Oukitel confirm key details of the upcoming Oukitel U10


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Phone maker Oukitel have had a runaway success with the U8 and U9, and to keep on the accelerator are planning to launch the U10 combining features of each phone in to one device.

For those of you not familiar with Oukitel, they have made a name for themselves this year for making some rather good and well crafted phones with neat features. The Oukitel U8 for example boasts a single touch fingerprint scanner, while the newer U9 has a dual 2.5D glass and alloy construction.

Oukitel will now launch the Oukitel U10, a device which takes the design aesthetics of the U9 with the fingerprint scanner of the U8.

Key features of the U10 include a 7.9mm metal body, single tap fingerprint scanner (the same model found in the Huawei Mate 7), Mediatek MT6753 chipset, 3GB RAM and 16GB internal memory.

Like the U9, the display will feature a 2.5D glass display, and the panel itself will be a thin OGS panel with promised fast response. The size of the screen is 5.5-inch )1920 x 1080) and comes from JDI, one of the current leaders in screen tech.

Oukitel have also confirmed the U10 will come with a 2850mAh battery that can be charge to 100% in only 2 hours, dual SIM support and will have Android 5.1.

Pricing is likely to be competitive like all current Oukitel phones and a launch date is scheduled for later this year.

[ Oukitel ]
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9 Comments

  1. AJ
    July 14, 2015

    Should have gone with MT6752 since MT6753 has Mali T720 which is not upto Mali T760 used in MT6752. But there is 4 gpu cores in MT6753 but only dual core gpu in MT6752. However both are clocked at 700 Mhz and can deliver upto 47.6 GFLOPS.

  2. Muhammad Yasir
    July 14, 2015

    bad battery !

    • koko combo
      July 14, 2015

      intersting, i am agree with you! 🙂

  3. RRRobert
    July 14, 2015

    I think it is about time someone provides a decent comparison between the MT6752 and MT6753 SoC.

    • Ronnie Katsie
      July 14, 2015

      its true!

  4. G'n'T
    July 14, 2015

    Don’t like the sound of that battery for a FHD screen…

    • Max
      July 14, 2015

      a FHD at 5.5″…

  5. GPSNavftw!
    July 14, 2015

    Too bad that Oukitel has no interest in a proper GPS functionality. They only support GPS (no Glonass, etc), so it is pretty much useless for navigation… 🙁

    • Max
      July 14, 2015

      never heard something like that. yes, glonass support helps finding a fix faster and more accurately. but a navi without it’s support isn’t “useless” at all. we all have used “only GPS” for the last decade and we got everywhere, didn’t we? 😉