Oukitel: The smartphone that could last a week thanks to a 10,000mAh battery
The Chinese have a way of introducing features in gadgets that can lead the industry by storm. Oukitel, a Chinese smartphone maker, has unveiled a prototype smartphone with an insane 10,000 mAh battery.
Oukitel claims to deliver people affordable products with fine design and solid quality. The company states itself as a passionate brand targeting at a wider global market and dedicated to deliver finely designed yet wallet-friendly smart devices to consumers across continents.
According to some online buzz, it will be running using Android Lollipop 5.1, the newest build that Google is presently offering to gadget manufacturers. There’s no official confirmation from the company yet. It would be nice to at least have the option of a bulkier, longer-lasting handset.
From the rumours that have come to life over the past few months, it can be said that Oukitel’s competitors from China aka ZTE and Gionee haven’t had their R&D labs sleeping either. They might also be experimenting with bigger batteries in their upcoming gadgets.
These 10,000 mAh battery packs will definitely change the way people use their cell phones and gadgets. Smartphone users still have to settle using portable external batteries that enable them to use their gadgets longer especially during emergencies. So Oukitel’s latest venture could be a big chance not to worry about charging your smartphone in any situation.