Chinese smartphone maker OEM rose to fame a few weeks back thanks to the "Hammer Test" of their K4000 smartphone. After announcing the Oukitel K4000 last month, the company released a new device dubbed the K6000 with a humongous 6000mAh battery.
Apparently Oukitel has now opened up pre-orders for their new battery centric device. In fact the device is now available at a price tag of $139.99 (Rs 9,100 approx.) with all major resellers in China. With such a large battery on the inside, Oukitel K6000 falls in direct competition with two other Chinese devices - Doogee T6 sporting 6250mAh battery and Innos D600 with an identical 6000mAh Li-Poly unit.
The USP of the Oukitel K6000 however lies in its reverse charging capability. Hence you can now use the excess juice of the K6000 to charge some of your other smart devices. Considering the fact that standard power banks of present date comes with 5000mAh Li-Poly cells on the inside, it won't be a bad idea to ditch the power banks use the K6000 instead.
The company also claims that their device can run upto 2 hours (2G Talk time) with only 5 mins of charge!
The Oukitel K6000 sports a 5.5 inch HD (1280x720) 2.5D Curved Glass display along with a 1.0GHz quad core Mediatek SoC (MT6735P). Just like any other mid-range device available in the market, the K6000 comes with a 2GB of RAM.
In terms of storage the Oukitel K6000 comes with 16GB of internal memory. Sadly, there isn't any space for memory expansion. The optics of the device are handled by a 13MP rear and a 5MP front cameras.
Despite $139.99 (Rs 9,100) price tag, you can buy the Oukitel K6000 at a much lower price of $109.99 (Rs 7,100) thanks to a promotional discount at Everbuying.
With smaller Chinese brands like Oukitel, Doogee, Innos paying so much impetus in the battery department, it's high time for the bigwigs like Samsung, LG, and Xiaomi to make a move. What say?