Oukitel K6000 Plus: Batteria mostruosa e super prezzo grazie a GearBest

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Oukitel K6000 Plus: Batteria mostruosa e super prezzo grazie a GearBest

All'interno della confezione troverete lo Smartphone disponibile in Nero oppure in Oro, cover protettiva, pellicola di protezione del display, cavo OTG per il collegamento di accessori USB, manuali guida, caricatore, cavo USB e Pin per estrarre il vano Sim.

Andando più nel dettaglio del dispositivo, ricordiamo che OUKITEL K6000 Plus dispone di un pannello da 5,5 pollici con una risoluzione pari a 1920 x 1080 pixel. Potete apprezzare entrambe le tinte nella nostra gallery.

Lo smartphone incorpora un processore octa-core MediaTek MT6750T (4 core ARM Cortex-A53 da 1.5GHz + 4 core ARM Cortex-A53 da 1GHz), con grafica Mali-T860, 4GB di RAM e 64GB di storage espandibile fino a 512GB con uno slot per schede microSD o fino a 2TB collegando un hard disk esterno. Fotocamera posteriore da 16 MP e anteriore da 8 MP ben gestite dal sistema operativo Android 7.0 Nougat.

Gearbest presenta un'offerta interessante: un dispositivo performante come il K6000 Plus, dotato - tra l'altro - di una batteria da ben 6.080 mAh, è acquistabile a circa 155 euro per un periodo di tempo limitato.

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