Oukitel, the Chinese firm best known for releasing smartphones like K10000, K6000, K4000 Pro and K4000, has now released a new smartwatch called Oukitel A58. The company has also introduced a new edition of K4000 called K4000 Lite smartphone that features a very simple Max UI interface. It is aggressively marketing the smartphone as it has released couple of videos that reveals the strength of its display.
Oukitel A58 Smartwatch
The Oukitel A58 has a 1.61-inch IPS ECG rectangular shaped display that is protected by Sapphire glass. It supports a resolution of 256 x 320 pixels. Since it is an IP53 certified device, it sports a waterproof chassis. The body of the smartwatch is made of steel and it sports real leather strap that is made from first-rate calfskin from Europe.
The smartwatch is packed with various kinds of health centric features such as pedometer, heart rate sensor, sleep monitor, and sedentary reminder. Other functions include remote camera, music control and synchronization feature for phone calls and SMS, and social networking updates. It also features a loudspeaker and Bluetooth connectivity.
The Oukitel A58 is powered by MT2502C chipset that is coupled with 64 MB RAM. It has a native storage of 128 MB. It carries supports for Android 4.4 KitKat and above and iOS 7.0 or higher. It is packed with a 280 mAh battery.
The presale of the Oukitel A58 has started on GearBest with a pricing of $39.99. After the shipping date of July 11, the price of the device will be increased to $44.99. It comes in two colors like gold and silver.
Oukitel K4000 Lite
The Oukitel K4000 was launched last year with Android Lollipop OS. Unlike other Chinese smartphones, it did not feature any custom UI from the company. Oukitel’s K4000 Lite sports the same specs as K4000 but it comes with all the new Max UI that has a minimalistic approach.
The Oukitel K4000 Lite release date is currently under the wraps. However, the company has started aggressively marketing the phone before its release by releasing few videos that show the smartphone’s durability tested by hitting with hammer and using it is a hammer for making a stool. Another video shows a person driving holes on the display of the phone using a drill machine.
Source: YouTube / Oukitel