The Ulefone Power 2 and Oukitel K6000 Plus are two very similar phones; they both pack massive 6000mAh batteries and pretty much identical specs. So, this comparison is probably one of the most fair out there, albeit as you’ll see just below, it has been posted by Ulefone and thus might be a bit favorable towards their device. Either way, you can check out the video and decide for yourself!
As we can see in the video, the Oukitel K6000 Plus albeit packing a 12V/2A power adapter charges at about the same rate of the Ulefone Power 2 with its 9V/2A charger, quite surprising if you ask me. Then Ulefone goes ahead and tests the gyro sensors on the two phones, which are needed to play VR games on your device, from their tests it appears as the K6000 Plus does not pack one, unlike the Power 2.
Next we have the oleophobic coating compared between the two handsets, from what we can see the Ulefone Power 2 wins there as well. Lastly, the Ulefone Power 2 seems to snap better looking photos than the Oukitel K6000 Plus, at least on video. The Power 2 also comes with some more accessories in the box, if you’re interested in those.
Specs wise, both phones come with a MTK6750T clocked at 1.5GHz CPU, 4GB of RAM, 64GB of storage, a 5.5-inch FHD display and a front-facing fingerprint scanner.
Now that you have all the info there’s to know, which phone do you prefer? The Ulefone Power 2 or Oukitel K6000 Plus? If you went with the first option then check out this deal on AliExpress where you can get the Ulefone Power 2 for just $167.91.