The glass of the smart­phone cracked, the case was dam­aged, the speak­er stopped work­ing, or the smart­phone fell into a pud­dle and can­not be restored. This hap­pens quite often, and some of us often have to change our smart­phones due to such acci­dents. But what about extreme peo­ple who would not want to risk their iPhone X? And of course, which smart­phone is suit­able for a fid­get child?

The answer, of course, is extreme­ly sim­ple — you should choose one of the “all-ter­rain” hardy smart­phones that are suit­able for all weath­er con­di­tions, for harsh treat­ment, are not afraid of falls and have durable glass.

Doogee S60

This smart­phone from Doogee has an indus­tri­al design and a low price. But its char­ac­ter­is­tics def­i­nite­ly make them­selves felt. The 5.2‑inch dis­play of the smart­phone has a res­o­lu­tion of 1920x1080 and is pro­tect­ed by Goril­la Glass 5. The rugged case allows you not to injure the device when it falls. At the same time, the smart­phone can­not be called weak at all — with 6GB of RAM and 64GB of inter­nal mem­o­ry, it suc­cess­ful­ly runs on the Helio P25 proces­sor and allows you to run games, watch videos and much more. It is also dis­tin­guished by a high-qual­i­ty main cam­era with a res­o­lu­tion of 21MP, and a front-fac­ing 8MP.

It is worth not­ing the fact that the bat­tery is strik­ing in its capac­i­ty — 5580mAh, mak­ing the Doogee S60 an excel­lent option for hik­ing and trav­el­ing. The smart­phone sup­ports both fast charg­ing and wire­less, how­ev­er, the kit does not include a wire­less charg­er, but this prob­lem is eas­i­ly solved.

I must say that for trav­el­ers Doogee is stuffed with con­ve­nient and nec­es­sary func­tions to the eye­balls: a barom­e­ter, a gyro­scope, a coulomb­me­ter, a noise lev­el meter and even a bub­ble lev­el. The lat­ter will def­i­nite­ly not be left with­out use, since the cam­era in a smart­phone real­ly allows you to take good shots.

All this is packed into a fair­ly large and rel­a­tive­ly heavy, but incred­i­bly strong and durable case. There­fore, Doogee S60 is an excel­lent smart­phone that will with­stand any con­di­tions.

Ulefone Armor 2

Among Ule­fone smart­phones, there are com­plete­ly dif­fer­ent mod­els: both more fash­ion­able and mod­ern, and designed for harsh oper­at­ing con­di­tions. Among the lat­ter, Ule­fone Armor can be dis­tin­guished. Already from the name it becomes clear that the device will be reli­ably pro­tect­ed and this is true. It appeared on the mar­ket recent­ly, but works on Helio P25, offers 6GB of RAM and 64GB of inter­nal mem­o­ry. That is, in terms of para­me­ters, it is very sim­i­lar to the Doogee S60, but at a much cheap­er price.

The main cam­era with a res­o­lu­tion of 16MP and a more mod­ern front cam­era with a res­o­lu­tion of 13MP dif­fer. Ule­fone Armor 2 fol­lowed the path of the iPhone, so the man­u­fac­tur­er decid­ed to part with the head­phone jack. How­ev­er, for mobile active peo­ple, this, most like­ly, will not become a seri­ous minus, on the con­trary, it will turn out to be very con­ve­nient.

The dis­play has a diag­o­nal of 5 inch­es and a res­o­lu­tion of 1920x1080. Large enough and bright enough, it allows you to work and com­mu­ni­cate com­fort­ably, while not turn­ing your smart­phone into a huge device. The bat­tery capac­i­ty of Ule­fone Armor 2 is 4700mAh, so it will allow you to com­mu­ni­cate as much as you like.

It should be not­ed that with a large amount of pro­tec­tion — bumpers on the case and rein­force­ments, Ule­fone Armor 2 remains rel­a­tive­ly light, so it is suit­able for both chil­dren and adults.

