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Oukitel K6000 Pro is another choice in my top android phone ranging from US$100 to US$200. Just mentioning, the name “6000” reminded me of the previous ruler of the mobile world Nokia. Honestly, I’m a big fan of Nokia until now. From what I remembered Nokia came into my life with the 3310, in my country we called it “Tiga Tiga Sepuluh” means Three Three Ten, and then the 8250 we called it “Nokia Butterfly”, and later the 7610 we called it “Nokia Daun” or Nokia Leaf, because it shaped like leaf and lastly the ultimate gamer phone the N-Gage.
Big in Everything
Unlike Vernee Thor, the Oukitel K6000 Pro is huge, at least for me. It has the size almost as the same as Leagoo M8. Unlike M8 from Leagoo, the K6000 Pro comes with more power and higher price. First up is the display, the phone comes with a 5.5-inch 2.5D display. The best thing is it comes with 1080*1920 display, vertically speaking, horizontally it’s full high definition. Another thing that I like about the display is it comes with Dragontail 2 Glass protection, I like the Dragontail name.
When the size gets big, especially the screen size which consume most of the electrical power, the battery also should get big. Well Oukitel K6000 Pro did come with large SCUD 6000mAh lithium polymer battery, on the second thought, the “6000” name probably generated from the battery size. It can be quickly charged with MTK Pump Express Flash Charging.
Oukitel K6000 Pro comes with an OTG reverse charge, just like the no “Pro” K6000. If you did not know, reverse charge means it can be a power bank that able to charge other devices. It can be reserve charged up to seven devices at once. SO if you have another phone or your friend’s phone that almost dies, use the K6000s to charge it, or them.
The Oukitel K6000 Pro has a multiple of build-id gesture function. My favorite is screenshot gesture where all you have to do is swipe down the screen with three fingers. It also has other off-screen gesture like by swiping up your finger to unlock the screen and swiping down to open the camera. There are also a bunch of others by drawing symbols like “C” to the telephony app, “e” for the browser, “o” for youtube, “z” for clock and so many of others.
The K6000 Pro, did you notice the word Pro there?, is an upgrade from the previous K6000, in terms of memory and storage. It comes with 3GB memory and 32GB storage and can be extended up to 32GB with TF card. The processor is an octa-core MTK6753 from MediaTek and the graphic uses Mali-T720. It also comes with 4G LTE and fingerprint scanner located at the back of the device. The rear camera is 13MP but can be interpolated to 16MP and the front camera is 5MP which can be upsized to 8MP.
The Oukitel comes with 64-bit Android 6.0 Marshmallow. As I said before, the K6000 Pro comes with much pre-set off-screen gestures, which a nice addition to the software components. This model is actually supported OTA update, which means that it does getting updates. About getting to Nougat, I have no idea just yet. Oukitel also provides a community forum to discuss its products.
At The End
Well, this phone comes second in my top 3 Android phone price between US$100 to US$200 for a particular reason, which is its metal body. When you hold it, it feels so tough and I know it’s tough since it has IP64 certification. Some users have complaints against Oukitel about the lacks of OTA update for its phone, but not this one. One problem, though, the size is too big.
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