Now that the pre-sales phase of the Oukitel K6000 Plus has been completed, the first pre-buyers will soon be holding their new battery monster in their hands. The Okitel K6000 Plus is the world’s first smartphone that supports the Super-Charge function with a 12V / 2A charger.
The package with the K6000 Plus contains additions such as an OTG cable and a silicone case, besides the normal scope of delivery such as a protective foil, user manual, SIM card pin, 12V / 2A flash charger and USB cable.
Let’s talk about the OTG cable: which additional function besides the reverse charging for other mobile devices offers the K6000 Plus still?
Oukitel announced that the K6000 Plus can support mobile hard drives up to 2TB. Of course there is also a new video:
As previously announced, Oukitel has donated the K6000 Plus a 5.5 “2.5D FHD-LTPS AUO display with a glass protection from Asahi and a body made of an aluminum alloy.
And according to the tradition of the “K” series, the K6000 Plus gets a super large 6080mAh battery, which is recharged in just 100 minutes thanks to 12V 2A Flash Charger!
Here, Oukitel has listed the theoretical data for the continuous current consumption with different usage:
|Standby||420 Hours||Dual sim dual standby, mobile data and wifi off|
|2G Talk||58 Hours||In black screen|
|MP3 Music||50 Hours||Speaker mode in black screen, highest volume|
|FHD Video||10 Hours||Brightest screen state and highest volume|
|Surf Internet||7.3 Hours||Mobile data mode, brightest screen state|
Priority has for many smartphone users, in addition to the long battery life and a appealing design, the built-in main camera.
Oukitel has compared in the next table the main cameras of 3 smartphones:
the Xiaomi Mi5 with 16MP; The Oukitel K6000 Plus with 16MP and the iPhone 7 with 12MP.
|Xiaomi Mi5||OUKITEL K6000 Plus||iPhone 7|
|Anti-shake||4-axis stabilization||Normal anti-shake||OIS|
Both the Xiaomi Mi5 and OUKITEL K6000 Plus work with a 16MP camera with PDAF technology for fast focusing.
The PDAF technology (Phase Detection Autofocus) is very well developed in the digital camera environment, but the conquest has just begun in the smartphone environment. Thanks to the PDAF technology, it is possible to achieve the correct focus with only one calculation, thus saving processor resources.
The other specifications are different: the Xiaomi Mi5 works with an IMX298 sensor with F / 2.0 aperture, the iPhone 7 with an iSight sensor with F / 1.8 aperture while the K6000 Plus got an Omnivision OV16880 sensor with F / 2.0 aperture (one LED Dual Flash is available if required).
All three devices support image stabilization technology: Xiaomi developed a 4-axis stabilization technology for the Mi5, while Okitel used a normal stabilization technology here.
No matter what the cameras have for theoretical specifications, the result counts. Also a video of Oukitel:
And another interesting video about OTG has been produced by Oukitel:
In the video, the K6000 Plus works as a Powerbank to charge another Oukitel smartphone – a U16 Max and an iOS Smartphone iPhone 6s Plus, by reverse charging with an OTG cable.
The Oukitel K6000 Plus is powered by a 64-bit processor from MediaTek.
This is an Octa-Core Soc MT6750T with a clocking of up to 1.5GHz. 4 GB of RAM and 64 GB of internal memory have been installed for speedy work, which can of course be expanded with a Micro SD card up to 256GB (!). For games, videos and music is undoubtedly enough space available.
Further specifications of the K6000 Plus:
a very fast fingerprint sensor (unlocking time 0.1 second), this time on the front; OTG, GPS, AGPS and Bluetooth.
Also the audio chip was not saved: a Class K Audio Amplifier AW8736 of the 6th generation is used with the K6000 Plus.
The OKitel K6000 Plus offers, of course, dual SIM and dual standby as well as all 2G, 3G and 4G LTE frequencies required in Germany FDD-LTE: (800/900/1800/2100 / 2600MHz).
he final product video you can watch here:
The OUKITEL K6000 Plus is already officially available on the Oukitel website:
Oukitel K6000 Plus
This post is also available in: German