The OUKITEL C15 Pro is really close to being available. OUKITEL has confirmed that the phone will be released on March 18, as that is the company's fourth anniversary. The OUKITEL C15 Pro is set to become OUKITEL's very first smartphone with a teardrop display notch, and the company has just not only released some more spec info when it comes to this phone, but the company has also published a new promo video for the device.
This smartphone will be fueled by the MediaTek Helio A22 64-bit quad-core processor, while the phone will include 2GB of RAM and 16GB of internal storage. A 3,200mAh battery will be included on the inside of this phone, and it will not be removable. A 6.088-inch HD+ display will be included in the package, with a 2.5D curved glass on top of it.
Android 9 Pie will come pre-installed on the OUKITEL C15 Pro, said OUKITEL. On the back of the device, you'll be able to find 8 and 2-megapixel cameras, while a single 5-megapixel camera will be included on the phone's front side. The device will ship with two SIM card slots, and a separate microSD card slot. Facial scanning will be available on the device as well.
Now, if you take a look at the video that is embedded down below, you'll be able to see the OUKITEL C15 Pro in action. This video is focused on OUKITEL C15 Pro's performance. The phone managed to score 64,311 points on AnTuTu, and you can check out the whole test down below.
OUKITEL's employee also played some games on the device in the provided video, while video playback is also shown. Games performed really well on the device, and we're presuming that OUKITEL used default in-game settings. In addition to gaming and video playback, you will also be able to see parts of the UI on the OUKITEL C15 Pro, along with some apps, and the phone's app switching performance.
This handset will be priced at only $69.99 during its pre-sale period, so if you're looking for a secondary device, or a budget phone of that kind for any other purpose, the OUKITEL C15 Pro may be just right for the job. This phone actually looks considerably more expensive than it actually is, its bezels are quite thin, and its "chin" is not that thick either. The phone packs in two cameras on the back, and also a rear-facing fingerprint scanner.