Oukitel K5000 impresses with the battery consumption test


Oukitel K5000

Oukitel just had their new 5000 mAh battery smartphone Oukitel K5000 put on presale that started last week, . You might think it is a Samsung Galaxy S8 clone at a first glance, with the metal and glass build , the double curved and bezel-less design and sleek looks.

It features the latest 5.7-inch HD+ full display, dual curved glossy design, Samsung front camera and Sony rear camera, 5000mAh large battery, 9V/2A quick charge with Type-C port, and large 4GB RAM and 64GB ROM. It also has a press fingerprint feature. Its Microarray Press Fingerprint scanner at the back can unlock your phone in 0.1 seconds.

The OUKITEL K5000 is powered by a non-removable Li-Ion 5000 mAh battery, which offers roughly 3 days of normal use, with 9V2A quick charge feature. And in the video below you can check this battery compared to its counterparts in Xiaomi Mix 2 and iPhone 7 Plus.

In terms of numbers the Oukitel K5000 carries a 5000mAh battery, XIAOMI Mix 2 has got 4000mAh battery and iPhone 7 Plus packs 2910mAh battery. It would be normal if K5000 go out of power within several quarters after Xiaomi Mix 2 as it gets 1000mAh larger battery than Mix 2. But according to the test, Oukitel K5000 still has 56% power after Xiaomi Mix 2 turns off automatically. It could last such long time not only because of its high-density power, but also due to its powerful power consumption management system.

Oukitel K5000 hot presale is still ongoing in various Oukitel authorized stores and to get  more information about K5000 and authorized stores you can check out their official website.

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