A Chinese smartphone company, Oukitel to announce the launch of a new smartphone, Oukitel K10000 although, the availability and details and price are yet to announce. The major highlight of the device is its massive battery capacity of 10000mAh.
The idea behind power bank is that users can charge their handset on-the-go, and smartphone users use power banks to charge when the battery drains out due to heavy use. But Oukitel has a battery almost the thrice the capacity of Samsung Galaxy Note 4. The battery is slated to have a 10000mAh capacity that left behind the high-end smartphones such as Samsung Galaxy S6, Galaxy S6 Active, and the battery-centric Gionee Marathon M5 Smartphones which boasted 6000mAh battery capacity. However, the battery life has not been revealed yet.
The images took by Neowin of the handset that features dual speakers on the bottom along with USB connectivity, whilst the top and bottom side is built with metal. Neowin states a confirmed specification from the company that the handset runs on Android 5.1 Lollipop and sports a 5.5-inch HD (720×1280 pixels) and is powered by a quad-core MediaTek MT6735 SoC coupled with 2GB RAM. The smartphone features a 16GB inbuilt memory and boasts 13MP rear camera along with 5MP front camera. The LTE- enabled Smartphone’s complete specification is yet to reveal by the Chinese company.
Some of the handset which has humongous battery capacity that has been outwitted by Oukitel K10000 was the Celkon Millennia Q5K Power and Gionee’s Marathon M3 smartphone with 5000mAh battery, Lava Iris Fuel 20 with 4400mAh battery, Karbonn Alfa A120 with 3000mAh battery. Samsung was the leading with its Galaxy S6 Active, supported by a 3500mAh battery.