Latest addition to the famous big battery “K” series from the OUKITEL brand is the OUKITEL K12 and this phone has been expected by huge amount of loyal fans. Once again it’s pushing a bit further with the combination of rock solid specs and massive battery, this time coming with the 10.000 mAh capacity. And as usual the makers are trying to convince us with a big endurance test video against the similar competition that the phone is really a battery life king.
Equipped with the 6,3-inch FHD+ display, latest power-saving Helio P35 processor and Android 9 Pie system the phone is ready to last longer than the previous generations. Based on lab environment testing it could last for about 31 days in standby mode with SIM inserted, 14.5 hours of continuous video playback, 54 hours of music playback, 51 hours of phone calls or 11 hours of gaming. But of course that’s lab tests so how about some comparison against the actual competition ?
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They have chosen Xiaomi Redmi Note 7 with 4000 mAh battery and iPhone XS with 2658 mAh battery as the test partners the phones through four tests, each running for one hour with maximum brightness and volume, consisiting of online video streaming, video recording, online music with display on and online voice calls. And the result ? Well OUKITEL K12 managed to retain 69% of the battery, while Xiaomi Redmi Note 7 kept just 37% and iPhone XS only 10%. And K12 has one more ace up the sleeve too with new super fast 5V/6A charging.
Concerning the full specs of the phone we can just point you at our previous article so we are not clogging the space too much. OUKITEL K12 should be released in early June and the company promised to unveil it fully on their website this week. So we will probably finally get the pricing for this new interesting battery monster.