Crosscall Core-X5, the new ultra-resistant mobile that can withstand what they throw at it, literally

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Crosscall Core-X5, the new ultra-resistant mobile that can withstand what they throw at it, literally
crosscall core x5, the new ultra resistant mobile that can withstand what

The French manufacturer specializing in ultra-resistant phones renews its range of devices with a new mobile and a new tablet. True to its principles, the newly released Crosscall Core-X5 boasts a crash proof armor that protects a hardware that, without being powerful, maintains a fairly decent average quality.

Falling the mobile to the ground is one of the great nightmares of those of us who carry an “ordinary” smartphone in our pocket. We put the adjective in quotation marks because there is an unusual type of smartphone that point to resistance as one of its main qualities; market to which Crosscall is directed, a brand with a catalog that is weatherproof. That you don’t want to worry about what happens to your phone? Well, take a look at the Core-X5.

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Crosscall Core-X5 data sheet

Crosscall Core-X5

SCREEN

5.45-inch IPS-LCD (18:9)

Resolution of 720 x 1,440 pixels (HD+)

PROCESSOR

Snapdragon 665
Adreno 610 GPU

RAM

4GB

STORAGE

64GB + microSD up to 512GB

SOFTWARE

Android 11

REAR CAMERA

48 megapixels

FRONTAL CAMERA

8 megapixels

BATTERY

4,940mAh

CONNECTIVITY

Dual SIM 4G LTE
dual band Wi-Fi
Bluetooth 5.0
NFC
USB-C
3.5mm jack

OTHERS

IP68 protection
US Military Certification MIL-STD-810H
FM Radio
SOS function
Four customizable buttons
X-Link fixing system
fingerprint reader

DIMENSIONS AND WEIGHT

163 x 78 x 14.5mm

256 grams

PRICE

€549.90

An indestructible armor for a hardware with certain doubts

Core X5

The Crosscall Core-X5 inherits the good work of previous generations without excessively evolving key hardware details, such as the processor. It is undoubtedly the most negative aspect of the phone, at least on paper: the included Snapdragon 665 it is already three years old, too long for a SoC. Of course, it is a processor that has the guarantees of the Android Enterprise Recommended program: the Crosscall Core-X5 is certified.

The screen of the phone is not exaggerated in size, which is why the mobile itself is large in itself: 6.45 inches diagonal with an HD + resolution of 720 x 1440 pixels. The Crosscall Core-X5 lacks cutouts for its IPS LCD panel: the 8-megapixel front-facing camera is anchored in the top frame of the phone.

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For the rear camera, Crosscall is committed to a 48-megapixel sensor that is located in a rear module along with its LED flash. The mobile includes a direct flashlight option as well as four programmable buttons; to, for example, directly launch the camera app. This does not offer exaggerated adjustments, neither manual nor playful.

Core X5

The hardware is somewhat basic, yes, the 4 GB of RAM and 64 GB of storage (with an SD Card option and triple SIM tray) contribute to this. However, the important thing about the Crosscall Core-X5 is its resistance: the armor that protects the phone allows it to withstand adverse weather, shocks and even small incidents in the work environment. It has IP68 protection, all connectors are watertightincludes military certification and a very high repairability index: 9.1 out of 10.

Core X5

In terms of hardware, there is other bad news: the Crosscall Core-X5 starts with Android 11 and with the promise that it will update to Android 12 soon. Crosscall maintains a pure Android aspect (pretty close to AOSP, although with Google apps) and includes a 4,940 mAh battery. Given the content of the hardware, the autonomy should be comfortable.

Crosscall Core-X5 price and availability

Core X5

The brand’s latest ultra-resistant phone is now available for purchase in Spain: the Crosscall Core-X5 costs 549.90 euros at the manufacturer’s official store. It is available only in black and with a single configuration: 4/64 GB.

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