Crosscall’s new rugged mobile phone has several resistance certificates, a 6-nanometer Qualcomm processor and 5G connectivity.
Android is an operating system that encompasses many manufacturers and types of mobile phones, and not all brands focus on the same type of users. In fact, in recent years we have seen many of them that have begun to enter the world of folding.
In this case, the Crosscall Stellar X5 It is not a folding device, but belongs to the category of rugged mobile phones. It is a device that, beyond its three stations, has several certifications that ensure that it is capable of resisting shocks and conditions that conventional devices could not. In addition, it boasts of being a device that seeks sustainability, offering a 5-year warranty.
Beyond that, tell me other virtues such as having a fairly good battery and a combination of RAM and internal memory that can make it last a long time. Of course, the manufacturer’s intention is to place it at the top of the market for this type of device. Its price, however, is not low, and it goes on the market in Spain for 899 euros.
Military resistance certificate
The Crosscall Stellar X5 is a mobile phone made to resist impacts and risk situations, and for this it has a military certificate MIL-STD-801H, which ensures that it has been subjected to harsh resistance tests. According to the manufacturer, it also has IP68 water resistance, which means it can be submerged at 2 m for 30 minutes without suffering any type of damage.
The processor chosen by the company is a Qualcomn QCM5430 manufactured in 6 nanometers which is complemented by 8 GB of RAM for multitasking and 128 GB of internal storage to save applications, videos and other content. Its battery is not exaggeratedly large as is the case in other rugged devices, which makes it a fairly stylized phone for its class, with a thickness of 11.9 mm. Its capacity is 4,500 mAh.
One of the most promising things about the device is that the company has promised an update to three versions of Android. It has come out with Android 13, something that, so to speak, requires an update if we take into account that Android 14 is already available, but that at least ensures that it will reach Android 16. It has a 6.49-inch panel in size at Full HD+ resolution and with a maximum brightness of 450 nits, which is not too high, but will serve to see the screen correctly on most occasions. The best thing is that it is a mobile phone with 5G connectivity, so it is perfectly adapted to the current standard.
As for its photographic section, it has a double rear camera, 50 Mpx for its main sensor and 13 Mpx for its secondary sensor, which is a wide angle with which you can take photographs with a greater angle of view. Its selfie camera is 16 Mpx.