Video : OUKITEL K9 power consumption challenge

OUKITEL has been famous for their big battery smartphones, mainly belonging to the “K” series. And with each generation the actual endurance of these battery monsters got better, so it’s no suprise the new OUKITEL K9 is showing better battery life numbers than it’s predecessors. Equipped with 6000 mAh battery it goes against the 6300 mAh battery of K6 and 6080 mAh battery of K6000 Plus in todays power consumption challenge video test.

In the video we can see the three phones being pitted against each other for 4 hours with various tasks including streaming online videos and music, making online voice calls and camera recordings, all with maximum brightness of the display and maximum volume. So how the new OUKITEL K9 (6000 mAh, Helio P35 processor) fares against the K6 (6300 mAh, Helio P23) and K6000 Plus (6080 mAh, MT6750T) ? You can check the following table for results.

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Mobile Model Power consumption items
1 Hour Online Music playing 1 Hour Online video playing 1 hour Online Voice Call 1 Hour Camera recording
OUKITEL K9 92% Left 79% Left 68% 48%
OUKITEL K6 89% Left 71% Left 56% 36%
OUKITEL K6000 Plus 87% left 69% Left 52% 30%

OUKITEL K9 can last longer than its predecessors not just thanks to the Android 9.0 Pie and its power saving features, but also thanks to the Helio P35 processor. This 12nm octa-core CPU uses Cortex A53 cores up to 2,3 GHz and with it the K9 can last in standby mode by up to 600 hours as the most long lasting OUKITEL model with a similar battery.

OUKITEL K9 is coming to the market early May with a retail price of $229.99, but through a subscription on the official OUKITEL website you can get the price down to just $199.99 and a free screen magnifier as a gift. Two lucky subscribers will be also chosen to get the phone for free totally. So make sure not to miss this opportunity and subscribe in time.

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