The Oukitel C10 belongs in the category “Ultra Low Budget Smartphone” and drives almost only the minimum program. Nevertheless, it comes with handy features and runs on Android 8.1 (Go Edition). Whether the approximately $60 for the device thrown out money or well invested. You will also be interested in CUBOT J3, because they are all high-cost phones, suitable for low-cost users.
The Oukitel C10 is very easy to knit. On the one hand, that means no fingerprint sensor, no notch display. This could be interpreted as a weakness, but actually here is the strength of the 5.5 inch cell phone. Because it is limited to the essentials and delivers even in optics rock solid. For around $60, there is no metal frame, but it is slit-free processed plastic, which is completely removable at the back and the view of the innards releases.
Butter with the Fish: The display of the Oukitel C10 is not exactly a masterpiece. The viewing angle stability is miserable, the colors appear pale and individual pixels can be recognized easily – with a resolution of 960 x 460 to 5.5 inches no wonder. The display settings unfortunately can not screw, only the brightness (which is acceptable high) is changeable. Just so: The display registers two touches simultaneously. The glass is slightly rounded at the edges, but all in all, the VGA TN touch panel does not look very high quality, on top of that it is relatively sensitive to scratches. From the factory, a thin protective film is applied, which bothers more than protects.
With a quad-core MTK6580 (1.3 GHz), 1 GB RAM and 16 GB ROM, Oukitel drives the minimal program in the C10. Without other tasks in the background, the cheap mobile phone can be operated smoothly, surfing and youtube are also no problem. When it comes to multitasking, the C10 comes into a sweat – 1 GB of RAM are just not enough and, above all, not up to date. Here was saved at the wrong end, it should have been at least 2 GB. With 8 GB of internal memory.
With 2000 mAh, the Oukitel C10 is certainly not a long-distance runner, as the battery benchmark shows. After almost 5 hours of full load, the battery is empty. But those who do not torment the smartphone all day long with sophisticated applications can easily manage their day.