The new VK World VK6050 packs 6050mAh battery.


Following the growing niche of devices with giant batteries, VKWorld expects to take a ride in the success of this new wave, presenting their new VK6050.

Taking a look in the picture, the VK6050 certainly carries a design which resemble another device from Bluboo, which also has the battery as main attraction the X550. By contrast, the VK6050 offers an even larger battery with no less than 6050mAh.

VKWorld ensures that such capacity can yield up to the device 5 days of continuous use, 2 days of heavy use or 40 days of standby. And something that is worth noting is that despite the giant size of the battery the VK6050 measure 9.5mm thick, an really impressive mark.

The others specs includes a 5.5-inch 720p screen, the raw power of the device is guaranteed by the MT6735 chipset. But something that can be discouraging for multitasking lovers, the VK6050 packs only 1GB of Ram! Theres also 16GB of internal storage plus microsd expansion up to 64GB. For the camera department we have a 13MP OV unit on the rear and a 5MP front-camera.

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According to the company the launch of the VK6050 is scheduled for 24th June, the device will cost $138.99 and will come with a free case. For those interested in buy the phone, theres also some info about the frequencies supported by the phone: WCDMA 850/900/2100mHz, FDD-LTE 800/1800/2100/

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91 Comments

  1. mf1gt3r
    June 19, 2015

    What exactly will I be doing for two days with a 1gb ram phone? Totally impractical.

  2. Ivan Zigzag Diarra
    June 19, 2015

    why do manufacturers forget that the whole point of a massive battery is to run a powerful processor and enable hardcore use of the phone. its completely stupid to put a 6050mah battery in a phone with 1gb RAM

  3. Muhammad Yasir
    June 19, 2015

    1 gb ?!

  4. June 19, 2015

    And then I saw the RAM …

  5. HoangN
    June 19, 2015

    Pls do a review for the recently released vkworld vk6735. I would like to buy that phone but could not find any useful review on the Internet 🙁

  6. Yeti hand
    June 19, 2015

    This is the bluboo x550!!! They rebranded it and even downgraded the ram!!!
    I bet the battery is 5300mah just like the bluboo and they just changed the sticker!!
    Or I’m wrong and they really did put a bigger battery????

  7. Adam Irvine
    June 19, 2015

    Wow! Where’s the rest of the ram hiding! lol!

    • Hans
      June 20, 2015

      No space, because of the big battery

  8. mf1gt3r
    June 19, 2015

    What exactly will I be doing for two days with a 1gb ram phone? Totally impractical.

  9. Wesley
    June 19, 2015

    Don’t these Chinese manufacturers get that the powerhouse phones with 3-4GB ram, 1080P -2K screens and flagship processors need these 5000-6000 mAh batteries and not mere 1GB 720P phones with slow processors??? Why would anyone need this? Slow and low spec phones have really good battery life anyway without needing a massive battery.

    • Yeti hand
      June 20, 2015

      Still off!! Big batteries aren”t made for that

  10. Ivan Zigzag Diarra
    June 19, 2015

    why do manufacturers forget that the whole point of a massive battery is to run a powerful processor and enable hardcore use of the phone. its completely stupid to put a 6050mah battery in a phone with 1gb RAM

  11. George
    June 19, 2015

    “the VK6050 packs only 1GB of Ram”

    Noddles and fresh onion seller looking to expand

  12. Guest
    June 19, 2015

    1 gb ?!

  13. Michael Ogbonnaya
    June 19, 2015

    And then I saw the RAM …

  14. HoangN
    June 19, 2015

    Pls do a review for the recently released vkworld vk6735. I would like to buy that phone but could not find any useful review on the Internet 🙁

  15. Yeti hand
    June 19, 2015

    This is the bluboo x550!!! They rebranded it and even downgraded the ram!!!
    I bet the battery is 5300mah just like the bluboo and they just changed the sticker!!
    Or I’m wrong and they really did put a bigger battery????

