Motorola Droid 2 is well known about its extremely durable display but also about its high price, as it sells for about $600 unlocked. Here is where VKworld kicks in with its new VKworld T5 and T5S entry level devices that may not have the processing power of the Droid Turbo 2, but the main characteristic of both devices is the same: Extremely durable display.
VKworld is so confident about its devices that puts them through three difficult tests: Break walnuts, use it as a hammer to hit nails and throw it against the wall. And it seems that the devices survive the tests! But how do they?
Similar to the Moto Droid Turbo 2, VKworld also covered the screen with a shatter shield. But unlike Turbo 2 whose screen consists of 5 layers, the screen on T5/T5 SE is thinner with only 3 layers but still maintains the high strength. Except for the shatter shield layer, it also features a buffer layer to reduce impact from collision and a 2.5D glass layer to provide better swiping experience.
Apart from the display, the devices have better specs than most entry-level phones as they feature 2GB RAM/16GB internal storage where other devices have just 1GB/8GB internal storage. The devices sell for $49.99 and below you can watch the three test VKworld exhibits.