Last month, Apple announced new phones that include the 5.8″ iPhone XS, the 6.1″ iPhone XR and the 6.5″ iPhone XS Max. It seems that phones are increasing in size across the board. For people with smaller hands, this can be a little frustrating. We have seen no shortage of people on twitter complaining about the large screen trend going on right now. Poptel has been headed in a different direction, as they continue to offer very reasonable sized phones. The Poptel P8 comes with a 5″ screen which seems to have a very niche market in Q4 of 2018.
Over the past two months, Poptel has launched two rugged smartphones including the P9000 Max and the P10. This adds to their existing lineup, which includes the compact P8 and the flagship P60. While each phone features a rugged design, they all have unique stand-out features like the extremely loud 106db speaker on the P8.
Poptel is currently having a a massive sale on the P8. The P8 has dropped to an insanely low $59.99 which is a 50% discount. Along with this discount, you’ll also find that the shipping is free! At 50% off, the Poptel P8 is the worlds cheapest rugged smartphone.Get the Poptel P8 for $59.99 [%50 Off]
The 5″ Poptel P8 comes with a multitude of great features like face unlock, IP68 waterproofing, a 106db speaker, NFC, fingerprint reader and a 3750mAh battery.
While the sale price will be set at $99.99, they will have three units priced at $59.99 every day. To get the exclusive $59.99 price, make sure you check in at 3pm (GMT+8) to grab one of the three that are available daily.
|Durability rating||IP68 Waterproof, Dustproof, Shockproof|
|Display||5.0 inch, 480×960 pixels, Multi-point touch|
|CPU||MT6739 Quad Core|
|RAM/Storage||Samsung 2GB+16GB, LDDR3 Technology|
|Camera||8MP rear camera with LED flash, 5MP front camera with LED flash|
|NFC and Fingerprint||Yes|
|Battery||3750mAh, 750 hours standby time, 17 hours talk time, 7 hours video time|
|Expandable Storage||Micro-SIM + MicroSD Card or Micro-SIM + Nano-SIM|
|Colors||Black, Green and Yellow|
|Size||152.2 x 73.3 x 16.1mm, 231g|
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