  16. Adam Irvine
    June 19, 2015

    Wow! Where’s the rest of the ram hiding! lol!

    • Guest
      June 20, 2015

      No space, because of the big battery

  17. Wesley
    June 19, 2015

    Don’t these Chinese manufacturers get that the powerhouse phones with 3-4GB ram, 1080P -2K screens and flagship processors need these 5000-6000 mAh batteries and not mere 1GB 720P phones with slow processors??? Why would anyone need this? Slow and low spec phones have really good battery life anyway without needing a massive battery.

    • Yeti hand
      June 21, 2015

      Still off!! Big batteries aren”t made for that

  18. George
    June 19, 2015

    “the VK6050 packs only 1GB of Ram”

    Noddles and fresh onion seller looking to expand

  19. Steven Fox
    June 20, 2015

    The whole point of the bigger battery is that you have to charge your phone less frequently. It does not matter if you play games, some people just want their smartphone to last 3-4 days without charging, so they can use it for browsing and viber/messenger.
    My point is that 1GB of Ram is plenty for browsing and chat, watching videos and so on. Lots of people are avoiding smartphones just because they are used to not charging your phone for 3-4 days.
    That makes your comments pretty irrelevant.

    • Yeti hand
      June 20, 2015

      Excellent!! This is what big batteries are made for

  20. claude
    June 20, 2015

    In this new wave of big battery phones, the best one seems to be the Gionee or the Innos , with double battery. When they must be available ?

  21. Steven Fox
    June 20, 2015

    The whole point of the bigger battery is that you have to charge your phone less frequently. It does not matter if you play games, some people just want their smartphone to last 3-4 days without charging, so they can use it for browsing and viber/messenger.
    My point is that 1GB of Ram is plenty for browsing and chat, watching videos and so on. Lots of people are avoiding smartphones just because they are used to not charging your phone for 3-4 days.
    That makes your comments pretty irrelevant.

    • Yeti hand
      June 21, 2015

      Excellent!! This is what big batteries are made for

  22. Guest
    June 20, 2015

    In this new wave of big battery phones, the best one seems to be the Gionee or the Innos , with double battery. When they must be available ?

  23. Roger
    June 23, 2015

    This is the same body as the Bluboo X550, and the iNew L4. But, only the X550 has 2GB RAM. Also, the stated battery capacity varies between phones. Also, the X550 is the only one with a MTK6735 rather than a MTK6735M.
    http://www.devicespecifications.com/en/comparison/f1a934ee7

  24. Mr.Flying Zoom3rz
    June 23, 2015

    Nice battery, but 1GB is low,we need 2GB upgrade just like Doogee did with their S6000.

  25. Mr.Flying Zoom3rz
    June 23, 2015

    Nice battery, but 1GB is low,we need 2GB upgrade just like Doogee did with their S6000.

  26. sober
    June 25, 2015

    wow, nice smartphone, how long will it support to work? i check geekbuying, they are preselling it now. http://goo.gl/TYX2v7 . I want to test one.

  27. Guest
    June 25, 2015

    wow, nice smartphone, how long will it support to work? i check geekbuying, they are preselling it now. http://goo.gl/TYX2v7 . I want to test one.

  28. Марк Соколовский
    August 21, 2015

    I’m blindly jumping into this device, giving it the benefit of the doubt for it’s price point. the 1 GB of RAM makes it a bit discouraging, however, there are some flagship devices out there (iPhone 6s, for example) which run silky smooth under 1 GB of RAM. I’ll make do if my experience is positive, but I’ll sell it if it’s anything but. Hoping my 64 GB MicroSDXC works with it, as well. Originally, I was planning on getting a Droid Turbo, though, I’d like to see a phone with an insane battery capacity, and am hoping this solves my issues. As far as multitasking, I’m sure this can have maybe a music player, web browser, and notifications on all at once, without giving way to lag. We survived an era of phones with <1GB, and some seemed to fare out well. I'm gonna give this a try.

