Oukitel K6000 charges 6000mAh battery in less than 2 hours


A growing trend this year has been the size of battery and speed of charging, two features Oukitel have tackled with great success on the Oukitel K6000.

Oukitel make a few ‘K’ series phone with large built-in batteries, and the K6000 is set to be the biggest of the bunch with a monster 6000mAh battery. 6000mAh is a big battery in anyones book and early this year that feature alone would have been enough to hit headlines around the web, now though there are plenty of phones with a similar size (or even larger battery) and manufacturers are pushed to bring some unique selling point to their phones, Oukitel have opted for charge time.

Using the fast charge technology that Mediatek has developed for their MTK powered phones, Oukitel have put together a 6000mAh phone that can be fully charged in only 1 hour and 55 minutes. Keep in mind that these results come from Oukitel’s own tests under the best conditions, but we don’t think there should be much deviation from what the end-user can expect.

Once charged Oukitel say the K600 will be good for 7 days of normal usage, and 10 days of use with power saving mode enabled! We would be interested to see if these figures are accurate once the phone goes on sale. For more details head over to the Oukitel website at the link below.

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71 Comments

  1. Brooklyn701
    November 2, 2015

    600mAh per day is very little. Imagine that many (regular) users with 2000mAh have to charge every evening. So taken into account that even with very good optimization, you might get through the day with 1500mAh, that would only give you 4 days.

    600mAh sounds more like people who really only look at the phone twice to check messages. So really not the real reference.

    • November 2, 2015

      That’s a very fair point, but I guess that their power saving mode means that LTE, WIFI and other ‘non essential’ features are not turned on though.

      • Xiaolu
        November 2, 2015

        Seems the only possible way to save that much energy. But then, why bother using a smartphone? I’d rather wait for the real usage reviews; anyways, these guys are seriously getting my attention, don’t you think they’re doing fine, Andi, or it’s just marketing?

      • Yeti hand
        November 2, 2015

        Hi Andi, sorry to bother ou with that but do you plan to review the doogee f5?

      • Joel Adames
        November 2, 2015

        This is the kind of batteries needed in phones like: Op2, MX5, SG6, LETV and such, if they want their nice designs then offer a “maXX version as Motorola used to do and see what the market wants.!!!

  2. Steve B
    November 2, 2015

    Hope so, got one of these as a travel phone for only $109 in the presale.

    • crappkid
      November 2, 2015

      Where? I can only find it for $140 atm.

      • Steve B
        November 2, 2015

        everbuying.net have it on a limited and increasing price presale offer, 150 at each price point. Story was on here, but too late for cheapest price, I got lucky whilst browsing. You can still get a smaller saving in next round.

  3. xi7
    November 2, 2015

    lol, ht6 homtom charge 6250 in 37min

    • balcobomber25
      November 2, 2015

      Peel back the 6250 sticker and it’s really 625mAh lol.

      • xi7
        November 2, 2015

        not true, i have dg700 work fine. 4000mah average 3 days , my oneplus two 3300mah average 1day …. so who sticker really 625mah ?

        • balcobomber25
          November 2, 2015

          Ha-ha everyone who has that phone complains about the battery. Guess your the one person who got the real size.

          • xi7
            November 2, 2015

            maybe need update android… i dont have problem with dg700 need 2h charge 100% it slow but not drain extremely fast how oneplus.

            • balcobomber25
              November 2, 2015

              Can’t update a fake battery….

            • xi7
              November 3, 2015

              Problem with android is not battery fake. 3 day average enough 4000mah. oneplus two maybe 10h using nothing lol screen on = drain drain drain super fast , so fake ? no ! update solve it.

            • balcobomber25
              November 3, 2015

              People have found out Doogee is using fake battery sizes. Your bosses at Doogee didn’t tell you?

            • xi7
              November 3, 2015

              i have it and works correctly. perfect for 1 year. you speak for others, I have it.

            • balcobomber25
              November 3, 2015

              Ok Doogee employee.

            • xi7
              November 3, 2015

              bah…

            • balcobomber25
              November 3, 2015

              I didn’t say anything good about them, in fact your the only one to mention them….

              And Antutu scores have literally nothing to do with this conversation. This what they teach you at Doogee? Always try to deflect?

