The new entry-level smartphone Oukitel C23 Pro has recently been unveiled and can be pre-ordered in the manufacturer’s official online store for the equivalent of $109.99 in three casing colors. The target group is primarily price-conscious consumers who are looking for a solid smartphone for phone calls, simple photography and multimedia.
The 6.53-inch LCD display has a resolution of 1600*720 pixels and the CPU is a Mediatek MT6761 quad-core processor with 4 GB RAM. The internal storage is 64 GB and can be expanded by a maximum of 256 GB via a microSD card. The smartphone is unlocked via a fingerprint sensor.
The battery capacity of 5,000 milliampere hours results in up to one day depending on the usage behavior. The battery is charged with the ten-watt charger and a wireless charging function is not available. The triple camera has a 13 MP main camera, wide-angle lens and a 2 MP macro camera. The front camera has 8 MP resolution, which offers filters and software features for selfies or video calls.
In terms of communications, 2G, 3G, 4G, WLAN, LTE and Bluetooth 4.2 are supported by the Oukitel C23 Pro. Mobile navigation is available via GPS and NFC allows contactless payment for supermarket purchases. Google Android 10 runs as the operating system on the smartphone.
No information is known at the moment about the price and when the C23 Pro entry-level smartphone will be available in Europe.