In early October, Oukitel leaked that they are releasing the world’s first 8000mAh battery smartphone, Oukitel K8000. As they said, they are devoted to making it the most durable battery smartphone by supporting longest using time. In the video below, you can see a battery power consumption comparison among the K8000, the world’s largest battery smartphone K10000 Pro, the popular Xiaomi Mix 2 and iPhone 7 Plus.
In the video, the 4 devices were tested under the most power consuming ways, both in brightness maximum volume.
|Mobile Model||Total using time (until power off)||Power consumption items|
|Video recording||Downloaded video playing||Online Music playing||Online film playing|
|iPhone 7 Plus||3 hours 33 min||1 hour||1.5 hours||1 hour 3 min||0 minutes|
|XIAOMI MIX 2||3 hours 53 min||1 hour||1.5 hours||1 hour 3 min||20 minutes|
|OUKITEL K10000 PRO||12 hours 52 min||1 hour||1.5 hours||1 hour 3 min||9hours 19 min|
|OUKITEL K8000||17 hours 22 min||1 hour||1.5 hours||1 hour 3 min||13hour 49 min|
As you can see, the iPhone 7 Plus powered off first after totally 3.33 hours. At this time, Xiaomi Mix 2 has 13% power left, K10000 Pro has 71% power left, while the K8000 still has 79% power left. Xiaomi Mix 2 powered off after totally 3.53 hours of function. By this time, K10000 Pro still has 67% power and the K8000 has 77% power left. When K10000 Pro turns off, K8000 still has 38% power left.
K8000 has got an 8000mAh battery, but it lasts longer than the 10000mAh battery K10000 Pro. It can last longer not only because of the 8000mAh 10.5mm high-density Coslight battery but also due to the power saving processor and display. It adopts MT6750T octa-core SoC which is delicately optimized. It runs on the self-luminous Samsung AMOLED display that displays up to 96% color saturation and only consumes power when it shows colors which means it won’t consume any power when the display is in black.
Oukitel K8000 is coming by end of November or early December. For more information on the company visit their official website.