Oukitel K6000 goes through extreme angle grinder test

This is a really stupid video! Do not attempt this yourself!

Undoubtedly one of the fears that mostly haunt us while holding our smartphones in the hand, is the consequences that it can suffer in a fall. After all accidents can happen, no matter how careful you are, one second of distraction and you can get a broken screen.

This fact, over the years made many companies bet on ways to improve the strength of their handsets, or at least minimize the damage caused by a sudden drop or other types of accidents. But you still can’t let your phone fall, accidentally or not… right? Well Oukitel wants to show that is no problem at¬†all in an extreme test.

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In a new attempt of showing the toughness of their devices, the battery monster Oukitel K6000 is put to¬†an extreme test with an angle grinder on¬†the phone’s border until cutting in to¬†the display. During the test we can see that even the display gets¬†partially damaged¬†by the grinding disk yet¬†survives¬†and keeps¬†recognizing touches.

The torture continues with the battery becoming pierced and the phone smoking. Although this is definitely not the smartest¬†test for a phone (really, don’t try this at home), Oukitel wants to show that the Battery actually will not explode no matter the punishment. Still I wouldn’t want to risk this and I certainly wouldn’t pick the remains up afterwards!

The Oukitel K6000 is the mid range phone from the K range, that starts from Oukitel K4000 with 4000mAh battery all the way up to the Oukitel K10000 with huge 10,000mAh battery.

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  1. yalok
    November 5, 2015

    No explosion, but not quite skin safe either.

  2. E8hffff
    November 5, 2015

    Good for people who bash their phones around.

  3. Filippo Dardi
    November 5, 2015

    3310 breaks the circular saw.

  4. xi7
    November 5, 2015

    blackborder, ugly and makes shame, the first impression i see without quality, but tests increases confidence in the product. K6000 & k4000 ugly screen size, it appear device malfunction.

  5. xi7
    November 5, 2015

    blackborder, ugly and makes shame, the first impression i see without quality, but tests increases confidence in the product. K6000 & k4000 it appear device malfunction. wrong copy function of other products how elephone, letv,….or style of a product ?

    • Muhammad Yasir
      November 6, 2015

      in english PLEASE!

      • xi7
        November 6, 2015

        I tried.. just look picture.

        • Muhammad Yasir
          November 7, 2015

          heyyy … dont be so harsh on yourself :p !

          well , you can’t really blame them , still a new company … lets expect better in a few months … or maybe a year later.

          just look at elephone , they’ve been here forever and ONLY NOW they just realise they should make borderless phones (Elephone m1 has NO hidden black borders!)

  6. DC
    November 5, 2015

    Seriously not sure what point they are making? Want to show how tough the phone is, use everyday event not a grinder… no sense

  7. Andy Chan
    November 6, 2015

    the battery and toughness make me consider this phone

  8. Serenity
    November 6, 2015

    Does the k6000 have a tempered glass screen like the k4000?
    Can’t find that info anywhere, anyone knows?

  9. Lennald
    May 18, 2016

    5-minute charge support 2-hour phone call, watch the great battery test video for Oukitel K6000 Pro here: http://bit.ly/1qmD9Q3