Fresh off the heels of their Black Bull and Oukitel U9 announcements, Oukitel have now announced the Oukitel U10, a slim metal phone with the usual Chinese flagship specs. The design of the device reminds me of a Samsung Galaxy S3 mixed with Huawei’s Honor 7, which isn’t that bad to be honest.
The Oukitel U10 will be powered by the MediaTek MT6753 1.3GHz octa core processor, along with the standard 3GB/16GB combo of RAM/ROM and expandable memory. It’ll also have a fingerprint scanner like the rest of the crowd, as well as a 13 mega-pixel Samsung 3M2 main camera with a dual LED flash and a 5 mega-pixel front facing camera. The display is a JDI OGS unit with a resolution of 1920 x 1080p, and the battery is a decent 2850mAh with fast charging capabilities.
The device will have dual sim slots, one of those slots being a hybrid slot that can also be used for a microSD card. It’ll run on Android 5.1.1 Lollipop just like every other flagship Chinese phone. The Oukitel U10 will be available in either White and Gold or Black and Space Grey, for a decent price of $160. No word on when the device will go on sale though, so stay tuned for more.
The U10 is up for presale now for $160.