Oukitel, thanks to its recent participation in an Asian trade fair, has made official the upcoming arrival of its new mid-range battery phone, the Oukitel K13 Pro, with maxi battery, FullHD display, and dual rear camera.
The GSEE or Global Sources Electronics Exhibition is one of the largest technology fairs in Asia, so the big technology brands are dressed in their best clothes for the many presentations that take place taking advantage of the media focus of this fair held in Hong Kong. Oukitel is one of the manufacturers that does not miss this event, and has done so by showcasing its varied catalogue of models among which are some of its best-selling mobiles, but has also brought to this event some models unpublished to date.
The recent activism of the Chinese brand Oukitel, focused on battery phones, found a new explanation in the last appearance at the Global Sources Electronics Exhibition held in Hong Kong, during which participants, in addition to being able to touch the official Oukitel K9 and Oukitel K12, have also learned of the upcoming arrival of a new medium-range hyper-autonomous, the Oukitel K13 Pro.
The new Oukitel K13 Pro takes the idea of a slightly curved front panel (2.5D), with a hole (here placed centrally, so as to obtain symmetrical notifications) to contain the selfiecamera BSI GalaxyCore, 8 megapixels, equipped for facial unlocking that, however, does not replace, but flanks, the scanner for fingerprints, placed on the back, under the dual camera, 16 + 2 megapixels, with Dual LED Flash, and videos shot at 1080p@30fps. The display, convenient for viewing content because of the panoramic aspect at 19:9, is a 6.4-inch IPS LTPS panel, in FullHD+ resolution, also appreciable for its color density (389 PPI).
Under the black body of the Oukitel K13 Pro, useful for not showing off fingerprints, the eight-core processor Helio P22 (or a MediaTek MT6762 with graphics card PowerVR GE8320) adopts 4 GB of RAM, and 64 GB of storage, for GizmoChina expandable via microSD.
Integrated with a Dual nanoSIM hybrid, 4G, Wi-Fi n, Bluetooth, and GPS (Glonass, A-GPS), the Oukitel K13 Pro boasts a huge battery, 11,000 mAh, quickly chargeable (at 5V/6A) via microUSB 2.0 Type-C, and coordinates all the hardware resources seen so far with the latest stable version of Android now distributed, the Pie 9.0.
Freshly introduced in Hong Kong, the Oukitel K13 Pro does not yet have dedicated information on markets, timing, and distribution prices, but it is conceivable that it is a cheap phone destined to be marketed in the near future.