Oukitel have today sent over a Hands on video of the Oukitel K6000 pro showing off some menus on of the phone.
Checking out the video it would appear that the Oukitel K6000 Pro’s body and styling are similar to the original K6000, this time Oukitel have included a rear mounted finger print scanner.
Like the original K6000 the handset in the video does appear to be quite thick and large, possibly down to the small hands of the person using it combined with the fact the K6000 Pro like its younger brother features a 6000mAh battery.
Other notable points that help to set the newer Pro model apart from the original K6000 include the increased screen resoloution which has been bumped up from HD 720p to FHD 1080p, whilst the Quad core Mediatek MT6735 running at 1GHZ found in the original K6000 has also been upgraded to an Octa core Mediatek MT6753 running at 1.3GHZ.
If you like the idea of a phone with battery life that could see 2 or more days between charges but want even more processing power to make use of the onboard 6000mAh battery, a third option will also be made available, the Oukitel K6000 Premium which will come with 2k screen but more impressive will be the Deca core Mediatek MT6797 running at 2.5GHZ.
I am currently testing the original Oukitel K6000, the review for this should be finished in the next couple of days.
If Oukitel can get the rom right on either the Pro or the Premium versions of the K6000 running as smoothly as they have on the original K6000 and keep the battery life half decent this phone should attract a lot of buyers.
Check out the Hands on video of the Oukitel K6000 pro and leave questions or comments below