  29. Annie C
    August 21, 2015

    Does anyone know how long the phone lasts while on? And how long on standby?

  30. Марк Соколовский
    August 22, 2015

    I’m blindly jumping into this device, giving it the benefit of the doubt for it’s price point. the 1 GB of RAM makes it a bit discouraging, however, there are some flagship devices out there (iPhone 6s, for example) which run silky smooth under 1 GB of RAM. I’ll make do if my experience is positive, but I’ll sell it if it’s anything but. Hoping my 64 GB MicroSDXC works with it, as well. Originally, I was planning on getting a Droid Turbo, though, I’d like to see a phone with an insane battery capacity, and am hoping this solves my issues. As far as multitasking, I’m sure this can have maybe a music player, web browser, and notifications on all at once, without giving way to lag. We survived an era of phones with <1GB, and some seemed to fare out well. I'm gonna give this a try.

  31. Annie C
    August 22, 2015

    Does anyone know how long the phone lasts while on? And how long on standby?

  32. Марк Соколовский
    September 2, 2015

    I purchased this phone on 8/20, it arrived here on 8/31 dia DHL, from everbuying.com. It arrived with everything that was packaged with it typically, (as shown in some youtube unboxings and reviews), plus a cheapish EU Type C to US adapter. The phone boots smoothly, runs smoothly, and I have pictures to prove it. After a bit of frustration with the settings, and fiddling around with APN’s, I was able to successfully register and operate this phone on the T-Mobile, and MetroPCS network, with full Call/data 4G functionality, averaging around 10Mb/s. Apps run relatively well, if you don’t have more than 5-6 open at once. The 64GB MicroSD expandability is functional as promised, however, AFT seems to still bug out from time to time between file transfers. The display is a true battery hog, though, it looks usable, even with a dimmer screen. The Contrast and colors are not quite stellar, though, it is on par with my Droid Mini’s screen. There’s never any substantial lag on this phone, “per say”. You will run into the occasional page render lagging in chrome or any browser, and some games lag in the initial launch, however, things smooth out once actual gameplay is done. The battery life isn’t the 4 days I expected, however, this battery is a remarkable battery for a phone in general, taking at least 15-20 minutes to drain 1%, whilst under heavy usage. Standby is decent, draining roughly 1% per-hour of standby, though, this is debatable. So far, this phone hasn’t given me any degree of frustration, aside from actually setting it up onto MetroPCS. Other than that, this is a solid choice of a phone, and I’ll be doing a thorough review of this phone on YouTube, once I’ve had it for a week or so, to actually get a feel of the device.

    • Simon
      October 3, 2015

      What APN settings did you use?

      • Марк Соколовский
        October 30, 2015

        The ones relevant to my company. I toyed around until I got it to work. You also need to dial *#*#4636#*#* to change it to CDMA/GSM or whichever your carrier is using

  33. Марк Соколовский
    September 2, 2015

    I purchased this phone on 8/20, it arrived here on 8/31 dia DHL, from

  34. Марк Соколовский
    September 2, 2015

    It arrived with everything that was packaged with it typically, (as shown in some youtube unboxings and reviews), plus a cheapish EU Type C to US adapter. The phone boots smoothly, runs smoothly, and I have pictures to prove it. After a bit of frustration with the settings, and fiddling around with APN’s, I was able to successfully register and operate this phone on the T-Mobile, and MetroPCS network, with full Call/data 4G functionality, averaging around 10Mb/s. Apps run relatively well, if you don’t have more than 5-6 open at once. The 64GB MicroSD expandability is functional as promised, however, AFT seems to still bug out from time to time between file transfers. The display is a true battery hog, though, it looks usable, even with a dimmer screen. The Contrast and colors are not quite stellar, though, it is on par with my Droid Mini’s screen. There’s never any substantial lag on this phone, “per say”. You will run into the occasional page render lagging in chrome or any browser, and some games lag in the initial launch, however, things smooth out once actual gameplay is done. The battery life isn’t the 4 days I expected, however, this battery is a remarkable battery for a phone in general, taking at least 15-20 minutes to drain 1%, whilst under heavy usage. Standby is decent, draining roughly 1% per-hour of standby, though, this is debatable. So far, this phone hasn’t given me any degree of frustration, aside from actually setting it up onto MetroPCS. Other than that, this is a solid choice of a phone, and I’ll be doing a thorough review of this phone on YouTube, once I’ve had it for a week or so, to actually get a feel of the device.