Blackview BV7000 Pro

Black­view are large, pow­er­ful and very durable smart­phones, so the list would be incom­plete if we did not men­tion them. One of the mod­els that you should def­i­nite­ly pay atten­tion to is the Black­view BV7000 Pro. This device slight­ly expands the tar­get audi­ence of large rugged smart­phones and the first thing to note is the dis­play. The 5‑inch screen with a res­o­lu­tion of 1920x1080 impress­es with its con­ve­nience. Even on a bright sun­ny day, you can eas­i­ly watch videos and read on it.

The set of func­tions for work and leisure, again, pro­vides much more options. For exam­ple, “Smart somatosen­so­ry” allows you to con­trol cer­tain func­tions with ges­tures, set the noti­fi­ca­tion light, or Par­al­lel Space, a func­tion that allows you to clone appli­ca­tions so that they can be used by dif­fer­ent users.

The bat­tery capac­i­ty of the smart­phone is 3500 mAh, and it runs on a Medi­atek MTK6750T chip. Oth­er­wise, it lives up to com­mon specs, pro­vid­ing 4GB of RAM, 64GB of inter­nal stor­age, and 13MP and 8MP cam­eras.

Blackview BV8000 Pro

The BV8000 is a new­er mod­el, and this is imme­di­ate­ly notice­able in the per­for­mance. Instead of 4GB of RAM, we get 6GB, now the device runs on Helio P25, and the inter­nal mem­o­ry is still 64GB.

This smart­phone is a clear exam­ple of how you can cre­ate a top device with mod­ern fea­tures and a rugged body. Black­view runs on Android, just like its pre­de­ces­sor, and comes with numer­ous handy fea­tures.

The dis­play diag­o­nal is still 5 inch­es, and the res­o­lu­tion is 1920x1080. Users will also be pleased with the bat­tery capac­i­ty of this smart­phone, it has been increased to 4180 mAh and the bat­tery lasts for an even longer time. Such a smart­phone weighs 243g, which is quite a bit for a durable device.

You can choose a smart­phone in three col­ors — sil­ver, gray and gold.

There is also an excel­lent bud­get option in the Black­view mod­el line, which is suit­able for chil­dren — Black­view BV5000. It is avail­able in orange and green col­ors, equipped with 2GB of RAM and 16GB of inter­nal mem­o­ry. This is a con­ve­nient and light­weight smart­phone that can han­dle light games and is per­fect for com­mu­ni­ca­tion. Its bat­tery capac­i­ty is 5000mAh, which makes it an ide­al device for a child.

Homtom HT20

Hom­tom HT20 is anoth­er smart­phone from Doogee brand­ed as Hom­Tom and is IP68 rat­ed. This means that it is pro­tect­ed from dust and water. In addi­tion, the HT20 can with­stand drops from a height of 1.2 meters onto a hard sur­face, mean­ing it can be dropped with­out wor­ry­ing about its dura­bil­i­ty. The body of the smart­phone is made on a met­al frame with a rub­ber­ized sur­face, so even with­out a case you always have a bumper.

Oth­er­wise, the char­ac­ter­is­tics also do not dis­ap­point: these are 2GB of RAM and 16GB of inter­nal mem­o­ry, a Medi­atek MT6737 proces­sor and cam­eras with a res­o­lu­tion of 13MP and 5MP.

The dis­play has a diag­o­nal of 4.7 inch­es and a res­o­lu­tion of 1280x720.

I must say that for a rugged smart­phone, Hom­tom HT20 is one of the light­est options in terms of weight. It weighs only 190g, so it is per­fect for both adults and chil­dren.

The 3500mAh bat­tery will keep you always con­nect­ed. Let it lag behind the flag­ships and mar­ket lead­ers in terms of char­ac­ter­is­tics, but in terms of its endurance it will give odds to many.

Hom­tom HT20 can be tak­en with you on trips, to work, on vaca­tion and always remain con­fi­dent in its safe­ty.