Splashproof, 6000mAh Oukitel K6000 Pro pre-sales begin


oukitel k6000 pro

It feels like it was ages ago when Oukitel first announced they were making a K6000 Pro, and finally its on pre-sale. Does it meet your expectations?

All those months ago when the Oukitel K6000 Pro was first announced it sounded like a pretty good phone. The device would tick all the boxes with a large 6000mAh battery, 3GB RAM, 32GB internal memory, fingerprint scanner and toughened Dragontail Glass, but now its hear (or nearly) does the phone really keep up with the competition?

Oukitel today revealed that the K6000 Pro can be pre-ordered for $179.99, which is about right for an octacore MT6753 phone, large battery and 5.5-inch 1920 x 1080 display, but that’s just a launch price and the final RRP will actually be $199.99.

oukitel k6000 pro

In their own marketing material Oukitel compare the K6000 Pro against the Xiaomi Note 3 Prime at $209.99, and we are pretty confident we know where most people would prefer to spend their money.

Anyway for those of you wanting to pick up the K6000 Pro, below is a video showing a 30 minute video playback test consuming only %5 of battery.

The Oukitel K6000 Pro is up for presale now over on Aliexpress.

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64 Comments

  1. arsalan
    April 12, 2016

    Personally I would like to buy oukitel rather than Xiaomi.

    • jimberkas
      April 12, 2016

      why is that?

      • arsalan
        April 12, 2016

        Because I have both Xiaomi and Oukitel. And I think Oukitel is better than Xiaomi.

        • Mr.Flying Zoom3rz
          April 13, 2016

          You’re not serious.

        • Wolvie
          April 13, 2016

          You sure about this ?
          How about Oukitel build quality, the durability of the buttons, battery, etc ?

          Reason is i don’t have so much money that i can spend every 6 month to change smartphone. Looks doesn’t matter much for me as i know i only got low budget so cannot expect a very pretty phone. But i need it to be durable.

          My standard for a good smartphone at least can survive for 2 years on daily normal use.

  2. xi7
    April 12, 2016

    HoT

  3. balcobomber25
    April 12, 2016

    I would buy the Ouiktel over the Xiaomi and then I would go have a catscan…

    • xi7
      April 12, 2016

      truth and with long duration, what will save your life

    • Mr.Flying Zoom3rz
      April 13, 2016

      What? Sorry I didn’t registered the joke here. 😀

  4. Manos
    April 12, 2016

    They try to make the “all in one phone?” because this one is boosted nicely. Great price for what you get!

  5. Assefa Hanson
    April 12, 2016

    id like to see how good its camera is, the redmi pro isnt the right comparison, the ulefone power is

    • Maksim
      April 12, 2016

      Oukitel16MP should be software, it is not true pixel, they often do it.

      • Assefa Hanson
        April 13, 2016

        does ulefone do this also?

        • Mr.Flying Zoom3rz
          April 13, 2016

          Yes, and not only them. Almost all are doing it.

    • Mr.Flying Zoom3rz
      April 13, 2016

      What are you talking about? Build quality better on Oukitel? Did you even use the Redmi Note 3 in real life?

      • Assefa Hanson
        April 13, 2016

        lol mr, i know somebody would do this i bet when you read my comment this is your translation : redmi’s build quality is bad or xiaomi is worse than oukitel, thats not what im saying

        many many times, oukitel go the extra mile e.g having glass(gorilla glass) that is treated with potassium salt so that the phones glass is a 9H in hardness harder than ceramic(8h) and just as tough as saphire this processs takes forever ive never seen another oem go this length

        their latest 6000 pro has an ip64 rated, these are the things why i say their build quality is better they make sturdy phones, these are my objective points

        • Mr.Flying Zoom3rz
          April 13, 2016

          Okay, I agree now. I’m too interested in K6000 Pro, but I was hoping for a lower price. 🙁

          • Assefa Hanson
            April 13, 2016

            like? how much

            • Mr.Flying Zoom3rz
              April 13, 2016

              May be $159. Sounds better. Or even $150.

  6. arsalan
    April 12, 2016

    Personally I would like to buy oukitel rather than Xiaomi.

    • jimberkas
      April 12, 2016

      why is that?

    • arsalan
      April 13, 2016

      Because I have both Xiaomi and Oukitel. And I think Oukitel is better than Xiaomi.

    • Mr.Flying Zoom3rz
      April 13, 2016

      You’re not serious.

    • Guest
      April 13, 2016

      You sure about this ?
      How about Oukitel build quality, the durability of the buttons, battery, etc ?

