Oukitel is a China-based mobile device manufacturer. The company received mobile phone license in 2008 in China and built its R&D centers in Shanghai and Shenzhen soon after. Oukitel sells devices in limited markets. The company is well known for consistently pushing very strong and affordable smartphones for the low-end market with big battery life into the Android market.
One of the key features while buying a new smartphone is its battery capacity. So, if you too looking for a 'big battery' smartphone, one that can last you an entire day with all that regular chatting, video chatting, video watching and social media updates then Oukitel Smartphone is highly recommended for you. Some manufacturer still celebrating 4,000, 5,000, 6,000mAh batteries, Oukitel is taking that to a whole new level.
The Oukitel K10000 Pro - which is also available on jumia Global– is currently the smartphone with the biggest battery unit, sporting a large 10,000mAh of battery capacity. It supports OTG function for reverse charge multi devices. If your friend needs power urgently, you can help her.
Oukitel specially designed an ID for K10000 Pro. It combines metal perfectly with qualified Australian calf leather, resulting a luxury, unique and honorable smartphone.
5 times tougher than normal! Oukitel K10000 Pro gains corning gorilla glass for the screen, offering great hardness to bear shocks and scratches.
K10000 Pro is the successor of K10000 released in 2015. Oukitel K10000 and K10000 Pro are still the "world's largest battery" (10,000mAh!). Great news for Nigerians who long to own one of the Oukitel devices, you can now purchase some of the Oukitel smartphones online in Nigeria through Jumia Nigeria.
The Oukitel smartphones that are also available on Jumia Nigeria includes:
With phone prices starting from as low as ₦18,000 and going all the way up to ₦70k, if you are shopping for a smartphone and you're on a budget (whether skin tight or very loose), you can be damn sure that there is an Oukitel device for you.
Here, some of their devices you can get in Nigeria today:
Oukitel U22 is the Oukitel's first smartphone that gains 4 Cameras with dual-lens on the front and back. Enjoy SLR experience both taking front scenery and selfies.
Oukitel K6000 PlusThe Oukitel K6000 Plus take a 6080mAh superb huge battery. With the fastest 12V/2A flash charger, you are able to charge the K6000 Plus' 6080mAh battery fully in extremely high speed-only 1 hour and 40 minutes. If you charge a 6080mAh battery smartphone with a 5V/2A charger, it takes about 5 hours while with a 12V/2A charger, it only needs 100 minutes.
The Oukitel K10000, is the "world's largest capacity battery smartphone," according to its manufacturer, and it has a power pack that's 270 percent larger than the DROID Turbo 2. It has a 10,000mAh battery, and it can reportedly be used as a power bank to 'reverse charge' other mobile devices.
Oukitel K10000 Pro
Back in December 2015, China-based Oukitel announced the K10000, with a massive 10,000 mAh battery that the company claimed would last up to 15 days on one charge. The K10000 Pro is named after its massive battery capacity, and is the second phone out of Oukitel's K10000 series. K10000 Pro was launched last month June and is now available for purchase on Jumia Nigeria.
The Oukitel K10000 Pro brings back the huge 10,000 mAh battery phone with an updated design.
Oukitel K4000 Plus
The Oukitel K4000 Plus is the mid-range of the "K series" family, and perhaps the best balanced device of their portfolio, (only) if you are on a "tight" budget.
It's the smallest (as far as the battery capacity is concerned) of the K Series family, with the K10000 Pro and K6000 Plus aimed at more experienced (and more demanding) users. K4000 packs a 4,100mAh battery inside, providing impressive standby/talk time results that you will surely enjoy, and has decent everyday performance, with no problems or mishaps.
Oukitel K6000 Pro that houses a 6,000 mAh of battery juice at the price of NGN48,999, Oukitel U20 Plus with fingerprint ID unlock at the price of NGN31,200, Oukitel U10 that is fueled by an Octa core processor and fingerprint ID unlock system, Oukitel U7 Pro, U11 Plus and more are available on Jumia Nigeria: Check out the Oukitel Smartphones Deal Here.
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