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Another Full Screen Oukitel Phone (Oukitel K10) Coming with 11,000mAh Battery

Oukitel K10 Coming With 11,000mAh battery

When it comes with smartphones with huge battery capacity, Oukitel has it.

We have seen it all from Oukitel, from 6000mAh to 8000, to 10,000 and now 11,000mAh battery.

It has been Oukitel’s custom to launch smartphones with a huge battery capacity towards the end of every year or at the beginning of the next year and this year won’t be different.

Although it is not yet confirmed when the Oukitel K10 will hit the market, but we expect it to come before the end of this year or at the beginning of 2018.

The new Oukitel K10 will feature a 6″ FHD+ display and 18:9 aspect ratio. The new aspect ratio allows for a larger usable area and easy to hold in one hand design.

Unlike a simple 2.5D curved screen and normal highlight polishing, K10 features a prismatic cutting craft and blanket type polishing. The usual 2.5D craft normally takes 2 days, but prismatic cutting craft takes 4 days to make it perfect.

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Oukitel chose magnesium alloy for the frame and real Australian calf leather for the back. Combining complicated crafting and tech, K10 comes out to be an elegant and premium device.

The device looks very similar to Oukitel K10000 Pro but appears to be as rugged as the Oukitel K10000 Max.

Here is a video preview of what the device looks like:

The full details of the device has not been released, but we gathered that the 11,000mAh battery will be built by BAK. It is a high-density battery and the device will feature an intelligent power consumption management system, which can make the battery to last up to one week of use on a single charge.

The device will also be shipped alongside a 5V/5A quick charger and an exclusive charging port FPC to make the charging a lot quicker.

The Oukitel K10 is expected to come with 6GB RAM and 64GB ROM and we expect to see it in the market latest by early 2018.

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