At the beginning of the New Year in 2019, the ioutdoor brand launched the new model ioutdoor polar3. Compared with the last one thinnest and fashionable three-proof flagship ioutdoor X, the design style has changed. The polar3 is rough and tough. In addition to the strong IP68 protection, the polar 3 also added an excellent performance, builted-in QI wireless charging technology.
It means that the user only needs to put them on the charging board when charging, no need to insert the charger cable, which greatly reduces the cable usage. At the same time, users no longer need to insert and remove the mobile phone frequently, which reduces the abrasion between the charging cable and the interface. Wireless charging technology also helps improve security. Users don't need to connect Polar 3 to unknown cables. The cable is the hiding place for all malicious parts, which can prevent malicious hackers, protect privacy and improve security.
On the other hand, the biggest advancement in the development of wireless charging technology is changing our work and lifestyle. When you go out, users no longer need to carry all kinds of plug cables, and do not need to find complicated chargers and sockets. ioutdoor polor 3 has built-in standard QI wireless charging chip, so we can provide it in the office, coffee, hotel, airport, etc. anytime, anywhere provide the wirless charge c
As for the hardware ioutdoor polar 3 is equipped with 5.5 inch HD + 18:9 screen, MT6739VWW processor, 3 GB RAM, 32 GB internal storage, dual rear Sony camera 13MP + 2MP, front self-timer 8MP camera, 4000 mAh battery Capacity, with 5V / 2A fast charger and wireless charging, as well as the latest Android 8.1 Oreo as an operating system. In terms of appearance, it also introduces a more unique "the Transformers" concept, so whether it is in the powerful IP68 performance or unique design, or its high cost performance, ioutdoor polor 3 is worth buying model in the 2019! www.ioutdoor.cc
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