OUKITEL Unboxes The K10 Smartphone, Provides 10 Reasons To Buy

During the closing stages of 2017 OUKITEL announced its newest smartphone, the OUKITEL K10. Now, with this new phone entering its pre-order status the company has released a new unboxing video which looks to provide potential buyers with a closer look at what you get when purchasing the K10, as well as a more detailed look at the software experience on offer. Although that is not all, as the company has also provided ten reasons why potential buyers might want to consider this new Android phone in the first place. The first of the features OUKITEL wants to highlight is probably the phone’s main headline feature, an 11,000 mAh battery. Needless to say, with a battery capacity of this statue the OUKITEL K10 is expected to last days on end. In fact, the company reckons it can last in excess of one week on the back of a single charge. The second main point OUKITEL highlights is also battery-related, as it is the 5V/5a charger included with the package. Not only is this a USB Type-C charger, but one which the company states can fully replenish the OUKITEL K10’s 11,000 mAh battery in only two hours and fifteen minutes.

The third and fourth aspects are both to do with the display. Firstly, how the display is one of the newer displays due to the employment of an 18:9 aspect ratio, and secondly, that the FHD+ screen is actually an AUO screen. According to the company, the benefits of which is a more vivid and colorful gaming and viewing experience due to the brighter colors and higher color saturation on offer. The fifth and sixth reasons can also be combined due to their relationship to each other, and in particular the underlying power fueling the K10. As OUKITEL points out that the K10 comes loaded with a core spec combination of 6GB RAM, 64GB storage, and a MediaTek Helio P23. A combination which the company hopes will offer a smooth and solid user experience and even when under heavier loads, including those times when multitasking is in need.

The seventh reason potential buyers might want to consider the OUKITEL K10 is its camera prowess, as this is a phone that not only sports a dual camera setup on the back of the device, but also one on the front. With the back combination consisting of 21-megapixel and 8-megapixel cameras, while the front duo is made up of a 13-megapixel and 8-megapixel combo. Not only are there four cameras on offer, but also a number of software tweaks designed to improve the experience overall. While dual camera have become a trending feature of late, so has facial recognition and this, along with the fingerprint identification software, is the eighth reason proposed by OUKITEL. As the inclusion of both of these features not only offer consumers a safer smartphone experience, but also the actual option of choosing their preferred protection. Need another reason to consider the OUKITEL K10? Well, ninth is the inclusion of NFC which means buyers of this phone will be able to make use of all the benefits of NFC support, and most notably, support for mobile payments. Closing out the top 10 reasons to consider the OUKITEL K10 is the actual operating system which in this case is Android 7.1.1 (Nougat). While Android 8.0 (Oreo) is now arriving along with a number of the newer phones, OUKITEL explains that it has included Nougat as a means to guarantee the user a reliable and solid experience. Further noting that if and when Oreo becomes stable enough, it will look to bring it to the OUKITEL K10 at a later date via an update.

So there you have the top 10 reasons OUKITEL suggests you might want to consider the OUKITEL K10 smartphone as your next phone. For those who do happen to be in the market for a new phone, this one is now available to pre-order for $249.99. It is worth noting that this is a limited-time price as it is expected the OUKITEL K10 will cost $299.99 when it becomes generally available. For more details head through the link below. In addition to checking out the new unboxing video in full below.

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