Remember when we introduced you to the OUKITEL K10000 during episode 155 of the Pocketnow Weekly? That was several months ago. And since then, the Chinese company has started marketing the K6000 by placing it one degree of separation away from the Thunderdome. We’ve also reviewed a phone from outside of its battery-focused device series, too.

Well, the time has come to finally welcome this beast of a phone into the world as pre-sales have started on Chinese retail site Gearbest. The list price is marked as $239.99, but add on coupon code “K10000” and it gets knocked down to $199.99.

So, what’s officially in this beast of a machine?

Component Description
Screen size 5.5 inches
Screen type LCD
Resolution 1280 x 720
Pixel density 267 ppi
SoC MediaTek MT6735
Type 64-bit quad-core
Speed 1.0GHz
GPU Mali-T720
Storage 16GB (microSD expandable)
Camera 8-megapixel rear (interpolated to 13 megapixels) / 2-megapixel front (interpolated to 5 megapixels
Flash Dual-LED
Battery 10Ah
OS Android 5.1
GSM 850/900/1800/1900MHz
WCDMA 1900/2100MHz
LTE 800/1800/2100/2600MHz
SIM Dual micro-SIM
Bluetooth Bluetooth 4.0
Dimensions 157 x 75 x 14mm / 184g

OUKITEL is claiming 10-15 days of “normal use” off of a full charge which will take three-and-a-half hours from zero. A Russian video blogger featured on the Gearbest site says he was able to squeeze 31 hours of continuous screen-on time from the K10000 unit he has.

The K10000 begins shipping January 2.

Source: Gearbest
Via: GSMArena

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