In October, OUKITEL released the world’s first entry-level, full-screen device, the Oukitel C8, and it has been a hot-seller since. However, the C8 doesn’t support 4G networks, limiting the user experience for some of its users. For that reason, the company is ready to bring to the market an upgraded version with LTE support, the Oukitel C8 4G.
As it name suggests, it is a 4G smartphone and follows the design of C8. It sports a 5.5″ HD display with 18:9 aspect ratio to provide a better grip with one hand. Also, it features the latest popular glossy design on the back, with 5 colors available.
Unlike the C8 that featured the dated MT6580A SoC, the C8 4G will run on MT6737 quad-core SoC along with 2GB of RAM and 16GB of internal storage (expandable via microSD up to 64GB more). Of course, Oukitel C8 4G will still run on Android 7 OS. Based on these specs, its retail price will be just $89.99. Presale is planned to start during the “11.11” shopping festival and will surely offer astonishing wallet-friendly price which will be lowest among its level. To know more about C8 4G, visit Oukitel’s official website.