Oukitel K4000 Pro will come with added LTE support and larger battery


oukitel K4000 pro

Oukitel will launch a new version of their K4000 model name the K4000 Pro, so what differences does the new phone have to be named a ‘Pro’?

Chinese phone makers add ‘Pro’ to the end of their new, updated phones and generally that means the new phone has a boost in CPU performance and more RAM, not so for the Oukitel K4000 Pro.

The Oukitel K4000 Pro will come with the same Mediatek MT6736P chipset, 2GB RAM and 16GB memory as the standard version. Even the cameras are the same 8 mega-pixel rear and 2 mega-pixel front, so where are the differences?

Well one is the increased battery size. The Oukitel K4000 Pro has a 4600mAh battery, 600mAh larger than the current version. Charing that larger battery shouldn’t take much longer either as this has been updated from 5V/1.0A to 5V/1.5A.

Other differences are the inclusion of a 3 axis gravity sensor and added LTE bands for 4G connectivity on bands 1/3/7/8 and 20 (2100/1800/2600/900/800hHz).

Does the addition of these bands make this affordable smartphone ideal for use on your networks?

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5 Comments

  1. spacespeed
    January 6, 2016

    Nope. Still nearly completely useless in the US since it has neither US LTE nor WCDMA bands.

  2. greg
    January 6, 2016

    No, we need LTE 1700 and WCDMA 850/1900

    • Xalis
      January 6, 2016

      I don’t get why almost no chinese brand use LTE band 4 and WCDMA 850/1900, those are the most used bands in the whole America continent.

      • Yeti hand
        January 7, 2016

        Maybe because they don’t give a damn about the whole america and rather sell their phones in the whole china instead??

        • Muhammad Yasir
          January 7, 2016

          and the rest of the world