OUKITEL has emerged in our coverage as another Chinese OEM to take seriously after we reviewed the OUKITEL U10. We previously covered the K10000, part of the company’s efforts to provide customers with the largest battery for a cheap price. The company’s currently selling its much more reserved, but better-designed K4000 smartphone.


OUKITEL’s headed back up the amp-hour ladder again, this time to the K6000. The company issued an initial statement for the device that claims 46 hours of non-stop music, 10 days of use with the phone’s power-save mode and 40 days of standby. It will also come with fast charging (at 9V/2A conversion) and reverse charging support.

The design is pretty generic, but the fit-and-finish may be pretty substantial — the K4000 had a zinc-magnesium alloy frame.

Everything else has yet to be revealed by the company (including the reasoning for the poster), so it looks like we’ll have to wait a bit more.

Who wants to head over and see a fight at Thunderdome?

Source: GizmoChina
Via: AndroidGuys

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