            • kha
              November 4, 2015

              bwahahaha ….. “This what they teach you at Doogee? ” …. this is such a classic line …… I can guarantee you that only a handful of people write back on this website are real … rest are all employees … doggy, elephant, cubot, oukitel … bizzaare phones .. i wonder why these phones aren’t available in real retail stores …. ??

            • balcobomber25
              November 4, 2015

              Most of us are real. People like you are easy to spot, you stick out more than you realize.

            • xi7
              November 4, 2015

              example of what works and what does not, you idolize oneplus in all post, i have it !! and doogee is not lost of money… but oneplus 100% yes ! remember what you said about camera ominivision 13mpx ? today you think ”’this does not impress me’

            • balcobomber25
              November 4, 2015

              You are really confused if you think I idolize One Plus. Feel free to share these posts of me idolizing them or talking bad about Omni. This should be good.

            • xi7
              November 4, 2015

              This should be good without test product…. how doogee battery fake ?

            • balcobomber25
              November 4, 2015

              People on multiple forums have already proven they are fake. Many of your companies phones have a fake sticker on the battery claiming it to be higher than it is.

              Still waiting to see all these pro OP posts of mine….

            • xi7
              November 5, 2015

              http://www.devicespecifications.com/en/comparison/c5fe4e54f – 1800mah – 2200mah – 3000mah…. have 3 version ?

            • balcobomber25
              November 5, 2015

              The version this guy and several others bought was 2200. What was actually shipped was 1800 with a sticker saying 2200.

              Still waiting for all these posts you have of me praising One Plus….

            • xi7
              November 5, 2015

              pro version video 1800mah not 2200mah, wrong if it were 2200mah

            • balcobomber25
              November 5, 2015

              Nope never have recommended OnePlus 2. But would recommend it over anything Doogee has to offer.

            • MaxPower
              November 5, 2015

              neither did i but… it looks like I’m going to get one.

              I can’t find any other decent Chinese phone with both fingerprint scanner and nfc

      • xi7
        November 2, 2015

        waiting to receive k4000 and ht6…. for review battery , testing for sleep video loop and charges time. try k6000 next

  4. Guest
    November 2, 2015

    600mAh per day is very little. Imagine that many (regular) users with 2000mAh have to charge every evening. So taken into account that even with very good optimization, you might get through the day with 1500mAh, that would only give you 4 days.

    600mAh sounds more like people who really only look at the phone twice to check messages. So really not the real reference.

    • Andi Sykes
      November 2, 2015

      That’s a very fair point, but I guess that their power saving mode means that LTE, WIFI and other ‘non essential’ features are not turned on though.

    • Xiaolu
      November 2, 2015

      Seems the only possible way to save that much energy. But then, why bother using a smartphone? I’d rather wait for the real usage reviews; anyways, these guys are seriously getting my attention, don’t you think they’re doing fine, Andi, or it’s just marketing?

    • Yeti hand
      November 2, 2015

      Hi Andi, sorry to bother ou with that but do you plan to review the doogee f5?

    • Joel Adames
      November 3, 2015

      This is the kind of batteries needed in phones like: Op2, MX5, SG6, LETV and such, if they want their nice designs then offer a “maXX version as Motorola used to do and see what the market wants.!!!

  5. Steve B
    November 2, 2015

    Hope so, got one of these as a travel phone for only $109 in the presale.

    • afghanPower
      November 2, 2015

      Where? I can only find it for $140 atm.

    • Steve B
      November 2, 2015

      everbuying.net have it on a limited and increasing price presale offer, 150 at each price point. Story was on here, but too late for cheapest price, I got lucky whilst browsing. You can still get a smaller saving in next round.

  6. balcobomber25
    November 2, 2015

    That’s about normal for quick charge phones. The MX5 can go 0-100% in about 55 minutes and that has 3050mAh.

    • Alexis T
      November 2, 2015

      True. And Oppo Find 7 (out in April 2014) can charge 0 -> 90% in 45mn with a 3000mAh battery.

  7. xi7
    November 2, 2015

    lol, doogee ht6 homtom charge 6250mah in 37min

    • balcobomber25
      November 2, 2015

      Peel back the 6250 sticker and it’s really 625mAh lol.

    • xi7
      November 2, 2015

      not true, i have dg700 work fine. 4000mah average 3 days , my oneplus two 3300mah average 1day …. so who sticker really 625mah ?

    • balcobomber25
      November 2, 2015

      Ha-ha everyone who has that phone complains about the battery. Guess your the one person who got the real size.

