Six reasons to check out the Oukitel K5000 (Promoted)

According to OUKITEL, the K5000 will go up for presale on October 24th.  With a 5.7″, 18:9 display, slim profile, and unique combination of Samsung and Sony camera sensors, the K5000 offers a rather interesting package to buyers. During the pre-sale period, buyers can take $20 off the price – $149.99, instead of the $169.99 MSRP.

Here are some features that might sway your decision, if you’re in the market for a new phone:

5.7″ HD 18:9 display

The K5000 has a 5.7″ screen, but its frame is smaller than most traditional 5.5″ smartphones. There’s not much on the market with a bigger display but smaller body than the K5000. A slimmer profile allows you to easily manipulate it with one hand while still maintaining a large viewing space.

21MP Samsung/16MP Sony IMX135 front/rear camera

By combining two different sensors into the 5000, Oukitel has brought the strengths of Samsung and Sony together to take great pictures.

5000mAh SCUD battery

No need for a power bank with the Oukitel K5000 – break free from those peskly battery percentages.

4/64GB RAM/ROM (expandable)

With 4GB RAM and the powerful MT6750T octa-core chipset, the K5000 can handle pretty much anything you can throw at it.

Fingerprint Reader

Access your phone quickly and securely, even from a dead sleep.

Three Classic Colors

Choose from Brilliant Blue, Jet Black, or Champagne Gold.

The K5000’s presale period will run from October 24th to October 31st for only $149.99. To celebrate the presale of K5000, OUKITEL is holding several giveaways on its official Facebook page and Twitter. For more details about the K5000 and presale details check out Oukitels’ website.

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