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Review Oukitel K4000 Plus Smartphone Spec, Price and Test

Written by Millo

Review Oukitel K4000 Plus Smartphone Spec, Price and Test

The company Oukitel is on the smartphone market relatively recently, however, it has already managed to release a couple of decent devices. As a rule, the popularity of such phones is attached to a large amount of battery. This can already be regarded as a piece of the brand. It is worth noting that gadgets are not only successful online, but also sold well in stores throughout Russia, so they are worthy of a detailed review. Today we will present to your attention the next child of the brand Oukitel from the line “K” – Oukitel K4000 Plus. This year, this company has already pleased users with a novelty ( K6000 Plus ), about which we have already written our review. In this series there are already smartphones Oukitel K4000 and Oukitel K4000 Pro. That’s the time for the “Plus version.” We will describe in detail the phone, its properties and appearance, as well as make a comparison with similar devices in the market.

Oukitel K4000 Plus design and specifications

Oukewel K4000 appearance

The design does not set off anything at all – a standard modern budget solution. The smartphone is made of plastic, but it is surrounded by a metal frame, which makes the phone a little thicker than we used to. The battery is removable. There are two slots for Micro-SIM cards. On the front panel everything is standard: a display, a front camera, a talking speaker, proximity and light sensors, as well as a mechanical “home” button, in which a fingerprint scanner is built-in. Plastic back cover with cutouts for main camera and flash. In general, the phone is perfectly in the hand due to the optimal for this size, nicely rounded edges and a good coverage. The manufacturer stated about three different colors of the phone: black, gold and white.

Oukitel K4000 specifications

  • Processor: MediaTek 6737 with four cores ARM Cortex-A53 (clock frequency up to 1.3GHz)
  • Video: Dual-core Mali-T720
  • RAM: 2GB
  • Memory: 16GB
  • System: Oukitel OS 1.0 based on Android Marshmellow
  • Display: IPS 5 inches, 720×1280 pixels
  • Camera: GalaxyCore GC8024 8MP, f / 2.8
  • SelfMix Camera: GalaxyCore GC2365 2MP
  • Battery: 4100mAh

The phone is based on the MediaTek 6737 chipset, a processor that has already proven itself in a wide variety of budget devices. It’s not surprising: this system on the chip is almost the most affordable version with support for 4G, which is important for budget smartphones. Also, the performance will support the video chip ARM Mali-T720 and 2GB of RAM. The result, of course, is weak, but for a similar budget, usually a lot is not required. A feature of the smartphone is the operating system – Oukitel OS 1.0. The company’s corporate shell, which is based on the sixth android. The manufacturer is trying to optimize the system for the maximum amount of battery, which is the main chip of the Oukitel devices. Nenarokom recalls another Chinese brand with its proprietary shell – Xiaomi, but, honestly, Oukitel is still far from a more powerful competitor. Memory – 16GB internal and 2GB operative. A standard bundle of state employees. Display 5-inch with the technology of production of IPS and glass “Asahi Dragontrail Glass”. Cameras leave much to be desired: the basic 8-megapixel sensor does not show excellent pictures, however, there is a software interpolation function that visually improves the image quality. The same is true for the front camera – 5-megapixel interpolation, but in reality there are only 2MP. The battery capacity is not bad, the gadget confirms its name – 4100 mAh. The manufacturer announced more than 20 hours of active use and 200

hours of standby time.

Oukitel K4000 Plus and manufacturer’s portfolio

In addition to the released “Plus” version, there are several more similar phones: the Oukitel K4000 and the Oukitel K4000 Pro, as well as the Oukitel K6000 Plus released this year. Differences are poorly discernible. The processors for all the above mentioned devices are similar in performance – quad-core MediaTek MT6737 and MediaTek6735P. The older version – K6000 Plus, which has an eight-core MediaTek6750T and 4GB of RAM vs. 2GB in other versions is slightly different. In addition, this version boasts a 5.5-inch display, in comparison with 5-inch in other gadgets. The same goes for the cameras – the K6000 Plus is distinguished by a good 16-megapixel main sensor, while the other versions reach only 13MP, and then with the help of software processing. Well, the capacity of the batteries, of course, correspond to the names. Oukitel K4000 and Oukitel K4000 Pro, you can buy for ~ $90 and $85.

Oukitel K4000 Plus comparison with the market

Oukitel K4000 Plus

Vertex Impress Lion 4G

Doogee X5 Max Pro

CPU: MediaTek MT6737 MediaTek MT6737 MediaTek MT6737
GPU: Mali-T720 MP2 Mali-T720 MP2 Mali-T720 MP2
RAM: 2 GB 1 GB 2 GB
Memory: 16 GB 8 GB 16 GB
System: Android Marshmellow (Oukitel OS 1.0) Android Nougat Android Marshmellow
Screen: IPS 5 “, 720×1280 pixels IPS 5 “, 720×1280 pixels IPS 5 “, 720×1280 pixels
Camera: 8MP 8MP 5MP
Selfie Camera: 2MP 2MP 5MP
Battery: 4100mAh 4400mAh 4000mAh

In this comparison, we tried to find the most similar budget devices. In terms of appearance, the Doogee smartphone is wider, taller and a bit thinner than competitors, however, Oakkin is heavier than the rest. Nevertheless, minor differences in size did not affect the display parameters: all devices have the same diagonal and production technology. As you can note, the performance of the compared ones is approximately on the same level. Vertex’s smartphone with 1GB of RAM drops out of the general symmetry, its performance will be slightly lower. Oakquitel stood out with its own shell system, but it can not be interpreted as a plus or minus, rather an interesting chip. The cameras are equally bad and all: 8-megapixel sensors from Oukeweler and Vertex versus 5MP at Arc. There are good indicators of battery capacity: 4100mAh for the review hero against 4400mAh for Vertex and 4000mAh for Doogee. Based on all the data, we can say that in this budget category there is a serious competition, and as we see, there are simply no global differences in prices. The choice is yours.

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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.