Oukitel K3 power consumption test against iPhone 7 Plus


I can’t think of a better way to start a new week than with another battery consumption video from the chinese manufacturers. And sprinkle in the comparison to the iPhone 7 Plus and you are feeling already at home immediately. Yes, that’s exactly the gist of today’s video and the phone we are working with will be the new Oukitel K3.

Of course the iPhone 7 plus is not exactly a battery monster so it makes quite a lot of sense that the Oukitel K3 equipped with massive 6000 mAh battery capacity will emerge victorious on all front. But for the sake of comparison let’s start out with stating the tests are with max brightness and max volume. And surprise surprise after 3 hours the Apple product dropped to measly 20 % while the Oukitel champion reigns with 68 % of the battery left. See for yourself in the following video.

Oukitel K3 can offer not just the monster battery though, but it also packs a fairly decent midrange hardware. It sports 5,5-inch FullHD display, MT6750T chipset, 4 GB RAM + 64 GB ROM, dual 16MP + 2MP cameras both rear and front, fingerprint scanner, gyroscope and geomagnetic sensor. And with the current presale offer with just a $139.99 price it looks quite interesting.

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3 Comments

  1. SoniC
    September 13, 2017

    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 4pda.ru 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!

  2. SoniC
    September 13, 2017

    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

  3. SoniC
    September 13, 2017

    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!