Many new smartphones arrive from China, but in the end, few manage to stand out in a market very similar and with few differences. This is not the case of the OUKITEL K8000, a new smartphone with a super battery of 8000mAh that will offer us the maximum possible autonomy. However, we can not leave aside other features that offers us and we go to review after the jump.
Today, smartphones are at the heart of our working and professional lives. It is unthinkable to leave home without them, since we use them for practically everything. Our digital life is in there and depending so much on them also involves some problems. Without a doubt, the battery is the main problem of many models, even in the highest range.
Fortunately, we have some manufacturers that are taking care of this aspect and have achieved such impressive things as the new OUKITEL K8000 and its 8000mAh super battery. We are not talking about fast charging or optimizations to extend the autonomy (which also has them), we are talking about a battery that triples the average of mobile phones currently sold massively.
The 8000mAh battery of the new OUKITEL K8000 is one of its main assets for success. According to the manufacturer, this is the smartphone with the most autonomy on the market that can offer us up to 5 days of service with a single quick charge. Another reason for this is its 5.5-inch Samsung AMOLED display with extremely low power consumption.
The third reason is the Android 7.0 operating system with several battery optimization features. Power consumption management reduces the unnecessary loss of battery power that some functions or applications cause in the terminal. Besides, of all this, the OUKITEL K8000 goes further.
We have an aluminum unibody body with a new antenna design for better performance and coverage. Inside we find the MT6750T eight-core processor Cortex A53 with a speed of 1.5GHz accompanied by 4GB of RAM and 64 gigas of storage memory.
The camera is another eye-catching feature with a 16 megapixel, 2 megapixel, dual rear lens and a 13 megapixel, 80-degree wide-angle front camera. In this way, it matches the industry’s trend to include two lenses at the back to allow superior photo functionality with better results.