Don't Charge Your Smartphone for up to 15 Days
Congratulations! You finally won that sweepstakes you’ve been religiously entering for the last 2 and half years. The only thing standing between you and 7 days in the Bahamas was the phone call you just missed from your travel agent verifying your spot on the trip. If only you remembered to charge your phone before you left for work this morning.
Oukitel, Chinese powerhouse and global smartphone brand, doesn’t want this to happen to you. Say goodbye to insufficient battery life with the new Oukitel K10000: A smartphone that holds a charge for up to 15 days.
About Oukitel K10000
The Oukitel K10000 is revolutionizing the world of smartphones, claiming to hold almost four times the charge of a Samsung Galaxy S6 and five and a half times the charge of the iPhone 6. Still not impressed? According to Oukitel, the K10000 reaches a full charge in just three and a half hours thanks to top-level flash-charge chipsets in the charger and unique pump-express flash charging technology. You can even use the phone to charge other devices with the reverse charge feature (Oukitel claims that the K10000 still had 10% battery life after fully charging 3 iPhone 6 Pluses).
This jaw-dropping battery capacity is made possible with a 10,000mAh battery and a “super smart standby” mode, combined with “intelligent power consumption management”. Additional specifications of the Oukitel K10000 include:
- 1GHz quad-core MediaTek processor
- 2GB of RAM
- 5.5-inch display
- 720p resolution
- 8-megapixel rear camera
- 2-megapixel front-facing camera
- 16 GB storage
- microSD support
- Android 5.1 Lollipop operating system
For a more detailed review on the Oukitel K10000, click here.
Pre-orders for the K10000 started in December 2015, offering the phone at only $239.99: unlocked, no contract required. Orders just started shipping last week (1/21/16), so if you are interested in purchasing the K10000, you are not too late!
A smartphone with a 15-day battery life sounds too good to be true, right? At this point, we aren’t really sure. A majority of the claims about the K10000 were made by the company itself, so its safe to say that only time will tell. I guess for now, my best advice to you is try not to forget your phone charger when you leave your house in the morning.