We’ve been hearing about the Oukitel K3 for several weeks now, the smartphone is allegedly designed for business and is heavily inspired from Sony’s Xperia XZ series. Today, we finally have a real look at the device in an hands-on video.
So now that you saw how it looks in real life, let’s have a look at the specs. The Oukitel K3 sports a 5.5-inch Full HD display made by Sharp coated in Asahi glass. The handset will be available in two colors, Jet Black and Brilliant Blue, both feature a glossy body on the front and back of the device. To make the body so glass-like the company used an IML treatment which consists of more than 15 procedures.
The Oukitel K3 will come with Android 7 Nougat out of the box and as we can see in the video, there’ll be only 29 apps total pre-installed on the device, so no bloatware whatsoever. The smartphone will be powered by a Mediatek MT5750T octa-core CPU clocked at 1.5GHz, paired with 4GB of RAM and 64GB of internal storage which is also expandable.
The fingerprint has been placed on the front and the company claims 1s fast unlock times. Lastly, the smartphone packs a big 6000mAh battery, so you should get at least a couple days of battery life.
The Oukitel K3 has already been listed on the company’s website, click here to learn more.