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Now 8 Reasons to Buy Oukitel K5000 for $149

Written by Millo

Now 8 Reasons to Buy Oukitel K5000 for $149

The smartphone Oukitel K5000 will officially be available on pre-order already on October 24, 2017. In combination with a large 5.7-inch screen and a slim body, the K5000 looks quite attractive. During the pre-sale, the K5000 will cost only $ 149.99, instead of the original price of $ 169.99. Before you decide to purchase the K5000, you need to know some key things about this machine. Here are 8 reasons why you need to purchase this device, see for yourself.

  1. Large 5.7 inch display with an aspect ratio of 18: 9. With such a screen diagonal, its body is smaller than that of traditional 5.5-inch smartphones. Today it is difficult to find a smartphone with a large display, but a compact body and Oukitel engineers understand this.
  2. Resolution HD + 1440 × 720p: picture is normal, but the screen does not consume too much power, like 2K and QHD panels.
  3. 21-megapixel Samsung camera in front and 16-megapixel rear camera Sony IMX135.
  4. Battery for 5000 mAh high density. With the Oukitel K5000 you do not have to worry about your battery.
  5. Memory: 4/64 GB, with the ability to expand to 128 GB. RAM of 4 GB can store up to 50 applications in memory.
  6. Quick charging 9V / 2A and a modern USB Type-C port will save you time charging.
  7. There is a fingerprint scanner on the back edge.
  8. The K5000 has a 2.5D curved front face design and a back side with a 3D bend. Simple lines in every corner show his elegance and beauty.

Oukitel K5000 Video


Oukitel K5000 has 3 colors: brilliant blue, black and golden. The pre-order opens on October 24 and lasts until October 31st. During pre-sales, the K5000 costs only $149.99. In addition, to celebrate the pre-sale of the K5000, Oukitel spends several drawings on Twitter and Vk. To find out more about the K5000, visit the manufacturer’s website .

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Millo

When he isn't enjoying the beautiful Australian outdoors, you can find Millo on business and tech sites, writing about the latest news, analyzing trends, and generally making the Internet a more interesting place.