Oukitel K4000 (2016) getting mauled again

Seems like the perversion of phone destruction videos are deeply rooted among the chinese manufacturers and another such piece just surfaced featuring the Oukitel K4000 (2016) model.

The phone is certainly up for some serious therapy sessions, because we ha seen it already in the past videos used for hammering the nails and such, but today the roles are reversed. Eager asian guy is trying to prove something smashing the Oukitel K4000 with a rubber hammer. Come on, take at least the real one….

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Oukitel K4000 (2016) is a slightly updated version of the phone featuring 5-inch display with HD resolution, quad-core MT6735 processor, 2 GB RAM, 16 GB of storage, rear 13 Mpix camera, front 5 Mpix camera, massive 4000 mAh battery capacity and we also can’t forget to mention the lighter UI compared to previous generation.

And now hurrah on to the video.

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  1. Rob
    June 16, 2016

    Do you have to post this ad every single day? Who the hell cares.

    • balcobomber25
      June 16, 2016

      That’s all he does is post Ads. Remember when this site wasn’t the personal PR firm for Oukitel, UMi, Ulefone, Elephone and BluBoo? “Coincidentally” it was also before they hired Karel……

      • Rob
        June 16, 2016

        I was about to say that too, this guy is the worst ‘journalist’ (if you can call him that) that I’ve ever come across. If Andi carries on allowing this garbage to taint the site he will end up driving regular readers away for good. All he will be left with is these companies employee’s masquerading as legitimate readers praising their own shoddy tech, and this is already becoming apparent in the comments section and with their first journalist posting this crap to begin with!

  2. MattD
    June 16, 2016

    “leave k4000 alone!!!”

  3. Assefa Hanson
    June 16, 2016

    yeah yeah oukitel has first class build quality whats new

  4. Ionut Johnny
    June 16, 2016

    Good news, I really consider it.

  5. Usredem
    June 16, 2016

    dropped it from the desk by mistake, now the screen is cracked from top to down, how can it withstand a power drill but not a fall from 60cm ?

  6. David Košič
    June 17, 2016

    Ok we get it you offer hammer support however I am pretty sure you would attract more customers with an actual software support.