Oukitel K4000 Pro Review improved version of smartphone-hammer

Oukitel K4000 Pro Review improved version of smartphone-hammer

Oukitel K4000 Pro comes in a traditional orange box. Her we have already seen in our reviews.

On the back of the short list of specifications and regulatory information.

Oukitel K4000 Pro Review improved version of smartphone-hammer

Here are the complete set of delivery:

  • Cord MicroUSB;
  • Charger;
  • Cover;

In addition, the screen of the smartphone plant already pasted protective film.

Charger vertical type easy and does not take up much space. The manufacturer claims that it supports the fast charging technology, …

… But it’s not. As stated on the site, using this power supply, a complete cycle will last about 3 hours. So I do not understand how it could be called a “fast charging”.

Complete transparent case, it is made of soft rubber. Perfect to protect your device from falling, but air pockets had not.

Oukitel K4000 Pro: Appearance and design

Oukitel K4000 Pro – a typical modern smart phone with no frills and fresh designs.

Smartphone collapsible housing. The back cover is made of plastic coated with a matte finish and has a texture “under the skin”. Sides are made of thick metal.

In size it is a typical mid-range smartphone, but due to its considerable weight in his hand, he felt like a “survivor”. However, matte plastic and metal frames perfectly complement each other and there is a device more expensive its real price.

In addition to black there’s white, unpainted sidewalls.

Oukitel K4000 Pro Review improved version of smartphone-hammer

Below is a hole for the microphone spoken and MicroUSB port and AUX are at the top.

Volume rocker is on the right and the screen lock button – left.

Judging by the sensations, the buttons are made of metal, too, but for sure I will not attempt, maybe it’s just a good imitation. Luft keys decent pressing fuzzy and “cotton”.

Precision fitting parts in some places as poor. In the middle segment even neimenitye brands have learned a good panel fit, but this class of technology is not yet reached.

On the front side we see a front camera, earpiece, and a standard set of sensors. The proximity sensor is working correctly and locks the screen during a call. Ambient light sensor adjusts the brightness of little steps, but at an adequate level. It is worth noting that the proximity sensor constantly emits a very weak light, which may be slightly irritating.

Touch navigation buttons under the screen is rendered. The backlight is not available.

Main photo module has a modest lens and flash, consisting of one large LED.

Safety glass is slightly recessed into the body, so that scratches should be no problems.

Under the hood, we are waiting for two full space for a SIM card and a memory card slot.

Formats different SIM cards: one Mini-SIM, other Micro-SIM. “2 SIM / 1 SIM + 1 T_flash»: The following wording is interesting that on the official website available.

Like most smartphones- “long-livers», Oukitel K4000 Pro has a thick frame around the display looks like a bit of an outdated smartphone. Is that newfangled 2.5D-glass slightly corrects the situation. As for the rest, there are no surprises at the gadget there.

Oukitel K4000 Pro: Display

Oukitel K4000 Pro has a 5.0 “display with a resolution of 1280 x 720 pixels. By modern standards, it is a modest resolution for a screen diagonal, but severe discomfort it causes. Use the matrix type the IPS. The type and brand of protective glass is not mentioned by the manufacturer, but most likely, it Dragontrail.

Oukitel K4000 Pro Review improved version of smartphone-hammer

Oukitel K4000 Pro: Hardware platform and performance

Oukitel K4000 Pro running system-on-chip MediaTek MT6735R. This budget SoC with 4-core Cortex-A53 architecture and graphics accelerator Mali-T720, which operates at a lower frequency.

Gaming performance

If smartphones “normal” MT6735 not dare to call game, then what can we say about the modifications with the letter “P”, which has a GPU with a reduced rate of work. For HD-resolution, it is not the best choice. However, light-2D games will not be an obstacle to this budget chip.

Oukitel K4000 Pro: Software and firmware

Oukitel K4000 Pro runs on Android fifth version. No branded skins there.

Oukitel K4000 Pro Review improved version of smartphone-hammer

As for the rest, it is a typical Android. Because of changes it has been added to the smartphone management support gestures and utility for OTA-update.

By the stability of the I no complaints, no crashes and error during the test did not occur.

Oukitel K4000 Pro: Multimedia

Video

We’ll start with testing “omnivorous” formats.

The main thing is that YouTube is working properly here.

Sound

As one would expect in a smartphone to test RightMark Audio Analyzer failed. As is the case with BQ Wide, prevented controller which did not react to the resistance “lines” and randomly cut off contact from the headphone jack. When using headphones, such problems were found, but the sound quality in them is very low, which is typical for smartphones in this segment. In general, the situation with the sound quality of the headphones becomes frighteningly depressing. Less and less on the market becomes a smartphone with a decent audio part.

