Oukitel is a company that unheard of out of China, however they seems to have developed a phone that aims to replace your wooden hammer! The device dubbed Oukitel K4000 is built like a rock and no wonder the Chinese company showed some gut to air a trailer of the device being used to hammer nails onto a piece of wood.
With Mediatek 6735P chip under the hood with cores clocked at 1.0GHz each coupled with 2GB of RAM, the Oukitel K4000 may not be the most powerful device, but surely in one of the toughest around.
The rock like build of the device is thanks to a use of Zn Magnesium chassis along with a dual tempered glass build. The company claims to have used not one but three layers of anti-scratch 9H hardness glass protection which can easily survive the device from bumps and falls.
Additionally the Oukitel utilizes a large 4000mAh battery under the hood to keep the chipset humming. With a large battery and an excellent built quality Oukitel apparently appears to be one of the best devices around to use it as daily driver, considering the fact that most flagship devices of the present day lack on these two important aspect!
On the front of the K4000 is a 5 inch HD (1280x720) panel protected by a 2.5D curved glass along with a 5MP f/2.0 aperture wide angle camera. The back hones a 13MP camera module sourced from Sony, however a fingerprint reader goes missing.
The Oukitel K4000 runs on Android Lollipop 5.1 and is available for sale worldwide via Coolicool at $119.99 (Rs 13,000 approx.). Further one can avail a promotional discount of $5 (Rs 325 approx.) using the code K4000. Apart from the hammer test stunt the Oukitel was seen being run over by a car in another teaser video by the company!