For those that want to know what’s inside a smartphone, in this case Oukitel K6000, we have prepared the: OUKITEL K6000 Disassembly Teardown.



  • Display: 5.5″ IPS LCD display, 2.5D craftsmanship, Corning Gorilla Glass 3
  • Resolution: 1080*720, 320 ppi
  • Network: GSM 850MHz/900MHz/1800MHz/1900MHz
  • W-CDMA 900 MHz/2100MHz
  • LTE 800 MHz/1800MHz/2100MHz/2600MHz
  • Chipset: 64bit MediaTek MT6735P
  • Memory: 2GB + 16GB 64GB microSD slot
  • Camera: 8MP + 13MP Dual color LED flash light
  • Battery: Li-Polymer 6000mAh 9V/2A fast charging
  • OS: Android 5.1
  • Sensors: Direction, E-compass, G-Sensor, Light, Proximity, Pressure, Linear Acceleration.


  • The back cover assembly is tough, since there is barely no gap between the metal cover and the metal cutting edge. We had to use an opening pick with a strong push.
  • However, we had to open up the cover on the secondary board first, then screw off the back cover.


  • The rear metal panel is glued tightly on the plastic structure, and once it’s peeled off, it can not be glued back again.
  • The black sticker is the cooling film made of graphite, and the sticker below is the antistatic sponge.


  •  With the back panel removed, underneath, we find the 13MP camera and Dual-tone LED flash. The wifi antenna is right next to the camera.


  • We had a glance at the secondary board, the vibration motor is located at bottom left. And the Micro phone is next to the motor. The micro USB port is welded in the middle.


  • Finally, we see the massive 6000mAh Li-Polymer battery. It says Standard Voltage of 3.85V. 6000mAh/23.1Wh, Charging Voltage Limit: 4.4V. Signs of certifications and don’ts.
  • FYI: Lithium-Polymer battery has longer battery life than Lithium-Ion battery, it has relatively lighter weight and safer. It cost more to manufactures.


  • There are 8 screws on the cover. With the cover dispatched, we get a look at the motherboard
  • The battery can’t be taken out right now, we have to disconnect it from the motherboard first.


  • Before we take out the mother board, we need to get the Dual SIM slot out.
  • Let’s uninstall the CNC frame first, and save the mother board for the last.



  • The frames are fastened on the body by 11 screws.


  • Peel off the protective sticker on the mother board, we see a PCB that connects the battery and the mother board.


  • Carefully remove the PCB.


  • The battery is taken out, it’s quite large and thick, it occupied most of the space of the phone.


  • It’s even bigger than the display of iPhone 5S


  • The chips are underneath the metal protector, all the exposed circuit are covered with insulating tape.



  • The protective covers are welded on the mother board, neat and strong. We don’t want to break the SoC, so just take out the cameras


  • After pulling off the main camera, We can see the SunWin , it’s OV8858 image sensor( interpolated ) camera.


  • There are 10 screws for fastening the mother board. we find the antistatic sponge.


The sound chamber locates inside the black piece on top of the secondary board. On the left, there is vibration motor and micro phone, in the middle, it’s the micro usb interface. And there are 6 screws.

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