OUKITEL, is one of the most popular smartphone maker in China releases hardware packing massive batteries and recently it has been delivered many as of K4000 LTE phone and another one called DOOGEE T6 was introduced with a 6250mAh units and today we are going to witness the launch od Oukitel K10000 with a huge 10000mAh battery, availavle for pre-order on Gearbest.
The Oukitel K10000 is a powerhouse and you’ll need to worry about a gigantic USB battery or power banks anymore, while this new K10000 smartphone has a whooping 10K battery unit, under normal use, reportedly lasts for 10 to 15 days per charge. And like some high-capacity phones, you can use any excess electricity to top up other devices.
The K10000 by Oukitel brings with it an intelligent power cosnumption management and lets you charge other smartphones easily via OTG. It does equipped with a Flash Charger that can charge the 10,000mAh battery in just 3.5 hours with a bundled 9v/2A flash charger.
Specs-wise, the K10000 features a 5.5-inch (1280 x 720 pixels) HD IPS display with frameless design that has a 86% body-to-screen ratio. Undr the hood of this new battery-centric handset, you will find it’s powered by 1GHz Quad-Core MediaTek MT6735 64-bit processor with Mali-T720 GPU, paired with 2GB of RAM and 16GB of internal storage, which is further expandable up to 32GB via microSD card.
Software it runs on Android 5.1 Lollipop and supports 4G LTE FDD-LTE bands: 800,1800,2100 and 2600MHz on Dual SIM slots. Camera on the K10000 smartphone, it carries an 8MP (Interpolated to 13MP) primary sensor with dual-tone LED flash and a 2MP (incorporated to 5MP) front-facing snapper.
It comes with smart gestures and Xender for file transfer. It is designed to have hexa-faceted edges for the mid-frame that are both curved and angular for better grip. The Oukitel K10000 phablet has a full steel frame that is 9 mm thick and weighs 184 grams. It will go on sale in Black color.
The Oukitel K10000 is priced at $239.99 and has gone live for Pre-order on GearBest and will ship worldwide from January 2016.
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