If you still didn’t know the Chinese manufacturer Oukitel, there are two things you should know about them in order to track them properly in 2019: the first is that they have a range of smartphones with great autonomy like the Oukitel K, and the second is that they have launched the new and youthful Oukitel Y range to compete in Xiaomi and Redmi’s terrain.
And already presented the ranges, the important thing is that the Asian manufacturer has just launched a smartphone for each of them, specifically the Oukitel K9 that we knew a few days ago and the newcomer Oukitel Y4800 that wants to become one of the bestsellers of the year. But let’s not stay here, because Oukitel’s two new Android models have a lot to offer us at very attractive prices, so you’ll probably want to take a look at their possibilities. Let’s meet them both!
The newest member of Oukitel’s highly autonomous range is this series which is positioned as the largest Android smartphone in its category and virtually the entire platform catalogue. Not in vain, it mounts a 7.12-inch IPS panel with FHD+ resolution, animated by MediaTek’s Helio P35 chipset with an eight-core processor and 4 GB of RAM memory.
The internal storage goes up to 64 GB and can be expanded, with a huge battery of 6,000 mAh almost infinite and we can charge quickly thanks to its USB-C connector with an input power of 5V/6A, which promises to recover full charge in just an hour and a half.
This does not increase the thickness, which remains 8.9 millimeters leaving room for a dual camera of 16MP + 2MP in the rear and another frontal sensor of 8MP with beauty mode. Android 9.0 Pie will animate the terminal, which is available in bright and trendy gradients at a price of about $199.99 depending on the exchange rate:
The new Oukitel Y4800 is the most ambitious bet of the Chinese manufacturer in recent years, and this time is certainly attractive because it points directly to the comparison with the best bestsellers in the market, such as the Xiaomi Redmi Note 7, which seems dangerously improving certain sections.
Convincing the market needs to follow market trends, and so Oukitel has opted for a well-known design with notch in the form of a drop of water, construction with metal and glass and performance hardware around a large screen and a double camera.
The device offers much for very little, starting with its 6.3-inch screen with IPS technology and FHD+ resolution, MediTek Helio P70 chipset with eight-core processor and artificial intelligence, and a generous memory configuration with 6 GB of RAM and 128 GB of expandable storage. The double camera this time opts to jump on the 48 megapixel trolley with Sony’s already popular Exmor RS sensor, which is accompanied by another 5 megapixel on the rear and one more than 16 MP with beauty mode and HDR on the front.
The battery reaches 4,000 mAh of capacity, does not lack the fast charge nor the fingerprint reader, and we will have LTE connectivity, dual-band WiFi, Bluetooth 4.2 LE, aGPS, FM Radio and micro USB connectors and audio-jack standard. Again Android 9 Pie gives life to the device almost without any customization, maintaining a Pure Google experience with facial recognition capability and with a price of only 199.99 dollars.