Oukitel K10000 Pro available in flash sale just for €149.51 from EU


Oukitel K10000 Pro

The Oukitel K10000 Pro model is a shot from the chinese maker to create some sort of a business smartphone while keeping all the perks and legacy of the fabled big battery K line. In terms of design they surely did their best to make it look unique and now you can get the phone much cheaper in a flash deal, especially if you live in the EU countries.

Oukitel K10000 Pro is trying to combine the metal frame with the Australian calf leather in the back to create something different. In terms of hardware it’s also a solid piece with 5,5-inch FullHD screen, MT6750T processor, 3 GB RAM, 32 GB of internatl storage, 13MP + 5MP cameras, press fingerprint scanner, huge 10000 mAh battery with 12V/2A fast charging and powerbank feature and Android 7.0 Nougat.

In the limited stock of the Tomtop’s EU warehouse you can find this monster battery phone for just €149.51 and shipping from such place means of course no extra taxes or custom fees, which is always a major plus.

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7 Comments

  1. SoniC
    September 20, 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!

    • Aleppo
      September 21, 2017

      user experience for previous version k1000 get a lot of positve feedback n satisfaction intern of long battery life n heavy duty …not all model the same

      • SoniC
        September 21, 2017

        Doesn’t change anything regarding bad reputation of the company, missed promises and low quality.
        Just wait one year of missed promises and when your phone starts to behave weirdly then you’ll know.
        Plus false advertising (k4000/k4000pro “unbreakable” ads).

        Just… NO to Oukitel.

  2. SoniC
    September 20, 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 20, 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!

    • Aleppo
      September 21, 2017

      user experience for previous version k1000 get a lot of positve feedback n satisfaction intern of long battery life n heavy duty …not all model the same

    • SoniC
      September 21, 2017

      Doesn’t change anything regarding bad reputation of the company, missed promises and low quality.
      Just wait one year of missed promises and when your phone starts to behave weirdly then you’ll know.
      Plus false advertising (k4000/k4000pro “unbreakable” ads).

      Just… NO to Oukitel.