Oukitel K10000 charges numerous devices and still has 8 days power left


The Oukitel K10000 has a monstrous 10,000mAh battery with insane claimed battery life, even charging an iPhone and iPad doesn’t seem to make much of dent on this phones battery life!

If you really must have the longest battery life possible then the Oukitel K10000 must have turned up on your shopping list at some point since it was announced. The bulky phone houses a huge 10,000mAh battery giving it the appearance of a powerbank with smartphone features rather than the opposite way around.

The above video published by Oukitel attempts to back up the battery performance of the K10000 by charging and powering numerous devices from an iPhone to an iPad and even an electric fan.

OUKITEL K10000

Its an interesting video in terms of seeing the scope of the power the Oukitel K10000 holds, but we would prefer to see a more detailed video actually showing the percentage charged on each device, and how long each accessory was ran for off the phones battery to give a real indication of battery life.

Is the Oukitel K10000 the ultimate battery phone or is it a little over the top?

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13 Comments

  1. Muhammad Yasir
    January 21, 2016

    so basically .. its a badass battery colossus ?!

    • Tajwar
      January 21, 2016

      Pretty much

      • Muhammad Yasir
        January 22, 2016

        noice ! (thats ‘nice’ in british , maybe Andi will correct me :p )

    • Mr.Flying Zoom3rz
      January 22, 2016

      just wish the design wasn’t that bad…

      • Muhammad Yasir
        January 22, 2016

        its not THAT bad

        • Mr.Flying Zoom3rz
          January 22, 2016

          okay, it’s.. strange

          • Muhammad Yasir
            January 22, 2016

            yea .. something Oukitel can learn from and improve on. i expect a gorgeous body on that K6k premium !

            • Mr.Flying Zoom3rz
              January 22, 2016

              hopefully

  2. Stef
    January 21, 2016

    That’s a bad idea. Batteries die and insanely big batteries make the phones uncomfortable to handle/charge.

    Why re-invent the wheel while there’s a much better solution. Non-sealed batteries. Carry a spare if need be. If it dies completely (all batteries have a “shelf life”) you throw it away. If you want to charge you don’t have to wait (charge a spare while you’re using your “main” battery) … etc.

  3. Mike
    January 21, 2016

    Cant buy it due to band/frequency limitations (no 850 in 3G), still dont understand why they “close” technically possible bands….

  4. Kennedy
    January 21, 2016

    Give other equipment charge, which is a good performance, ulefone Power also do this, but before oukitel do a lot of fake video, deceived a lot of people, this is not good behavior, oukitel not deserve to be trusted. More people need a large battery the phone, select the ulefone Power, its battery is 6050mAh.

    • Tony Lee
      January 21, 2016

      are you trusted ? 😉

      • Mr.Flying Zoom3rz
        January 22, 2016

        that’s the question.