OUKITEL had released the OUKITEL K5000 smartphone earlier this year which was also the premium smartphone to be launched by the company this year. This smartphone has been known for its design and looks but most of all this smartphone was highly acclaimed as it had a massive 5000 mAh battery inside it to power the device which made it the smartphone with a huge battery which also packed some impressive specifications.
Now, if we look at the OUKITEL K5000, we have already mentioned that the smartphone had a massive 5000 mAh battery. Apart from that, the smartphone also has a 5.7-inch HD+ full display, Dual Curved Glossy Design which is similar to the design of the Galaxy S8. Also, the smartphone has a Samsung-powered front camera and Sony-powered rear camera setup which adds to the brilliance of the smartphone. Other than that, the smartphone comes with USB Type-C fast charging and it supports 9V/2A quick charge along with the Type-C port included on the device. In terms of the capacity of storage on the device, the OUKITEL K5000 comes with 4GB of RAM and 64GB of internal storage. The smartphone also has a fingerprint sensor on the back due to the front being covered fully by the display.
Now, OUKITEL decided to test out the OUKITEL K5000 alongside the iPhone 7 Plus and the Xiaomi Mi Mix2 in terms of the battery life. As a headstart, the Xiaomi Mi Mix2 packs a 4000 mAh battery whereas the iPhone 7 Plus has a 2910 mAh battery. The test was conducted by the company in their labs and the results were very surprising to say the least. The OUKITEL K5000 beat the Xiaomi Mi Mix2 and the iPhone 7 Plus hands-down not only by a small margin but the K5000 had 56% battery left when the Mi Mix2 died down and the iPhone 7 Plus was not even in the picture. The company says that this is not only due to the higher battery capacity in the K5000 but also due to the powerful power consumption management system in the smartphone.
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