I’ve waxed poetic about big batteries – or lack thereof – in a lot of my posts lately, so I won’t stand on my soapbox too terribly long today. The skinny of it is that Oukitel has a new phone – that we’ve mentioned before – and it’s got a massive 10,000mAh battery; something more akin to what you’d find in an external battery rather than an internal one.

In a recent video, Oukitel showed off just how much juice is stored in that battery, pitting the K10000 Max against the iPhone 7 Plus and an iPad Mini 4, both with decent batteries in their own right. After 3 hours of heavy usage (video chat, video playback, and video recording), the iPhone 7 Plus and iPad Mini 4 were dead, and the Oukitel K10000 was weary as well – at least, a little; it still had 77% left. Check out the featured video for details on that study.


A big battery is important, but without usable specs to make use of that extra power, it wouldn’t be much fun – Oukitel understands that, and has managed to squeeze some decent specs into the frame. It’s got a 5.5″ FHD LCD display, 3/32GB RAM/ROM, MT6753 Octa-Core processor, and a water/shock/dust proof frame. While those specs, perhaps don’t make it a powerhouse, it’s certainly useable by the standard of the modern smartphone, especially at it’s $259.99 price point.

Oukitel’s K10000 Max is currently available for pre-order, and if you sign up for updates from Oukitel, you’ll receive a coupon code good for $50 off the pre-order as well.

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