Oukitel K10000, the more battery phablet market

Oukitel K10000 review specs
Previously we have spoken of Oukitel K10000, a terminal that lives up to its name because its 10,000 mAh battery stands out as the largest capacity in the market. Now, this amazing phablet particularly suitable for the more "addicted" is available at a price that makes it the most desirable, below 200 euros. Read Doogee F5 review which is a flagship android phone with price of budget phone.

Oukitel K10000 android review

The Oukitel K10000 is a terminal that makes us remember those times where there were no smartphones and mobile phones were just phones with batteries that lasted a week without problem peacefully, just being a smartphone. With its huge battery according to the manufacturer we can use the terminal for 15 days with normal use, a week if we give intensive use. But it does not end here, as the K10000 includes the power to portable battery and can connect other devices to it to recharge. Microsoft Lumia 535 review, a budget windows phone.
Oukitel K10000 review

Regarding the hardware this is a rather phablet midrange, as its SoC MediaTek MTK6735 quad-core 64-bit operating at 1 GHz is designed for low power consumption, but still giving the device a fairly decent performance. The SoC with ARM Mali T720 GPU, is accompanied by 2 GB of RAM and 16 GB of internal storage, expandable up in recent additional 32 GB using a memory card micro SD format.
Oukitel K10000 reviews

We advance before the Oukitel K10000 is a phablet, which means that your screen has a diagonal of 5.5 inches. It has HD resolution (1280 x 720 pixels) with IPS panel, another element that will work to conserve battery power when the terminal and provide greater autonomy. Regarding the cameras we find something unusual, because the front is 2 Megapixel software but rescaled by a 5 Megapixel, while the rear 8MP source, scale to 13 Megapixel.

With regard to connectivity, we must mention that this is a 4G phablet, so it is compatible with 2G / 3G / 4G LTE networks that will work with any Spanish operator (logically is a free phone). It also incorporates connectivity WiFi 802.11 b / g // n the usual Bluetooth 4.0, GPS, accelerometer, gyroscope and others.

Finally, it notes that a terminal with this screen size and battery capacity is not exactly small, and the Oukitel K10000 weighs 184 grams and has dimensions of 15.7 x 7.5 x 1.4 centimeters, thereby being quite thicker what today is already common in a terminal like this. But of course, having such a battery must have some disadvantage, right?

I said at the beginning that could be purchased the Oukitel K10000 for less than 200 euros.