    • Guest
      October 3, 2015

      What APN settings did you use?

    • Марк Соколовский
      October 30, 2015

      The ones relevant to my company. I toyed around until I got it to work. You also need to dial *#*#4636#*#* to change it to CDMA/GSM or whichever your carrier is using

  35. Lennald
    September 13, 2016

    The phone is good, and its new model, vkworld T1 Plus with 6.0-inch display is amazing.

    • Jonesblake
      September 20, 2016

      They will begin the pre-sale for the T1 Plus today, and the anniversary promotion will begin too, 5 pcs of vkworld devices will be given away per day, it is good deal.

  36. Lennald
    September 13, 2016

    The phone is good, and its new model, vkworld T1 Plus with 6.0-inch display is amazing.

  37. Chaya
    September 30, 2016

    T1 Plus can record up to 5 sets of fingerprint. It unlocks within 1 second and it can do lots things like switching photos and music, taking pictures, answering phone call. T1 Plus is Amazing phone
    https://goo.gl/ukj0Z6

  38. Chaya
    September 30, 2016

    T1 Plus can record up to 5 sets of fingerprint. It unlocks within 1 second and it can do lots things like switching photos and music, taking pictures, answering phone call. T1 Plus is Amazing phone

  39. Chaya
    October 11, 2016

    The packing box of vkworld T1 Plus is also a VR box. This interesting design is unique and amazing. Unboxing T1 Plus with Free VR Box, you can assemble it under the instructions and enjoy endless VR.
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7FccRNOdCw8

  40. Divita
    December 20, 2016

    Tutorial on How to Use G1 Giant Smartphone As A TV BOX
    This is a tutorial video to tell you how to use the smartphone as a TV box, here we use our G1 Giant as an example. We can project the scene of the smartphone into a big TV, like watching movie, listen to music, play live broadcast, play game and so on. You can try it with your smartphone too.
    for see video search on youtube “Tutorial on How to Use vkworld G1 Giant Smartphone As A TV BOX”

  41. Divita
    December 20, 2016

    Tutorial on How to Use G1 Giant Smartphone As A TV BOX
    This is a tutorial video to tell you how to use the smartphone as a TV box, here we use our G1 Giant as an example. We can project the scene of the smartphone into a big TV, like watching movie, listen to music, play live broadcast, play game and so on. You can try it with your smartphone too.
    for see video search on youtube “Tutorial on How to Use vkworld G1 Giant Smartphone As A TV BOX”

  42. Divita
    December 23, 2016

    We test iPhone 6s and Stone V3 Plus in a parking lot in floor -3. iPhone has already lost signal reception while vkworld Stone V3 Plus can still make phone call.
    check video at youtube “Stone V3 Plus—Signal Receptiom Comparison”

  43. Divita
    December 23, 2016

    We test iPhone 6s and Stone V3 Plus in a parking lot in floor -3. iPhone has already lost signal reception while vkworld Stone V3 Plus can still make phone call.
    check video at youtube “Stone V3 Plus—Signal Receptiom Comparison”

  44. Divita
    December 27, 2016

    How to Flash Stone V3S.
    Download Flash tool and language pack from website. Unzip them to your desktop or other places.
    Make sure your computer has automatically installed the driver. Windows XP is recommended.
    Full Tutorial of Vkworld Stone V3S check video on youtube “Stone V3S Flash Tutorial—19 Languages Optional”