OUKITEL K12 VS Xiaomi Redmi Note 7 VS iPhone XS Battery Consumption Test
The recent released OUKITEL K12 has been expected by millions of users. The K12 features a 6.3-inch FHD+ waterdrop display, 6GB RAM+64GB ROM, 10000mAh battery and Sony 16MP camera. With huge 10000mAh battery, the K12 supports super long time endurance. So how does it behave comparing to other phones?
Comparing to the previous generation K10, OUKITEL K12 gets a bigger 6.3-inch display, but with similar 10000mAh battery. However, if you think a bigger display means faster consumption rate and less supporting time, you are wrong. Carrying the latest MediaTek Helio P35 Soc and Android 9 Pie OS, the K12 manages to slow down the power consumption rate and make it last longer than previous generations. By standard environment, K12 could support:
- Standby: 31 days (with SIM card inserted);
- Watch videos: 14.5 hours (brightest display, maximum volume);
- Music: 54 hours (off screen, maximum volume);
- Phone call: 51 hours (off-screen phone call).
- Game: 11 hours (brightest display, maximum volume)
The above data are based on lab environment testing. But for some users, the smartphone may be working all day for more than 8 hours of standard work time by different tasks. In this kind of heavy using, the 3000mAh or 4000mAh are not enough unless you take an unwieldy power bank with you for power recovery. With the K12, no worry at all.
OUKITEL chooses two branded smartphones with similar display size but different battery capacity to compare with the OUKITEL K12: Xiaomi Redmi Note 7 with a 6.3-inch display and 4000mAh battery, iPhone XS with a 5.8-inch display and 2658mAh battery. The test consists of 4 items, each item last for 1 hour. They are Online video playing, Video recording, Online music(bright display), and Online voice call(bright display). With the brightest display and largest volume, the battery is consumed at the highest speed.
|OUKITEL K12||Xiaomi Redmi Note 7||iPhone XS|
|Display size||6.3inch||6.3 inch||5.8 inch|
|Final % of Power Left||69%||37%||10%|
After 4 hours of continuous outputting of battery power, K12 still has 69% power left, Redmi note 7 has 37% power left and iPhone XS just have 10% power left. This means that for a whole day(8hours work time) continuous using, K12 will support with no pressure, Redmi Note 7 need to be charged in the afternoon, and iPhone XS need to be charged during launch time. Larger battery capacity ensures longer using time, if you frequently play your mobile phone to watch short videos, play games, surfing on social networks, making phone calls, etc, it would be better to own a huge battery smartphone like K12. What’s more, the K12 will take a standard 5V/6A quick charger out of the box, providing high-speed power recovery.
Besides the 10000mAh battery, the OUKITEL K12 features a 6.3-inch FHD+ display, 6GB RAM and 64GB ROM with 128GB expansion, Sony 16MP camera, and 8MP front camera. It supports both 2.4G and 5G wifi with 21 global bands. It allows you to take the K12 to any country which you want to travel to. OUKITEl K12 is going to market by early June and go to OUKITEL Official website this week. Guess the price?