Oukitel RT3 Review - a compact rugged tablet

16 December 2022, 10:03:49

Oukitel RT3 Review - a compact rugged tabletOukitel RT3 is the brand's third ruggedized tablet. With this take, Oukitel goes back to a more compact form factor combined with a more affordable price.
You can buy Oukitel RT3 at a promotion price from Oukitel's official AliExpress store. The global premiere is from Dec 21 to Dec 25 and during that period there are special discounts.

Specifications overview and what's in the box

Oukitel RT3is equipped with an 8-inch IPS display with a resolution of 1280 x 800 pixels and 400 nits of typical brightness. It packs a 5150 mAh battery with 10W charging support. A MediaTek Helio P22 chipset ticks under the hood. Produced on TSMC"s 12nm node, it houses an octa-core CPU with four 2GHz A53 cores and another four of those but clocked at 1.5GHz. The graphics department is handled by a 650MHz PowerVR GE8320 GPU. There are 4GB of LPDDR4 RAM on board along with 64GB of built-in eMMC 5.1 storage. The latter can be expanded. The camera department comprises three shooters. For selfies, there's an 8MP Sony IMX314 sensor with an f/2.2 lens on the front. On the back, there's a 16MP Sony IMX519 main camera with an f/1.8 aperture and a 2MP macro unit with a GalaxyCore GC032A sensor and an f/2.2 aperture. The tablet is fitted with a USB Type-C 2.0 port with OTG support and a single speaker with two sound holes. It runs on Android 12 and supports dual-band Wi-Fi 802.11ac, Wi-Fi Direct, Cast Display, Wi-Fi Hotspot, Bluetooth 5.3, GPS, Galileo, and GLONASS. The complete Oukitel RT3 specifications can be found here. Oukitel RT3 arrives in a big white rectangular box with the brand name imprinted with a silver glossy finish on the top and sides of the lid. The list of accessories accompanying the device includes:

Design overview

Oukitel RT3 has a classic ruggedized appearance and the colored polycarbonate frame that's exposed in several places with matching colored elements gives the device an overall youthful and energizing appeal. The hard polycarbonate frame is covered with TPU and the corners are additionally cushioned. The rear shell is also protected with the same material and has several decorative elements that not only add to the overall appeal but also improve grip. The tablet is compact and lightweight for a ruggedized one. It tipped our scales at 524 grams. The body (when held in a portrait position) is 133.63 mm wide, 206.47 mm high, and 13.72 mm thick. The available colors include black with accents in gray, green, and orange. We are reviewing a unit with green accents and we must say, it look quite fresh. The model is IP68, IP69K, and MIL-STD-810H certified. This means it is protected against immersion in water with a depth of up to 1.5 meters, from ingress of dust and sand, extreme temperatures and pressure, etc. It can also survive drops from up to 1.5 meters. The front is occupied by the 8-inch display with thick bezels - 13 mm on top and bottom and 8 mm on the sides. The selfie camera is in the center of the top bezel with the LED notification light and the light sensor to its right. You can choose from gesture and virtual buttons navigation. The camera island is placed in the top-left corner of the rear shell with the two shooters positioned in a diagonal manner with the LED flash placed in the right corner of the module. The Oukitel logo is vertically aligned (when in portrait position) in the center of the rear shell. The top frame houses the hybrid, dual-SIM tray and the USB Type-C 2.0 port, each with an insulating cover. The bottom frame has two sound outlets connected to a single speaker. The left frame has a mic hole, while the right one has a vent hole, a power button, and the volume up/down button.

