Tuesday, 10 October 2017

Oukitel K8000 - World's First Smartphone To Feature 8000mAh Battery

Most smartphone companies have observed that what ends users look out for when buying a smartphone is the battery capacity, Camera, and storage, other features are just complementary. Which is why Oukitel are out to up their game with the Oukitel K8000 that comes with monster 8000mAh battery capacity that will atleast carry you for 5 days on a single charge.

The specs of the device is not officially available, but here is what we know so far about the K8000. The 8000mAh battery capacity is the second largest battery in the world. The K8000 will come with 5.5″ HD Samsung AMOLED display and will run Android 7.0 Nougat out of the box. It sports 4GB RAM and 64GB of storage

Check... Specifications and Price of Oukitel K6000 with Massive 6080mAh Battery

The K8000 is also expected to come with an all-aluminum body, exquisite CNC craft, and new antenna design. It carries a high-resolution dual camera 16MP/2MP setup on the back and a 13MP 80° wide-angle front one.


  • MT6750T Octa-core Cortex A53 1.5GHz

  • ️4GB RAM/64GB Storage

  • ️5.5″ HD AMOLED Display

  • ️16MP/2MP dual rear camera, 13MP front camera

  • 8000mAh Li-polymer Battery
    9V/2A Fast Charge

  • Oukitel name it the most durable smartphone because of the high density battery capacity, 5.5 HD display with Samsung Amoled LCD and the power saving system.
Read: Gionee M2017 with monster 7000mAh battery

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