CALL speaker has a high volume and low sound quality. The earpiece has a pronounced dip in the low frequencies, but it is transmitted normally.

Oukitel K4000 Pro Review improved version of smartphone-hammer

Oukitel K4000 Pro: Wireless interfaces and communication

Oukitel K4000 Pro is capable of operating in the Wi-Fi networks on the protocols b / g / n. Supported only 2.4 GHz frequency range.

The speed of the WiFi networks are above average.

Transmission speed for LAN-network data is high.

Without the help of mobile internet and WiFi navigation system is unstable: the number of small satellites found, the connection is unstable, and the GLONASS system and the BDS in general are not supported.

Oukitel K4000 Pro: Memory

Oukitel K4000 Pro has 16 GB of on-board storage.

Of these, you will get around 12.

Oukitel K4000 Pro Review improved version of smartphone-hammer

The speed of the flash array is low.

It supports connection to a PC via the following protocols: USB, MTP and PTP. The data rate on the smartphone – 10-12 MB / s data transfer rate with the device – ~ 20 MB / s.

Oukitel K4000 Pro: Battery

Oukitel K4000 Pro has a removable battery at 4600 mAh.

Maximum charge voltage 4.35 V. verify its capacity in using the balanced zaryadchika SkyRC iMax B6.

Alas, but judging by the density of the battery here is not of the highest quality. As a rule, for Li-Pol battery we observe the density of 50 mAh / g or higher. Before nameplate capacity even at 4.35 in the battery will make it unlikely. Not surprisingly, in comparison with the previous model, the mass remains the same.

However, the results are still relatively high. Smartphone with the active use has a chance to “live” up to 2 days, and if the budget scenarios, even 4-5. If you put the smartphone charged on the table and nothing to do with him, he will stretch about 11 days.

Oukitel K4000 Pro: Camera

The camera interface is completely standard.

Oukitel K4000 Pro Review improved version of smartphone-hammer

Powered software is stable, glitches and departures were observed during the test.

Image quality

Warning: some screenshots enlarged version are the original image size, and therefore can be quite “heavy” (an average of 2-3 MB). The size and resolution of the two versions of the picture, as always, are registered in the TITLE tag IMG block; browsers usually display their tooltip.

Some sources indicate that Oukitel K4000 Pro takes pictures with a resolution of 13 megapixels. In fact, this interpolation with 8 megapixels, which is clearly stated on the site model.

For an 8 megapixel image detail is quite adequate.

Macro shots turn out well.

In poor lighting conditions the picture is too dark.

Optics poorly resists glare and artifacts.

It is perfectly evident even when the light source is relatively weak.

Because AF error, the text went absolutely unreadable.

The front camera is constantly confused with the white balance, but acceptable detail.

Oukitel K4000 Pro Review improved version of smartphone-hammer

Oukitel K4000 Pro: Comparison with competitors

We begin with the Xiaomi Redmi 3. He is good-looking, but is comparable only with the CN-version of the firmware without a Google service, and this is not everyone can come. With the normal firmware, this smartphone can cost significantly more expensive, depending on the greed of merchants.

Blackview BV5000 primarily interested in even higher capacity battery, waterproof and interesting color options. However, feedback from the models are not the most flattering, but here it is necessary to deal with the device is already on hand. In the meantime, it is the dark horse.

Doogee X5 Max Pro is even less popular device. He suspiciously light and contains very little free space on the internal storage. As is the case with the previous reviewer, not the most positive reviews. But if you want to save, you can take a version without Pro consoles.

Oukitel K4000 Pro: Conclusion

The result is a smartphone with a good autonomy, pleasant materials and increased vitality. The last check did not work, but the first two paragraphs of himself as a whole fell short.

Of course, there are some drawbacks, for example, does not understand why it was necessary to save a few cents on the LED-backlight display of events and touch buttons. But if you look at the price, then everything falls into place, and the perfect smartphone is not even very expensive.

Pros Oukitel K4000 Pro:

  • Nice housing materials;
  • The increased “vitality” of the screen and housing;
  • High rates of battery life;
  • Support for two SIM cards and memory cards.

Cons Oukitel K4000 Pro:

  • The lack of backlighting touch buttons and LED-indicator developments;
  • Poor quality video (640 x 480);
  • Uncertain of GPS-receiver work.

Source: phonearena

Oukitel K4000 Pro Review improved version of smartphone-hammer was last modified: October 18th, 2016 by Tomas Shellby