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As users are paying more and more attention on smartphone batteries, many manufacturers are jumping into this field to produce large battery mobile phones for long lasting demand. OUKITEL, a Chinese passionate manufacturer has been doing quite good with its “K” series smartphones. However, this time they are turning their eyes on another important point for big battery smartphones-charge a big battery in shorter and shorter time.
For quick charging, we already got 5V/2A and 9V/2A chargers on sale in the market, now we have the 12V/2A charger which was said to be able to fully charge 6080mAh battery in just 100min! Can it really succeed? Here we have got a video to charge the same model K6000 Plus by 5V/2A, 9V/2A and 12V/2A charger.
From the video, we can see that the 12V/2A charger is obviously twice faster than the 5V/2A charger. The 9V/2A charger is also quite fast, but not as fast as 12V/2A charger. As the final result shows, after 1 hour and 39 minutes, the K6000 Plus charged by 12V/2A charger is already showing 100%, while the K6000 Plus charged by 5V/2A is still 47% and 9V/2A charger is 90%.
As the video only shows the percentage every 20 minutes, the following charging graph will show you directly the charging curve lines by 12V/2A, 9V/2A and 5V/2A charger.
The following photo you can see the charging time of K6000 Plus:
Except for the 6080mAh battery and the fastest charging speed 12V/2A charger, OUKITEL K6000 Plus is also highlighting by other features. It gets MT6750T Octa-core 1.5Ghz Cortex A53 processor with 4GB RAM and 64GB ROM for powerful performance. The expandable memory can even read 2TB hard disks as it supports OTG function and reverse charge. The cameras are 16MP OV camera with PDAF tech and 8MP front facing camera with 80°wide angle. OUKITEL K6000 Plus is designed to be a 5.5 inch smartphone with FHD AUO display and aluminum alloy battery cover. This time it moves the fingerprint on the front home button. The front fingerprint is not just a fingerprint scanner, but also a button that can be pressed to return home at any interface.