      Reason is i don’t have so much money that i can spend every 6 month to change smartphone. Looks doesn’t matter much for me as i know i only got low budget so cannot expect a very pretty phone. But i need it to be durable.

      My standard for a good smartphone at least can survive for 2 years on daily normal use.

  7. xi7
    April 12, 2016

    HoT

  8. balcobomber25
    April 12, 2016

    I would buy the Ouiktel over the Xiaomi and then I would go have a catscan…

    • xi7
      April 12, 2016

      truth and with long duration, what will save your life

    • Mr.Flying Zoom3rz
      April 13, 2016

      What? Sorry I didn’t registered the joke here. 😀

  9. Manos
    April 12, 2016

    They try to make the “all in one phone?” because this one is boosted nicely. Great price for what you get!

  10. Assefa Hanson
    April 12, 2016

    id like to see how good its camera is, the redmi pro isnt the right comparison, the ulefone power is, id go as far as saying oukitel’s build quality is higher than xiaomi time and time again they go the extra mile, DAMN an SCUD battery too, on paper its 50% stronger in battery than the redmi

    • PSGF1
      April 13, 2016

      Oukitel16MP should be software, it is not true pixel, they often do it.

    • Mr.Flying Zoom3rz
      April 13, 2016

      What are you talking about? Build quality better on Oukitel? Did you even use the Redmi Note 3 in real life?

    • Assefa Hanson
      April 13, 2016

      lol mr, i know somebody would do this i bet when you read my comment this is your translation : redmi’s build quality is bad or xiaomi is worse than oukitel, thats not what im saying

      many many times, oukitel go the extra mile e.g having glass(gorilla glass) that is treated with potassium salt so that the phones glass is a 9H in hardness harder than ceramic(8h) and just as tough as saphire this processs takes forever ive never seen another oem go this length

      their latest 6000 pro has an ip64 rated, these are the things why i say their build quality is better they make sturdy phones, these are my objective points

    • Assefa Hanson
      April 13, 2016

      does ulefone do this also?

    • Mr.Flying Zoom3rz
      April 13, 2016

      Okay, I agree now. I’m too interested in K6000 Pro, but I was hoping for a lower price. 🙁

    • Assefa Hanson
      April 13, 2016

      like? how much

    • Mr.Flying Zoom3rz
      April 13, 2016

      May be $159. Sounds better. Or even $150.

    • Mr.Flying Zoom3rz
      April 13, 2016

      Yes, and not only them. Almost all are doing it, but they at least mention that in the description most of the time “13mp camera interpolated to 16mp”

  11. Joel Adames
    April 12, 2016

    Hi you all…

    I really think they should keep it at the 179.99 price, PERIOD.

    Any way, it would be just excellent if, BIG IF, they could manage to trade the mtk X10 for the X20 for the PREMIUM version (if it EVER becomes real) giving it 4gb-Ram and looking for a generic/cheap/old 20mpx camera and spend some nore into the Lens department … That would be a very very good device even if it doesn’t tops the antutu or gFx or geekbench marks… It would be great for a day to day real world experience.

    • E8hffff
      April 12, 2016

      They have a planned K6000 Premium which they should have spent their time on before this.

  12. Joel Adames
    April 12, 2016

    Hey is it just me or those guys at ZoPo are really into something with those ADs hahahaha. 🙂

  13. Maksim
    April 12, 2016

    Very much like ulefone Power, especially the front, ulefone power sales in gearbest is $ 169.99, more attractive number.http://www.gearbest.com/cell-phones/pp_230567.html

    • Maksim
      April 13, 2016

      $159.99 god!!!

  14. E8hffff
    April 12, 2016

    So many of the Chinese companies are bringing out mediocre products that have already been catered for or simply have no market place position. If you don’t distinctly target a product don’t expect it to sell well or grow your business.

    The price of the K6000 Pro is not bad, but it has low appeal as a technological item.

    Would it have a place in regions where the populace are impoverished, maybe, but at $179 that maybe a stretch for affordability. Even people in BRIC nations are looking at P10’s and Helio X20 phones. In poorer nations it’s about deployment and price and that’s done by telecommunications companies supplying the products and the services.

    If this phone had a P10 you could call it Oukitel’s mid range phone – not to be.

  15. Young
    April 13, 2016

    Comparing Xiaomi Redmi Note 3 with this.

    Very funny,. Funniest comparison of the week.

