Watch OUKITEL K4000 hands-on video
for the K4000 series, K4000 plus is getting better both in design and user operation experience
among the smartphones around $100.
Today we have got the first hands on video of K4000 plus, showing the design and basic
OUKITEL K4000 plus features a 5 inch 2.5D HD display with 1280×720 resolution. The Touch
screen and LCD are combined together by full lamination tech to make the device thinner as well
as enhancing the transparency of glass to display images on LCD brighter and sharp. 5 points
multi-touch will enable playing games more excellent. K4000 plus adopts CNC crafted zinc alloy
for frame and poly-carbonated material for the battery cover, offering soft and concrete hand
On the front lays a front press fingerprint sensor which can work not only for unlock device, but
also as a button to return to previous interface by slight tap, or return to home page by single
press, or check recent apps by long press.
In hardware, K4000 plus will get 2GB RAM and 16GB ROM with 4100mAh battery. It will be
powered by MediaTek MT6737 Quad-core chipset. In software, it also offers one tap speed up,
power saving mode.
If you check the power consumption rate of different items, you may find that the screen costs
more power than any other process like wifi, music, web, etc. K4000 plus will specially optimize
the screen power consumption. With a large 4100mAh battery, but low power consumption on a
5 inch HD screen, K4000 Plus will last even longer than normal a 5.5 inch smartphone with
6000mAh battery. According to OUKITEL, K4000 Plus will go to market by next week, users can
get this K4000 plus quite soon.
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