Big battery OUKITEL K12 goes official and shows a performance video


OUKITEL K12

When talking about big battery smartphones most of people think about models with 5000 mAh or 6000 mAh batteries. But the K series from OUKITEL is taking it to the next step and their most popular phones actually start with 10.000 mAh battery capacity. That’s also the case with the new OUKITEL K12 model, which is finally officially listed on their website and the makers released another video today showing its performance in various tests.

OUKITEL K12 is using the popular waterdrop notch display design and with big 6,3-inch FHD+ resolution display it offers quite some space to watch movies thanks to 92.7% screen-to-body ratio. And with the new Mediatek Helio P35 processor, 6 GB RAM and 64 GB of internal storage the phone should be pretty much fine for the performance tasks as well. Users demanding solid photography are going to be satisfied as well, because K12 employs dual rear 16MP+2MP cameras with Sony IMX298 as the main sensor. You can check the performance showing including Antutu tests in the following video.

But of course the huge battery steals most of the spotlight and with 10.000 mAh capacity and the new super fast 5V/6A charging it’s really ticking most of the boxes for the fans. Compared with the previous 9V/2A chargers the new one does the job almost twice as fast and can fully refill the battery under 2 hours. And as the proverbial cherry on the top of the pie the phone is also equipped with the NFC chip for Google Pay payments and more useful specs like dual-band Wi-Fi or global LTE bands.

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Global presales for OUKITEL K12 will start on June 10th with a retail price of $249.99 and of course first it’s going to be available through the Official OUKITEL Aliexpress store. So if you are a fan of big battery smartphones then you can’t let this one get away without attention.

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