    • coolgreek
      April 13, 2016

      Totally agree. and the first field of comparison “octa core cpu”, comparing the Helio X10 with MTK 6753! Also Redmi note 3 price is well bellow 200$ (especially after the arrival of the snapdragon 650 version).
      Lastly a presale price of 180$ for something not available if you do not want to wait or 200$ if you want it later!
      Do agree though it’s a good phone for the money (especially if it sells a little cheaper (like 170$).

      • Young
        April 13, 2016

        UMI can NEVER be trusted.

  16. Steven Fox
    April 13, 2016

    That’s actually a fair comparison, as the Redmi Prime offers a faster chip, but Oukitel offer great battery life, water resistance and a better camera.
    Oukitel is one of the lesser known Chinese companies that actually offer good products and deserve more attention.

  17. Joel Adames
    April 13, 2016

    Hi you all…

    I really think they should keep it at the 179.99 price, PERIOD.

    Any way, it would be just excellent if, BIG IF, they could manage to trade the mtk X10 for the X20 for the PREMIUM version (if it EVER becomes real) giving it 4gb-Ram and looking for a generic/cheap/old 20mpx camera and spend some nore into the Lens department … That would be a very very good device even if it doesn’t tops the antutu or gFx or geekbench marks… It would be great for a day to day real world experience.

    • E8hffff
      April 13, 2016

      They have a planned K6000 Premium which they should have spent their time on before this.

  18. Joel Adames
    April 13, 2016

    Hey is it just me or those guys at ZoPo are really into something with those ADs hahahaha. 🙂

  19. PSGF1
    April 13, 2016

    Very much like ulefone Power, especially the front, ulefone power sales in gearbest is $ 169.99, more attractive number.http://www.gearbest.com/cell-phones/pp_230567.html

    • PSGF1
      April 13, 2016

      $159.99 god!!!

  20. E8hffff
    April 13, 2016

    So many of the Chinese companies are bringing out mediocre products that have already been catered for or simply have no market place position. If you don’t distinctly target a product don’t expect it to sell well or grow your business.

    The price of the K6000 Pro is not bad, but it has low appeal as a technological item.

    Would it have a place in regions where the populace are impoverished, maybe, but at $179 that maybe a stretch for affordability. Even people in BRIC nations are looking at P10’s and Helio X20 phones. In poorer nations it’s about deployment and price and that’s done by telecommunications companies supplying the products and the services.

    If this phone had a P10 you could call it Oukitel’s mid range phone – not to be.

  21. Young
    April 13, 2016

    Comparing Xiaomi Redmi Note 3 with this.

    Very funny,. Funniest comparison of the week.

    • coolgreek
      April 13, 2016

      Totally agree. and the first field of comparison “octa core cpu”, comparing the Helio X10 with MTK 6753! Also Redmi note 3 price is well bellow 200$ (especially after the arrival of the snapdragon 650 version).
      Lastly a presale price of 180$ for something not available if you want to wait or 200$ if you want it later!
      Do agree though it’s a good phone for the money (especially if it sells a little cheaper (like 170$).

    • Young
      April 13, 2016

      UMI can NEVER be trusted.

  22. Steven Fox
    April 13, 2016

    That’s actually a fair comparison, as the Redmi Prime offers a faster chip, but Oukitel offer great battery life, water resistance and a better camera.
    Oukitel is one of the lesser known Chinese companies that actually offer good products and deserve more attention.

  23. Stanislavla
    April 13, 2016

    Oukitel K6000 Pro VS Ulefone power VS Leagoo Elite 1 VS Elephone P8000 VS Umi Touch VS Jiayu S3+ VS Doogee F5.
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=32ZLIYQfAfY&nohtml5=False

  24. Stanislavla
    April 13, 2016

    Oukitel K6000 Pro VS Ulefone power VS Leagoo Elite 1 VS Elephone P8000 VS Umi Touch VS Jiayu S3+ VS Doogee F5.

  25. Stanislavla
    April 14, 2016

    GPS signal test of Ulefone Power, Oukitel K6000 Pro, Umi touch, Doogee F5, Jiayu S3+, Elephone P8000, Leagoo Elite 1
    https://youtu.be/4ZkRcVlhAAw

  26. Stanislavla
    April 14, 2016

    GPS signal test of Ulefone Power, Oukitel K6000 Pro, Umi touch, Doogee F5, Jiayu S3+, Elephone P8000, Leagoo Elite 1

  27. Lennald
    May 18, 2016

    Watch the great battery test of the Oukitel K6000 Pro here: http://bit.ly/1qmD9Q3

  28. Lennald
    May 18, 2016

    Watch the great battery test of the Oukitel K6000 Pro here: