Everything in this device is perfect. But the weight and dimensions have been affected a little. The phone comes with dimensions of 167.4*78.5*13.5mm and weighs 283.5 grams. Heavy? Yes, but let’s find out why it is so big.
The selling point of the Oukitel K10 is the 11.00mAh battery. It provides up to 3 days of standby time. But what’s more interesting it supports OTG Reverse Charge, which means the phone can serve as a power bank. Such a large capacity battery also will charge too long. To reduce the charging time the manufacturer made it support 5V/5A fast charging option via the USB Type-C port. So it will fully charge in 2.5 hours only. Moreover, 5 minutes of charging will provide 2.5 hours of talk time.
The next selling point is the 6-inch Full HD screen supplied by AUO. It has an aspect ratio of 18:9 and uses an In-cell technology. Of course, it supports a multi-touch of 5 points. Well, this is a trendy feature and it should be there to make a tough competition to other models.
The Oukitel K10 is great in terms of hardware as well. It is packed with an Helio P23 octa-core processor clocked at 2.0GHz. It can be found on the Oppo F5 and Elephone U. This is not an astonishing processor, but it provides a stable and smooth performance. Plus, the phone comes with a 6GB of RAM and 64GB of native storage.
Now let’s talk about the third selling point of the phone. The Oukitel K10 is a quad-camera handset. The front shooter uses 13MP+8MP sensors combination. The small lens is there to provide that much-beloved background blurring effect. But this camera also provides a facial recognition feature. Although, there is also a fingerprint scanner if you prefer using this option. On the back, the handset carries a 21MP + 8MP dual-camera. At last, the Oukitel K10 comes with an NFC chip. So you can use it for non-contact payments.