Oukitel could break the internet with a 10,000mAh Smartphone


In the last few months , we’ve witnessed the launch of Smartphones with humongous battery capacity. Infinix Hot Note came with 4000mAh Battery , THL T5000T launched with 5000mAh. Gionee Responded by launching Marathon M5 with 6020mAh battery , the largest so far.

When we think we’ve seen it all , a Chinese phone manufacturer could break the internet by launching a smartphone with a whooping 10,000mAh Battery. Chinese OEM , Oukitel , is rumored to be working on a smartphone that will be powered by a 10,000mAh battery. Pictures of the prototype Smartphone was uploaded to imgur , have a look :


As it’s pretty evident in the images above , the smartphone is pretty thick, which proves that it bundles a chunky battery underneath the hood. It will be interesting to see how Oukitel plans to handle the problem of large amounts of heat being generated by the battery and affecting the other components.

While we’re all getting Excited , do keep in mind that this is just a speculation and nothing is the 100% sure until we get an official statement from the company.

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  1. Wow i never knew about such a company,if they can pulll this stunt, then they will be doing a lot of good

  2. So it is Gionee that currently holds the phone with largest battery capacity.Wow. How wold Oukitel do this, hope the phone won’t be very big

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