Oukitel releases a fan-favorite for stateside customers – the OK6000 Plus (Promoted)

Ever since Oukitel released the K6000 Plus, it’s a been a hot seller. Its 6080mAh battery and 12V/2A charger made it a popular phone, well-loved among Oukitel’s fans. Unfortunately, the K6000 Plus was only a viable option for European customers due to its limited band availability. Oukitel is a quick study, however, and is in the process of remedying that problem with a K6000 Plus featuring bands suitable for American carriers – they call it the OK6000 Plus. To celebrate the release of the new  version of the K6000 Plus, Oukitel is having a mid-year flash sale on both variants of the phone.

OK6000 Plus Specs

Those hoping for a successor to the K6000 Plus will be disappointed; the OK6000 Plus is identical, specs-wise. It features a 5.5″ Full HD display and a metal battery cover and frame, typical of many Oukitel devices. The OK6000 Plus features a 6080mAh battery with fast charging, bringing it to a full charge in just under 100 minutes. It only offers a 16MP single sensor rear shooter and 8MP selfie camera, instead of the dual-sensor lenses that are so popular among smartphones these days. It’s powered by a MediaTek MT6750 processor, with 4/64GB RAM/ROM backing it up.


Both the K6000 Plus and OK6000 Plus come in three colors: gray, black and gold. The OK6000 Plus features a broader band selection than does the K6000, compatible with the 2, 4, 5, 7, 17 and 28A LTE bands. This makes it suitable, for T-Mobile and AT&T, but not ideal for Verizon and utterly incompatible with Sprint. Oukitel’s phones have largely focused on European and Chinese cell bands for a long time now. This proverbial first toe in the water could begin a push for American customers that might bring Oukitel to relevance stateside.

During Oukitel’s mid-year sale, both the European K6000 Plus and the North American OK6000 Plus are on sale for just $145.99. Pick one up today!

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