Display

Oukitel RT3 is fitted with an 8-inch IPS display with a resolution of 1280 x 800 pixels. The manufacturer specifies 400 nits of typical brightness. From the Display settings, you can set the brightness level, switch on/off the adaptive brightness feature, the Dark Theme, or the Night Light. From here, you can also set the system navigation.
Maximum brightness (100% APL)
Doogee S60
653.279 cd/m2
Xiaomi Mi Note 3
650.464 cd/m2
Unihertz 8849 Tank Mini 1
650.243 cd/m2
Xiaomi Mi 5 Standard Edition
648.5 cd/m2
Xiaomi Mi 5s Plus
645.889 cd/m2
UMIDIGI S2 Pro
645.024 cd/m2
Cubot X19
644.401 cd/m2
Oukitel RT3
643.38 cd/m2
Cubot Pocket 3
634.53 cd/m2
Ulefone Armor 17 Pro
627.618 cd/m2
UMIDIGI S2
625.524 cd/m2
Samsung Galaxy S9+ Exynos
624.854 cd/m2
Ulefone Armor 23 Ultra
623.15 cd/m2
Bluboo S8+
622.044 cd/m2
Xiaomi Mi 6
620.987 cd/m2
The maximum brightness of the display is 643.38 cd/m2 measured on a fully white screen. Indeed, when used outdoors, the display's content is clearly visible under direct sunlight. Below you will find our usual measurements of the white and black luminance, static contrast ratio, and color temperature of the display taken twice - on a single frame that displays 50% white and 50% black and on two separate frames displaying a fully white and a fully black screen.

A single frame, 50% white / 50% black

Brightness White luminance Black luminance Contrast Color temperature
100 % 497.274 cd/m2 0.332 cd/m2 1498 : 1 8778 K
0 % 5.175 cd/m2 0.00 cd/m2 - 9015 K

Two separate black and white frames

Brightness White luminance Black luminance Contrast Color temperature
100 % 643.38 cd/m2 0.403 cd/m2 1596 : 1 8454 K
0 % 3.718 cd/m2 0.00 cd/m2 - 8806 K
The white and black luminance of the display measured on two separate white and black frames is significantly higher than the white and black luminance measured on one screen that shows 50% white and 50% black. That's 643.38 cd/m2 from the first against 497.274 cd/m2 from the second. However, the ratio between the white and black luminance is close hence the almost equal static contrast ratio between the two types of measurements - 1500:1 and 1600:1. The temperature of the white point varies from 8500 K to 9000 K.
The CIE diagram shows a color space coverage that covers a lot less than 100% sRGB. The display panel has a traditional vertical striped RGB subpixel arrangement.

Software and connectivity

Oukitel RT3 runs on stock Android 12 with all traditional design elements and layouts at place. The Lock screen has the usual big Time widget with a small Date widget above it. The Home screen has a \search bar with voice search and Google lens embedded. A Dite/Weather widget follows with the two usual rows of apps at the bottom of the screen. by default, the apps are accessed with a swipe to the left. However, from the Home settings, you can choose to access them from an app drawer. Google Discover is not enabled. In addition to the Home settings, the Widgets menu offers a list of widgets and wallpapers to choose from. The Quick Settings and Notifications design is a classic Android 12 one. The Task Manager tiles the apps horizontally with options for entering split-screen and accessing a White List where you can protect them from being cleared when using the Clear all feature. Desktop shortcuts are supported. The RT3 arrives with a very basic set of apps pre-installed - Torch, Calculator, Clock, FM Radio, QR code scanner, Sound Recorder, Play Bppls, Assistant, YT Kids, Calendar, Keep Notes, Child mode, Game mode, System Manager, Toolbag, Phone, Contacts, Messenger, Camera, and all the Google apps. The Settings menu has two tabs - Settings and Function. The first one lists all options without grouping them and includes all the latest Android 12 features, including memory expansion. The Function tab lists Child Mode, Gestire Motion, and QRCode Scan. The Gesture motion includes several toggles - three-point screenshot, three-point camera entry, two-point volume adjust, and unlock.
The wireless connectivity options of Oukitel RT3 include dual-band Wi-Fi 802.11ac, Wi-Fi Hotspot, Wi-Fi Direct, Cast Display, and Bluetooth 5.3. The tablet also arrives with a hybrid, dual Nano-SIM card slot supporting dual 4G LTE. Both SIM cards support the following network bands: 2G GSM (B2/B3/B5/B8), 3G WCDMA (B1/B8), and 4G LTE (B1/B3/B7/B8/B19/B20). One of the Nano-SIM card slots can be used for a microSD card. For positioning, the device also supports GPS, Galileo, Beidou, and GLONASS. Our review unit has managed to detect a good number from both GPS and GLONASS satellites with an accuracy of up to 3 meters. The model is fitted with a USB Type-C port with OTG support.

