After teasing fans of its K-Series phones for a few weeks, Oukitel has finally released a full set of specifications for the upcoming K8000. According to the video it showed off last week, the K8000 lasts even longer than its 10,000mAh battery phone, the K10000 Pro. This week, the K8000 finally showed up in Oukitel’s store, hinting that it will go to market soon – maybe even this month.
The K8000 features a 5.5″, 720p Samsung AMOLED display and features an aircraft-grade aluminum unibody. It’s remarkably thin considering it packs an 8,000mAh battery – showing that phones can have large batteries and still have a sleek design (I hope you’re paying attention, Samsung. You too, LG). It also features dual rear cameras of 16 and 2MP, with a 8MP 80° wide-angle front camera featuring a number of different settings and modes. With 4GB RAM and 64GB ROM, and a MediaTek 6750T octa-core processor, the K8000 should be able to handle most modern applications in daily use. Check out the full list of specs below.
- Processor: MT6750T octa-core Cortex A53 1.5GHz
- OS: Android 7.0 Nougat
- Display: 5.5″ 720P AMOLED LCD, Asahi Dragontrail Glass
- Colors: Blue, Black, Gold
- Cameras: 13/2MP Rear, 8MP front
- Memory: 4/64GB RAM/ROM (expandable)
- Network: GSM: 850/900/1800/1900MHz | WCDMA: 900/2100MHz | 4G FDD: B1/B3/B7/B8/B20
- SIM: Dual Slot
- Battery: 8000mAh, MicroUSB (9V/2A)
- WLAN: 802.11n
- Bluetooth: 4.2
- Sensors: Front fingerprint | Gravity | Proximity | Light | Gyroscope | Geomagnetic | Notification LED
- Dimensions: 156 x 77.8 x 10.7mm, 232.8g
Oukitel hopes to have the K8000 up for order by the end of November for $229.99, with an unspecified discount for pre-orders. For more information about the K8000, check out Oukitel’s official website.
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