|Display||5.5 inches Full HD (1920 x 1080p) LCD IPS|
|Processor||MTK6750T octa core @ 1.5GHz & 1.0GHz|
|Graphics chip||ARM Mali-T860 MP2 @ 650 MHz|
|Random access memory||3GB LPDDR3|
|Internal memory||32GB eMMC 5.1 (SD card up to 64GB)|
|Main camera||13MP with f / 2.2 aperture|
|Battery pack||10,000mAh with 12V / 2A quick charge|
|Connectivity||LTE Band 1/3/7/8/20 , Micro-USB,
Dual Band WLAN, GPS & GLONASS
|Features||Fingerprint sensor, Hybrid SIM, BT 4.2, Headphone jack|
|Operating system||Android 7.0 nougat, security patch May 2017|
|Dimensions||16.17 x 7.78 x 1.4cm / 294g|
With superlatives this is always such a thing. Many manufacturers tell about their product that it is the greatest / most beautiful / best, and many particulars are to be enjoyed with caution. A comparable battery as here but you can find so nowhere else. With the K6000 Pro (here our test), Oukitel already has a model with an above-average battery in its assortment, but the K10000 Pro puts it another time.
Compared to the K10000 (without “Pro”), which appeared early last year and in many points still a little weak on the chest, was properly screwed to the hardware. Instead of 2, there is now 3GB of memory, and the internal memory has doubled to 32GB. The processor is now an MTK6750T with 4 x 1.0 and 4 x 1.5GHz clock frequency, and Android 7.0 is preinstalled as standard. A full-HD display rounds off the package (the predecessor still had to get along with 720p). None of the values is revolutionary in any form, but satisfies the current minimum requirements for a mid-class smartphone.
A last addition to the battery: This does not support any of the quick charge standards Quickcharge or Pump Express, but should be fully charged with the 12V / 2A adapter included in 2 1/2 hours. With a conventional charger, however, one should wait for several hours of waiting.
Design and processing
If you are looking for a stylish and slim smartphone, here is definitely at the wrong address. A battery of this size needs space, and with almost 300g of weight, the Oukitel K10000 Pro beats even heavy outdoor smartphones. The thickness of 1.4cm is also a peak. Nevertheless, the smartphone is not unpleasant in the hand, which surprised me quite. The synthetic leather back is handy and not prone to fingerprints. The metal corners could be a bit rounded – so the bottom right unpleasant in my hand.
It also looks more like an outdoor mobile phone: many edges, several layers of metal, plastic and artificial leather as well as visible screws make the appearance of the K10000 Pro. Functionality goes here just about beauty, even if one or the other the look surely something can win. Overall, the design is reminiscent of Vertu’s luxury smartphones, which have an equally exaggerated ‘noble look’. There are no physical buttons on the front, but instead there are three sensor buttons below the display. The two available physical buttons (volume rocker & power button) can be found on the right, have a good pressure point, but are unfortunately somewhat wobbly.
As with all Okitel smartphones, LTE band 20 is supported and there are therefore no restrictions on the mobile Internet. An 802.11 WiFi module is of course installed, as well as Bluetooth Bluetooth 4.2 and GPS and GLONASS are supported.
The fingerprint sensor is placed in the middle of the back and only slowly reigned at some point, and could not be activated. This can of course be an individual case, but we have not yet happened to any test device. As a connection one has unfortunately decided for the proven Micro-USB and not for the newer type-C.
If you do not have enough battery monsters like the Ulefone Power 2 or the K6000 Pro from Oukitel, the K10000 Pro should keep in mind.