Performance

Oukitel RT3 is based on the 12nm MediaTek Helio P22 (MT6762) chipset. It houses an octa-core Cortex-A53 CPU with four 2GHz cores and four 1.5GHz cores. A Mali-G72 handles the graphics department. The SoC is paired with 4GB of LPDDR4 RAM and 64GB of eMMC 5.1 storage. The latter can be expanded. Of those 64GB, 53GB are available to the user. The results from the benchmark tests we ran on the device demonstrate the model's performance is on par with other mobile devices based on MediaTek's Helio A25 and Helio G35 chipsets, and the UNISOC SC9863A SoC.
AnTuTu v9.x.x - Overall score
Cubot X50
202780 (MediaTek Helio P60 (MT6771))
Oukitel RT2
192787 (MediaTek MT8788V)
Cubot Pocket 3
188177 (MediaTek Helio G85 (MT6769Z))
Doogee S61 Pro
124417 (MediaTek Helio G35 (MT6765G))
Ulefone Armor 15
121944 (MediaTek Helio G35 (MT6765G))
AGM H5
120325 (MediaTek Helio G35 (MT6765G))
Blackview BV6600
111511 (MediaTek Helio A25 (MT6762V))
Oukitel RT3
111409 (MediaTek Helio P22 (MT6762))
Ulefone Note 13P
108317 (MediaTek Helio G35 (MT6765G))
Ulefone Power Armor 14
105578 (MediaTek Helio G35 (MT6765G))
Cubot TAB 10
102958 (Unisoc SC9863A)
Cubot Note 9
92867 (Unisoc SC9863A)
Cubot KingKong 5 Pro
84230 (MediaTek Helio A25 (MT6762V))
Cubot KingKong 5
82617 (MediaTek Helio A25 (MT6762V))
Cubot Max 3
80607 (MediaTek Helio A25 (MT6762V))
Geekbench 5 - Single-core
Doogee N40 Pro
286 (MediaTek Helio P60 (MT6771))
Ulefone Armor 15
178 (MediaTek Helio G35 (MT6765G))
Doogee S61 Pro
175 (MediaTek Helio G35 (MT6765G))
Ulefone Power Armor 14
174 (MediaTek Helio G35 (MT6765G))
Ulefone Note 13P
174 (MediaTek Helio G35 (MT6765G))
AGM H5
163 (MediaTek Helio G35 (MT6765G))
Blackview BV6600
155 (MediaTek Helio A25 (MT6762V))
Oukitel RT3
155 (MediaTek Helio P22 (MT6762))
Cubot P30
154 (MediaTek Helio P23 (MT6763V))
Doogee N30
153 (MediaTek Helio A25 (MT6762V))
Cubot Note 9
150 (Unisoc SC9863A)
Cubot TAB 10
149 (Unisoc SC9863A)
Cubot KingKong 5
140 (MediaTek Helio A25 (MT6762V))
Cubot Max 3
138 (MediaTek Helio A25 (MT6762V))
Cubot KingKong 5 Pro
138 (MediaTek Helio A25 (MT6762V))
Geekbench 5 - Multi-core
Doogee N30
889 (MediaTek Helio A25 (MT6762V), cores: 8)
Blackview BV6600
875 (MediaTek Helio A25 (MT6762V), cores: 8)
Ulefone Power Armor 14
871 (MediaTek Helio G35 (MT6765G), cores: 8)
Ulefone Note 13P
859 (MediaTek Helio G35 (MT6765G), cores: 8)
Cubot P30
816 (MediaTek Helio P23 (MT6763V), cores: 8)
Cubot TAB 10
809 (Unisoc SC9863A, cores: 8)
Cubot Note 9
798 (Unisoc SC9863A, cores: 8)
Oukitel RT3
787 (MediaTek Helio P22 (MT6762), cores: 8)
Cubot KingKong 5
737 (MediaTek Helio A25 (MT6762V), cores: 8)
Cubot Max 3
734 (MediaTek Helio A25 (MT6762V), cores: 8)
Cubot KingKong 5 Pro
719 (MediaTek Helio A25 (MT6762V), cores: 8)
PCMark Work 3.0
UMIDIGI Z2
4646 (MediaTek Helio P23 (MT6763V))
Oukitel K6
4642 (MediaTek Helio P23 (MT6763V))
Blackview P10000 Pro
4638 (MediaTek Helio P23 (MT6763V))
Blackview BV8000 Pro
4619 (MediaTek Helio P25T (MT6757T))
Vernee Apollo Lite
4586 (MediaTek Helio X20 (MT6797))
Cubot TAB 10
4580 (Unisoc SC9863A)
Cubot KingKong 5 Pro
4573 (MediaTek Helio A25 (MT6762V))
Oukitel RT3
4547 (MediaTek Helio P22 (MT6762))
Elephone S8
4547 (MediaTek Helio X25 (MT6797T))
Cubot Max 3
4491 (MediaTek Helio A25 (MT6762V))
Cubot KingKong 5
4486 (MediaTek Helio A25 (MT6762V))
Alldocube M8
4448 (MediaTek Helio X27 (MT6797X))
Ulefone Future
4441 (MediaTek Helio P10 (MT6755))
Gionee S8
4389 (MediaTek Helio P10 (MT6755))
Vernee Mars
4314 (MediaTek Helio P10 (MT6755))

