another 103 would suck.

    • Yeah that's almost paper weight category, lol I'm holding out for redmi note 9 pro at the moment no good prices around.

  • Does it function as a hand grenade?

  • Named like a fighter jet

    • Seeing as it's big, chunky and "tough", I'd say the comparison is actually against the Ford F150 series of trucks. I wonder if you can option it up with a clip on gun rack and Confederate flags on the case back.

  • Can I use this as a shovel to dig holes at the beach?

  • Is this a perfect "dad" phone? Unkillable, good for forgetful chargers, covers all uses without going over the top, good price.

    Mine uses his to take pictures of crap he takes apart in the shed, to google stuff, to play crossword and similar games, and lastly to use whatsapp for receiving photos.
    So the ruggedness is great and the specs seem like they'd handle general usage without a hitch. Plus the battery is enormous.

    He currently has a Xiaomi redmi 4a which is getting long in the tooth (battery wear and 2gb RAM). But otherwise this phone has served him well. for 3+ years.

  • Great specs for the price. A real good "tradie" phone.

  • Any recommendations for another phone similar to this? Just to compare?

  • Bought one just to try it.Thanks, OP.

    • Mind reporting back when you've had a play Dutto?

      Looking at these for kid's phones. Have had it with cracked screens and other dents and scratches.

    • Hows the phone?

      • Have not received it yet. It was only posted on 9th of Feb. So, I am assuming for another 30 days for so before I receive it.

  • The problem with these "rugged" smartphones is that they're not actually rugged. Drop it once, face down, and the screen is likely toast since the phone is so heavy and glass is glass, and glass breaks. No chance of a screen replacement. Only get it if you want a cheap phone with good battery life and need water resistance, don't expect it to actually be durable.

  • I received mine. I'm not sure I got the "Brazil" variant I ordered. A Telstra sim get's no signal and a vodafone sim connects on band 3 which shouldn't be available on the Americas version. Hmmm. I really hope that some sort of firmware region change can fix this. Otherwise, it seems good after I got over the heft of the thing!