Oukitel shows off the Oukitel K7’s camera and specs in new video (Promoted)

Oukitel announced the Oukitel K7 recently, and since then it’s gotten a fair bit of attention due to its large battery and inexpensive price. And while those two feature are certainly attractive, the K7 also features a pretty impressive camera for its price point. Oukitel says it’s worked hard to optimize the software of the K7, focusing especially on the camera performance. It comes equipped with a Sony IMX214 sensor on the rear shooter, rated at 13.0MP and optimized to shoot in both natural and low-light conditions.

To demonstrate its hard work, Oukitel took a number of photos in a variety of different conditions, and compiled them into a gallery for your viewing pleasure. As you can see, regardless of distance and shooting conditions, the Oukitel K7’s pictures look great.

Oukitel K7 Specifications

  • 6″, 18:9 2160×1080 display
  • MediaTek MT6750T octa-core processor (1.5 GHz)
  • ARM Mali-T860 GPU (520MHz)
  • 4GB RAM
  • 64GB internal storage, 64GB expandable
  • Dual-lens Sony IMX214 13/2MP rear camera
  •  5MP front camera
  • 10,000mAh battery with 9V/2A quick charge
  • 2 x nano SIM card slots
  • Fingerprint Scanner
  • Android 8.1

According to Oukitel, the K7 will begin its pre-order period around June 20th. While it didn’t specify a price, we expect it to be under $300 when it launches. It’s bound to be the cheapest 10,000mAh phone on the market, though – not that there are many around. As per its usual, Oukitel is also offering a coupon to to anyone that subscribes to updates on the K7, and will be offering a chance to buy it for just $99.99.  

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