First Oukitel U15S hands-on video is out with Antutu scores

First Oukitel U15S hands-on video is out with Antutu scores

First Oukitel U15S hands-on video is out with Antutu scores

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New Oukitel U15S model is already out there in presales and today we have for you first official hands-on video of the device. It shows the specifications summary and some extra stuff including fingerprint scaner features and Antutu test results. It’s still an engineer sample, but shouldn’t be much different from the final version.

Oukitel U15S is sporting 5,5-inch Sharp display with FullHD resolution, 2.5D arc and 5-point touch support, octa-core MT6750T processor clocked at 1,5 GHz, Mali-T860 GPU, 4 GB RAM, 32 GB of expandable ROM, dual SIM with hybrid slot, main 13 Mpix camera interpolated to 16 Mpix, front 5 Mpix camera interpolated to 8 Mpix, 4G support on bands 1/3/7/8/20 and 2450 mAh battery.

What’s interesting about the model is the customized dido OS 7.0, which is based on Android 6.0 Marshmallow and frankly the last time i heard about dates way back to the Pepsi phone. But Oukitel already promised a quick update to the Android 7.0 Nougat so we shall see if they stay with the customized version and port or use just the stock.

So how about the Antutu results? Well score of 42836 looks quite alright for a lower midrange model and you can find the Oukitel U15S presales for example in here with $159.99 price tag attached. Shipping is expected to begin mid November.

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  • MitsosDaBest

    This phone looks cool and Oukitel seems to be a serious company so far. It seems like a good choice, to change from my shitty HomTom HT3 Pro…

    • Semi

      no one gives nothing for free, if it seems too good to be true like the HT3 Pro, then it will be a lemon.
      Now I got why you are always angry, because you keep searching for shitty phones, this oukitel seems decent if you are not an heavy user (small battery), you may finally have found a decent one if that’s the case.

      • MitsosDaBest

        Of course I’m gonna read some reviews first. My HT3 Pro has a 3000 mAh battery, but it won’t even last for a day, with heavy use… Plus the many bugs I have found. Total crap. (HomTom belongs to Doogee)

        I am angry, because I read positive comments for bad companies (like Elephone, Ulefone, UMi etc) every day and all these comments are fake! I’m just trying to save some people from buying crap phones. Oukitel hasn’t many bad customer reviews so far. But maybe I’ll just pay some more money and get the Redmi Note 3 Pro (International). I’m not sure yet…

        http://www.geekbuying.com/item/Xiaomi-Redmi-Note-3-Pro-5-5-Inch-FHD-3GB-32GB-Smartphone-371732.html

        • Semi

          absolutely go for RN3 Pro if you can, hugely approved from almost everyone who tried it, a lot of support and easy to find accessories or spare parts if needed. You can find it for some 140eur these days during promos (3/32 international), you won’t switch to those small brands ever again!

  • MSi_ GS70_6QE

    U10 is best design .. this is ugly come oon oukitel 2017 year comin..! some futuristic design please ..

  • Ivan Black