Battery Test: Oukitel K10000 Max vs iPad Mini 4 vs iPhone 7 Plus

Oukitel K10000 Max vs iPad Mini 4 vs iPhone 7 Plus

Oukitel is gearing up to launch the Oukitel K10000 Max next week, but at the moment, the device has been compared to iPad Mini 4 and iPhone 7 Plus to prove the worth of its battery.

A similar comparison has been done between the new Oukitel K3 and iPhone 7 Plus, and Oukitel K3 and Sony Xperia XZ Premium, where the K3 come out on top in both comparisons.

In this test, the display brightness and volume of the three smartphones were set to maximum so that they will be on even playing ground.

The three devices were used for video chat with WeChat for one hour. After that, they were used of 1 hour of full HD video recording, then followed by full HD of online cartoon streaming.

The Result

The iPhone 7 Plus managed to survive the WeChat video chat and the full HD video recording but switched of after about 50 minutes of full HD online video streaming.

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On the other hand, the iPad Mini 4 also went through the first two test without much hiccups but switched off as well due to empty battery after about 1 hour and 4 minutes of video playback.

Coming to the Oukitel K10000 Max, after the one hour of WeChat video chat, the K10000 Max still had 99% of its battery standing, and 87 percent of battery life after the second test of one hour of full HD video recording. At the time the iPhone 7 Plus and the iPad Mini 4 switched off, the K10000 Max still had a whooping 77 percent of the battery standing.

Of course the Oukitel K10000 Max has a huge battery compared to the two Apple phones used in the test. It is not entirely surprising to see that is performed better than the two. The test was simply to emphasize what the Oukitel K10000 Max’s battery can do for you.

You can watch the test in the video below.

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If you are a light smartphone user, the Oukitel K10000 Max can serve you for about one week before needing to charge it again. The smartphone is also equipped with 9V/2A fast charge to enable you charge the 10,000 mAh battery very fast.

The smartphone is IP68 certified for water and dust resistance.

On the inside, the K10000 Max is equipped with 3 GB RAM and 32 GB storage (expandable with SD card), and it is powered by 64-bit octa-core MediaTek MT6753 System-on-Chip (SoC). You can see full specifications of the device here.

The Oukitel K10000 Max is expected to be available for purchase next week and will sell for about $259.99 when available.

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