Video : Rugged Oukitel K10000 Max multi-use battery test

Video : Rugged Oukitel K10000 Max multi-use battery test


Rugged Oukitel K10000 Max is surely one of the most expected outdoor sturdy phones to come to the market, mainly because of the insanely big 10000 mAh battery capacity. We have already seen such battery performing in the previous non-rugged phones from the “K” series so well, but today we have another video proving its power level.

The video is showing the multi-use 3 hours of continuous usage of the Oukitel K10000 Max and involves half an hour of each of the following : MOBA gaming, video capture, Wechat voice call, video playback, audio playback and video online streaming. The result is pretty jaw-dropping, because the battery dropped just by silly 5 %. So the promises of monster endurance and 1 week of power saving use are maybe not really too much off the mark.

Global presales for the Oukitel K10000 Max will start on September 12th and as shown on the Oukitel official website the retail price will be set at $249.99. But because Oukitel is distributing a $50 discount coupon code for the presales, it will actually drop to much more wallet-friendly level at $199.99.

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  • SoniC

    Honestly — I cannot recommend Oukitel to anyone, here a few reasons :

    –missed promises – Oukitel promised an update to Android 6.0 for the k4000 and k4000pro series (to arrive at the end of 2016). Till now no official update in sight.

    –ROMs are buggy as hell — call quality issues and the user needs to dig deep to solve some of them by himself (just check the threads — these are full of “fixes”)

    –k4000/k4000pro was advertised as an “unbreakable” phone. Two of my colleagues dropped it from under a meter — and guess what… a nice “spider web app” appeared on the screens

    –ROM issue in the latest k4000 version available for download — phone doesn’t enter sleep –> quick discharge. Only solution is to re-flash (with flashing tools) an earlier version

    –3 of 5 k4000/k4000pro stopped working after a year — charging problems — I assume a problem with the usb connector.

    Never touching Oukitel again!