“The Conqueror” Oukitel K6000 Plus goes to war in just few days


Oukitel K6000 Plus

The latest warrior from the Oukitel armory is coming soon and the Oukitel K6000 Plus is quite optimistically wearing the “Conqueror” nickname. Apparently it should be the new brand flagship device so what do we know so far about its conquering abilities ?

Well for starters it should smash the opposition with the battery capacity and charging speed, the massive 6080 mAh battery should charge to full in just 1h40m with 12V/2A charger. The 5,5-inch AUO FullHD screen should have Asahi touch glass and the whole build in general is made the way it’s actually thinner and lighter than the previous K6000 Pro.

Cameras are also a step up from the older Oukitel devices thanks to ditching all the interpolation ideas. Primary 16 Mpix cam is using Omnivision 16880 sensor and adopts the PDAF tech for rapid focus whole the 8 Mpix selfie cam offers 80 degree wide angle for group selfies. Another good news is the fact they are finally adding a gyroscope so the phone gets more value in that department too.

Official release date of Oukitel K6000 Plus is expected by the end of March and the pricing along rest of the specs will be surely revealed and repeated enough until that. Just keep an eye on the official website and you can’t miss those. Or well follow us and you can’t miss it either.

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8 Comments

  1. Mike
    March 15, 2017

    Oukitel customer service is totally non existent. Unless you get a phone from a good supplier, expect no customer support if things go south

    • Wolvie
      March 16, 2017

      Yeah this is the major problem if you buy from China manufacturers. Even Xiaomi also the support here quite limited and Xiaomi got official support centre here in Singapore.

      Buy from china online meaning once you pay then you are on your own risk. Starting from either the goods delivered or not from oversea because got possibility it got lost in the shipping, then whether the delivered item arrive in good condition and working, etc etc

      That’s why i still prefer buying from reputable china online shops and i choose from reputable china brands. I know there is no guarantee but at least my chance are higher compare buying those not well-known brands that is not proven.

    • Riccardo Benzoni
      March 16, 2017

      support has to be given from resellers, none of these brands do direct selling (and so direct support).

  2. Simion-Florin
    March 16, 2017

    Drop an Snapdragon 625 in that and you’ll have a winner.

    • Dragan Pavlovic
      March 16, 2017

      Yeah that would be great…or something at least a little powerfull. Instead they will use a MT6750T for sure…way to go with 44.000 Antutu Points (Instead of 66.000 with 625 or 78.000 with 650 snapdragon)….why Oukitel why…

    • Mezz
      March 16, 2017

      I prefer a mediatek one for a cheaper phone. . an Helio P20/P25 will be perfect.

  3. March 16, 2017

    What does it weigh though? As batteries get larger so does the weight – a case of diminishing returns in my view. I feel that Xiaomi has got the balance just right with their Redmi 3 series – 4100 mAh battery and still only weighing 144 grams. Unfortunately, the Redmi 4 is 156 grams, hard to figure where the extra bulk comes from. Not that I can’t manage to hold a few extra grams. It’s just that heavier, bulkier phones lack elegance, sex appeal or whatever you want to call it.

    • Assefa Hanson
      March 16, 2017

      Large battery devices arent fpr you moose the target audience wants hours of screen on time first and elegance later