Oukitel K6000 pre-orders begin October 20th; 6000mAh battery, 5.5-inch HD display priced at $139.99

Oukitel K6000 pre-orders begin October 20th; 6000mAh battery, 5.5-inch HD display priced at $139.99
Last week, we told you about the Oukitel K6000, the new phablet from the Chinese manufacturer stuffed with a 6000mAh li-polymer juicer that can take the heat of rapid charging without blowing up. Today, Oukitel reached out to us to let us know that it will start taking pre-orders for the handset on October 20th, priced at $139.99.

Besides the gigantic power plant, the device is equipped with a 5.5-inch screen (with 2.5D glass) carrying a 720 x 1280 resolution (HD). Under the hood, you'll find the MediaTek MT6735P, containing a quad-core 1.0GHz CPU and the Mali-T720 GPU. 2GB of RAM is inside, along with 16GB of internal storage. A 32GB capacity microSD slot is onboard for those needing additional memory.

The Oukitel K6000 offers a 13MP rear-facing camera, and a front-facing 5MP snapper that takes selfies and handles video chats. The battery has already been discussed, and will power other devices with its reverse charging capabilities. Additionally, 5 minutes of charge time will give you enough juice to power two-hours of 2G call time. Android 5.1 is pre-installed.

With a price that won't clean out your wallet, you're getting a phone that will go up to 10 days between charges under normal use (according to the manufacturer). The device will also provide up to 40 days of standby time. If you're looking for a handset that allows you to keep walking past that bank of electrical outlets, click on the sourcelink.


source: Oukitel

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