OUKITEL K7 aims to be the best cost-effective 10.000 mAh battery phone


OUKITEL brand has been focusing on the production of large battery smartphones for years and already has quite some best-sellers under their belt. And following the release of their flagship battery monster K10 they are aiming also for the midrange battle. For that they are putting out there the new OUKITEL K7 model, which is aiming to be the best cost-effective 10.000 mAh battery phone on the market.

Of course the main selling will be once again the massive battery, this time with the 10.000 mAh capacity. That should be enough to keep the phone on standy for whopping 50 days and more than 3 days full usage on a single charge. And thanks to the 9V/2A quick charger it can be refilled in just 3 hours 40 minutes. Today we also have for you the first preview video for the K7 showing the features and functions.

OUKITEL K7 features a 6-inch FHD+ 18:9 display, MT6750T octa-core processor, 4 GB RAM, 64 GB of internal storage, 13MP+2MP rear dual lens camera, fingeprint scanner and Android 8.1 Oreo as the OS. It should be going out on the market by early June with a retail price estimated to be roughly around $180. There will be of course some presale flash sale discounts and you can already check the details about how to buy the phone for just $99.99.

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4 Comments

  1. PaperMaker
    May 23, 2018

    My advice to Oukitel:
    1. Branding – a new logo, a new website and a new director for their YouTube videos.

    2. High-end market – I would buy one of Oukitel huge battery phones if they were slimmer (maximum 9.5 mm) , lighter (maximum 220 gram), and better at performance (snapdragon 821 or higher), even if it cost 500$

  2. Adrien Claeys
    May 23, 2018

    Waiting a battery phone with helio P60..

  3. Piotr A
    May 24, 2018

    Uglyyyyyy!

  4. Sujeet KS
    May 26, 2018

    Well , i can manage somewhat of ugliness. If they could have offered a better processor than ancient MT6750T. If not SD600 then perhaps P60.

    But since its became a God Written rule for Chinese manufacturer, “Do not include High Performance Processor with a Massive Battery Phone.”

    Nothing can be done about it.
    Point is , I’m not gonna buy it.