9899 [for publicity] pre-orders Open for Oukitel K4000 Plus with durable screen
[for publicity] pre-orders Open for Oukitel K4000 Plus with durable screen

[for publicity] pre-orders Open for Oukitel K4000 Plus with durable screen

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Oukitel announced the pre-order for a new smartphone K-series — new model K4000 Plus with a powerful battery and damage-resistant 5-inch screen and built-in data security system.

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Открыт предзаказ на Oukitel K4000 Plus с прочным экраном

Oukitel announced the pre-order for a new smartphone K-series — new model K4000 Plus with a powerful battery and damage-resistant 5-inch screen and built-in data security system. The front panel of the gadget protects the glass from Asahi Glass, which is three times the hardening process for maximum durability. In a new video he was subjected to serious tests:

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Using Oukitel K4000 Plus chopped nuts and hammered nails, sharp knife also has not left any scratches on the glass. Under it is the touch layer and LCD panel, which is made in the form of a single module with no air gap, which allowed to increase the brightness and reduce the thickness of the smartphone. Rather, to make more space for the battery, whose capacity is 4100 mAh. Oukitel uses quality batteries SCUD from passing a safety check before dispatch.

Oukitel K4000 Plus features a 5-inch HD display, Quad-core MediaTek processor MT6737, 2 GB RAM and flash drive 16 GB. There is also a slot for memory cards format microSD. Rear camera 8-megapixel front module 5 megapixel. As for autonomy, the battery provides up to 21 hours of talks and up to 200 hours in standby or 27 hours of music. Frame chassis metal.

The smartphone is available in white, black and gold colours. On presale, which runs from 16 to 22 may, Oukitel K4000 Plus you can buy for just $89.99 instead of the standard $109.99. The novelty has already available for order on dx.com.

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