Camera, photo samples

Oukitel RT3 is fitted with two rear cameras - a 16MP Sony IMX519 main shooter with an f/1.8 aperture and a 2MP GaaxyCore GC032 macro unit with an f/2.2 aperture. Here are some photo samples from the main rear camera:
HDR: off
HDR: on
HDR: on
HDR: off
HDR: on
HDR: on
HDR: off
HDR: on
HDR: on

Front camera

The selfie camera of Oukitel RT3 uses an 8MP Sony IMX314 sensor behind an f/2.2 lens.

Battery

A 5150 powers Oukitel RT3 paired with an 5W/2A charger. All battery tests we run on the devices we review are developed by us and performed with the screen of the device being calibrated to 200 cd/m2. Battery-saving features are disabled.
Charging (2 hours and 55 minutes)
With the provided USB cable and charger, our review unit charged in full for 2 hours and 55 minutes. The process develops steadily until the battery regains 90% of its charge. That's 2 hours and 30 minutes from the start. The last 10% to 100% need 25 minutes to charge as the process slows down during this period. The battery temperature starts at 27°C and starts to increase gradually until it reaches its peak of 34° 50 minutes from the start. This level is maintained for around 15 minutes and then the battery temperature slowly decreases to reach 28°C in the end.
Browsing (10 hours and 34 minutes)
Our intensive browsing test showed that the battery drains completely in 10 hours and 34 minutes. The process is marked by a slow start for the first 20 minutes, a steady mid period, and a faster discharging end. The battery temperature starts at 27°C and gradually increases to 30-31°C after 30 minutes and remains at this level for 7 hours. Afterward, it continues to increase gradually, reaching 33°C in the end.
1080p Video (7 hours and 57 minutes)
1920x1080, 30 fps, H.264, 20Mbps bitrate
The video test for battery life uses a 1080p video at 30 fps with a ~20Mbps rate. In this test, the battery of the Oukitel RT3 lasted for 7 hours and 57 minutes. The discharging process during this test follows the same pattern with a slow start and a faster end observed during the browsing test. The battery starts at 27°C, reaches 31°C after 30 minutes, and 33-34°C after another 45 minutes. It remains at this level until the end.
3D Graphics/Gaming (5 hours and 43 minutes)
YEBIS OpenGL ES 3.0 3D Tech Demo
For the 3D Graphics/Gaming test, the YEBIS OpenGL ES 3.0 3D Tech Demo is used. The result from this test is 5 hours and 43 minutes. The discharging pattern resembles that of the browsing and video tests but instead of a faster ending, it has a slower one. The battery temperature starts at 27°C and in 1 hour and 30 minutes it goes up to 37°C, remaining at this level almost until the end when it gradually increases to 38-39°C.
Browsing
UMIDIGI One Max
11:43 (4150 mAh)
Google Pixel 8 Pro
11:34 (5050 mAh)
