Is The World’s Loudest Phone Tough Enough?

If you take care of your phones as if they were your children, and want something light and aesthetically pleasing, just save yourself some time and look elsewhere. If you don’t really care about superficial details and want something you can throw in a river then there’s a chance the H5 Pro is the ideal device for you – provided you’re on a phone plan from T-Mobile or AT&T. 

This phone is durable but not indestructible, as the drop test proves it will take some scuffs when it receives a bit of abuse — and that kevlar pattern certainly starts to look a tad silly when it gets a few scratches and scuffs on it. However, the function-over-form appearance of the H5 may be a plus point. It is a phone designed for abuse, and while getting a scratch on a pristine iPhone 14 Pro might make you die a bit inside, you can put the H5 Pro through a surprising amount of punishment without making it look any worse than it already does. 

The basic Android-based functionality of this device is decent enough for use on a long outdoor trip. The unique features make for a bonus that might push you over the edge — the night vision might come in handy if you need a detailed view of something without flicking a torch on, and the speaker is probably loud enough to overpower general background noise on something like a construction site. 

Even if you ignore aesthetics, this isn’t a phone I would use every day. Looking at it practically, it’s large, bulky, and surprisingly heavy. It’s not something you just slip into your pocket and forget about. But if you’re looking for something to use while camping or working outside, it’s definitely one to consider.

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