OUKITEL is planning to launch a new smartphone which will sport an 11,000mAh battery, says the company. OUKITEL has just shown off this smartphone in a new promo video that was shared on YouTube, and in addition to that, the company has also shared some key specifications of the upcoming phone. Based on the provided info, the OUKITEL K10 will be a rather interesting phone, which will be made out of metal, and yet ship with a back that is covered in leather it seems, Australian calf leather, that is.
The OUKITEL K10000 and several variants of this phone that OUKITEL announced were well-known for its 10,000mAh battery packs, well, it seems like OUKITEL is planning to push things even further with the OUKITEL K10. This phone will ship with a dual camera setup on the back, below which you'll notice a fingerprint scanner, and the design of the back side is quite interesting in general. The company's branding will be included on the back as well, as will an LED flash. The device will be thicker than your usual smartphones these days, mainly due to that huge 11,000mAh battery (with 5V/5A fast charging), while this phone will not sport physical or capacitive keys below the display, you'll need to utilize the phone's on-screen buttons. All the physical keys will be included on the right-hand side of this smartphone, while a Type-C USB port will be included at the very bottom of the phone, along with the phone's speaker.
Now, the OUKITEL K10 will sport a 6-inch fullHD+ (2160 x 1080) display, with a 2.5D curved glass on top of it. This handset will be one of the first from OUKITEL to ship with an 18:9 display aspect ratio, and the company claims that this battery is capable of providing one week of usage for some users. The OUKITEL K10 will also include 6GB of RAM and 64GB of internal storage on the inside, and it is expected to become available early next year, says OUKITEL, though the company did not provide any specific date just yet. If you'd like to take a closer look at this phone, feel free to check out the embedded video down below.