Cubot KingKong 5
11:30 (5000 mAh)
Oukitel K8000
11:28 (8000 mAh)
Ulefone T2
11:25 (4200 mAh)
Cubot X20 Pro
11:00 (4000 mAh)
Oukitel WP5000
10:49 (5200 mAh)
Xiaomi Redmi Note 4X
10:49 (4100 mAh)
Hafury Meet
10:44 (5100 mAh)
Doogee BL7000
10:34 (7060 mAh)
Oukitel RT3
10:34 (5150 mAh)
Doogee Y7 Plus
10:32 (5080 mAh)
Samsung Galaxy S10+ Exynos
10:32 (4100 mAh)
Cubot X19
10:30 (4000 mAh)
Gretel GT6000
10:28 (6000 mAh)
Samsung Galaxy A52 5G
10:26 (4500 mAh)
Xiaomi Redmi Note 7 Pro
10:23 (4000 mAh)
Xiaomi Mi A3
10:22 (4030 mAh)
Ulefone Note 13P
10:16 (5180 mAh)
Xiaomi Redmi Note 7
10:12 (4000 mAh)
Xiaomi 11 Lite 5G NE
10:07 (4250 mAh)
1080p Video
UMIDIGI Z2 Pro
09:10 (3550 mAh)
Cubot X18 Plus
09:06 (4000 mAh)
Xiaomi Mi A2
09:03 (3010 mAh)
Oukitel U23
08:59 (3500 mAh)
Doogee Mix
08:56 (3380 mAh)
Nokia X6
08:35 (3060 mAh)
Cubot P20
08:25 (4000 mAh)
Blackview BV7000 Pro
08:19 (3500 mAh)
Ulefone X
08:06 (3300 mAh)
Oukitel OT5 8250mAh
08:04 (8250 mAh)
Oukitel RT3
07:57 (5150 mAh)
Bluboo S8
07:44 (3450 mAh)
Cubot X18
07:39 (3200 mAh)
Bluboo S8+
07:26 (3600 mAh)
Blackview S8
07:24 (3180 mAh)
Xiaomi Mi 5c
07:16 (2860 mAh)
Elephone S7 Special Edition
06:48 (3000 mAh)
LeEco Le X920
06:40 (3700 mAh)
Ulefone Gemini
06:15 (3250 mAh)
Elephone S8
06:03 (4000 mAh)
Leagoo KIICAA MIX
05:54 (3000 mAh)
3D Graphics/Gaming
Ulefone Armor 23 Ultra
05:59 (5280 mAh)
Oukitel U18
05:57 (4000 mAh)
Vernee Mix 2
05:56 (4200 mAh)
UMIDIGI S3 Pro
05:55 (5150 mAh)
Unihertz Jelly Star
05:55 (2000 mAh)
Maze Alpha X 64GB
05:54 (3900 mAh)
Blackview BV8000 Pro
05:49 (4180 mAh)
Cubot P30
05:47 (4000 mAh)
OnePlus 5T
05:46 (3300 mAh)
Oukitel OT5 8250mAh
05:44 (8250 mAh)
Oukitel RT3
05:43 (5150 mAh)
UMIDIGI Z2 Special Edition
05:43 (3850 mAh)
Xiaomi Redmi Note 8 Pro
05:38 (4500 mAh)
Elephone U Pro
05:37 (3550 mAh)
Doogee Mix 2
05:34 (4060 mAh)
Oukitel U11 Plus
05:33 (3700 mAh)
Oukitel U16 Max
05:31 (4000 mAh)
Xiaomi Redmi Note 7 Pro
05:28 (4000 mAh)
UMIDIGI Z1 Pro
05:27 (4000 mAh)
UMIDIGI One Pro
05:26 (3250 mAh)
Cubot X20 Pro
05:22 (4000 mAh)

Battery management

The Battery menu has a traditional Android 12 design and layout. It begins with the battery charge and status. This is followed by the Battery Usage data. The Battery Saver follows with options to be scheduled and to be automatically turned off when the battery regains more than 90% of its charge. The Battery Manager is another feature that can be toggled on/off. When on, it sends a warning message when an app uses power abnormally. Finally, there's the Battery percentage toggle with shows/hides the charge percentage in the status bar.
You can buy Oukitel RT3 at a promotion price from Oukitel's official AliExpress store. The global premiere is from Dec 21 to Dec 25 and during that period there are special discounts.

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