While you may be thinking about buying a new battery pack to keep your smartphone alive and kicking throughout the day, a Chinese phonemaker is set to launch a new smartphone with an internal battery power of 10,000 mAh.
The new phone, named the Oukitel K10000, could be a revolutionary device once launched, with a life span of up to four days in normal usage, compared to one or one and a half days for existing high-end smartphones. New flagship models contain batteries that range between 3,000 and 4,000 mAh capacities.
Gadgets website Neowin have recently grabbed hold of a few images of the new Chinese wonder-phone, which reveal an interesting futuristic design apart from the mammoth battery. Neowin also claim that the Oukitel K10000 has a 5.5 inch display with a 720p resolution and will run on the latest Android 5.1 Lollipop operating system. The processor will be a MediaTek MT6735 SoC (supporting worldwide LTE), and a 2GB RAM will support an internal storage of 16GB. The primary and front cameras have resolutions of 13MP and 5MP respectively, which suggest there is a very decent phone out there with an everlasting battery.
Oukitel are yet to reveal any updates on the pricing and availability of the phone in China or in other countries. However, given that the brand isn't very well-known, there is a big question mark over whether the K10000 will ever reach the shores of UK.
Images: Coutesy Neowin