Oukitel K6000 Spotted Online with Humongous 6000mAh Battery [Report]

By Vigneshwar

Nowadays, one of the most common problem faced by the smartphone users is the battery life. Eventhough, the handset maker cramming their new devices with high-end processor and high resolution cameras, most of them forgets to work on the battery life of the device, which helps in using them for longer period.

Oukitel K6000 Spotted Online with Humongous 6000mAh Battery [Report]

In recent days, some handset makers addressing this issue to some extent by packing in bigger capacity batteries that is expected to last longer.

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One such company is the China-based Oukitel, which was in news for its huge 10,000mAh battery smartphone codenamed K10000. Now, the same company has launched yet another battery focussed device, dubbed as K6000.

This device comes powered by a 6000mAh battery, which is said to offer up to 10 days of backup on battery-saving mode and is claimed to offer up to 46 hours of music playback.

According to the company, this device can deliver up to 40 days of standby time and expected to come with fast charging feature, which provides the users up to 2 hours with just 5 minutes of charging.

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To make it more advanced, the company has added 'reverse charging feature, allowing the other handsets to charge. Anyhow, the company has not revealed anyother details about the K6000, we are expecting more information in future leaks and speculations.


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