Oukitel has confirmed that it is working on a new smartphone that will be launched as Oukitel K7000. It speculated to arrive the slimmest ever smartphone. Moreover, it will be housing a massive battery.

Most smartphones that come with slim-sized chassis often feature small-sized batteries. However, Oukitel has confirmed to International Business Times that it is going to debunk this norm by launching a smartphone that will be arriving with an ultra-thin chassis of 4 mm and the smartphone will be housing a huge battery of 7,000 mAh capacity.

The K7000 smartphone will be housing an HD resolution screen of 5 inches. It will come preinstalled with Android 6.0 Marshmallow OS. It will be sporting a metal design and it is expected to appear similar to an iPhone.

Like other Chinese smartphone brands, Oukitel is making efforts to become a popular brand across the world by launching attractive smartphones. The company has been releasing K series smartphones with huge batteries. The Oukitel K10000 smartphone includes a massive battery of 10,000 mAh capacity.

The K6000 came with a battery of 6,000 mAh capacity. The K4000, K4000 Lite and K4000 are all packed with 4,000 mAh batteries. All the previous Oukitel smartphones came with thicker chassis, but now the Oukitel 7,000 mAh will be sporting a super slim design. The company aims to release it in July.

Recently, the company had released several videos that revealed the strength of the screen present on the upcoming Oukitel K4000 Lite. The videos show the durability of the screen by hitting it with hammer and using the phone as a hammer for making a stool.

The Chinese firm has also released a new Oukitel A58 smartwatch that features a 1.61-inch screen that offers a resolution of 256 x 320 pixels. It wears an IP53 certified stainless steel chassis along with a leather strap. It offers wide range of health-centric features like sleep monitor, calorie count, heart rate sensor, pedometer and more.