    • xi7
      November 2, 2015

      maybe need update android… i dont have problem with dg700 need 2h charge 100% it slow but not drain extremely fast how oneplus.

    • balcobomber25
      November 3, 2015

      Can’t update a fake battery….

    • xi7
      November 3, 2015

      Problem with android is not battery fake. 3 day average enough 4000mah. oneplus two maybe 10h using nothing lol screen on = drain drain drain super fast , so fake ? no ! update solve it.

    • balcobomber25
      November 3, 2015

      People have found out Doogee is using fake battery sizes. Your bosses at Doogee didn’t tell you?

    • xi7
      November 3, 2015

      i have it and works correctly. perfect for 1 year. you speak for others, I have it. how i have oneplus2 and poor phone in all specs. it yes the true lost of money. (4k limited 9min, not 60fps 1080p, bizarre home sensor, sd810 hot as hell.. antutu make 37k or less and crap battery….. )

    • balcobomber25
      November 3, 2015

      Ok Doogee employee.

    • xi7
      November 3, 2015

      bah… oneplus your recommendation. with proof, so you Oneplus employee ?

    • balcobomber25
      November 4, 2015

      I didn’t say anything good about them, in fact your the only one to mention them….

      And Antutu scores have literally nothing to do with this conversation. This what they teach you at Doogee? Always try to deflect?

    • Guest
      November 4, 2015

      bwahahaha ….. “This what they teach you at Doogee? ” …. this is such a classic line …… I can guarantee you that only a handful of people write back on this website are real … rest are all employees … doggy, elephant, cubot, oukitel … bizzaare phones .. i wonder why these phones aren’t available in real retail stores …. ??

    • xi7
      November 4, 2015

      example of what works and what does not, you idolize oneplus in all post, i have it !! and doogee is not lost of money… but oneplus 100% yes ! remember what you said about camera ominivision 13mpx ? today you think ”’this does not impress me’

    • balcobomber25
      November 4, 2015

      You are really confused if you think I idolize One Plus. Feel free to share these posts of me idolizing them or talking bad about Omni. This should be good.

    • balcobomber25
      November 4, 2015

      Most of us are real. People like you are easy to spot, you stick out more than you realize.

    • xi7
      November 4, 2015

      This should be good without test product…. how doogee battery fake ?

    • balcobomber25
      November 4, 2015

      People on multiple forums have already proven they are fake. Many of your companies phones have a fake sticker on the battery claiming it to be higher than it is.

      Still waiting to see all these pro OP posts of mine….

    • xi7
      November 5, 2015

      http://www.devicespecifications.com/en/comparison/c5fe4e54f – 1800mah – 2200mah – 3000mah…. have 3 version ?

    • balcobomber25
      November 5, 2015

      The version this guy and several others bought was 2200. What was actually shipped was 1800 with a sticker saying 2200.

      Still waiting for all these posts you have of me praising One Plus….

    • xi7
      November 5, 2015

      about the video, wrong if it were 2200mah or 6000mah, specs have 1800mah version VALENCIA2 Y100 PRO , plus 3000mah and 2.200mah old version

      I will not look for posts from 3 months ago. confirm that you recommended oneplus 2 to anyone in relation to doogee, elephone, LeTV … never here ?

    • balcobomber25
      November 5, 2015

      Nope never have recommended OnePlus 2. But would recommend it over anything Doogee has to offer.

    • MaxPower
      November 6, 2015

      neither did i but… it looks like I’m going to get one.

      I can’t find any other decent Chinese phone with both fingerprint scanner and nfc

      edit: apparently not even the OP2 has NFC

  8. balcobomber25
    November 2, 2015

    That’s about normal for quick charge phones. The MX5 can go 0-100% in about 55 minutes and that has 3050mAh.

    • NextHype
      November 2, 2015

      True. And Oppo Find 7 (out in April 2014) can charge 0 -> 90% in 45mn with a 3000mAh battery.

  9. xi7
    November 3, 2015

    k4000 have monster blackborder … screen 5” and real size 4,5” lol but great battery, k6000 still black border ugly… 5’5 real size 4,7” argh…

  10. xi7
    November 4, 2015

    k4000 have monster blackborder … screen 5” and real 4,5” lol but great battery with small size, k6000 still black border ugly… 5’5 real size 4,7” argh…