Everyone who wants to stay up to date with the latest technology has to think about the investment they’re making, and sometimes paying more than $700 for a smartphone that you will most likely want to upgrade in less than a year is not very appealing. Which is saving is a good idea when it comes to investing in technology, and the Oukitel festival offers just that opportunity.
Oukitel is a rather cheap, Chinese brand who’s selling smartphones and smart watch for a fraction of the price you would pay for mainstream devices like Apple, Samsung or LG ones. If you’re one of those people who likes keeping up with tech and experimenting with devices, the Oukitel festival is a good place to start.
The Oukitel festival will kick off the massive sales on August 19 at 8:00 GMT, so you still have some time to plan your shopping list and scroll through the savings list that Everbuying is hosting. During this campaign, you can get your hands on awesome flagship Oukitel smartphones and wearables.
To be more specific, you can buy the Oukitel A28 smart watch for only $50 (remember to use the coupon codes on your purchase once you’ve gone through the ckecing process), There is al imited number of devices available, and the sale lasts until August 26, so be sure to get your order in as early as possible.
The cheap Oukitel smart watch is rather feature-filled and its design revolves around the minimalistic language that has been so popular in the industry. It comes with a 1.54-inch touch display, a Mediatek CPU, 128 MB RAM, 32 MB storage with a microSD slot for expansion, fitness tracking features, Bluetooth, notifications feed, water resistant chassis and a 250 mAh battery,
When it comes to smartphones, the Oukitel festival has three representatives on board, namely the Oukitel U2 ($88 unlocked), the Oukitel U8 ($110 unlocked) and the Oukitel U10 ($150), The cheapest option comes with a frame, dual 2.5D glass 5-inch display with a 960*540 resolution, Mediatek MTK6735 CPU backed by 1 GB RAM and 8 GB expandable storage, 5 MP cameras on the front and back and a 2050 mAh battery. Those specs put the Oukitel U8 in the entry-level category, at the cheaper end of the spectrum.
The mid-ranger in the Oukitel Festival is the U8, which comes with a few extra software features like tap to unlock, a Mediatek MTK6735 CPU, 4 G LTE, 2 GB RAM, 16 GB ROM, Android 5.1, 5.5 inch 720*1280 resolution display, 13 MP front camera completed by a 5 MP shooter on the front, a fingerprint sensor and a 2850 mAh battery. The battery life and camera on this mid-ranger should be good enough to be a steal for the $110 price that Everbuying has it on right now.
The last item, and the flagship of the bunch, is the Oukitel U10, which is outfitted with more processing power and a better design that resembles a blend between the Galaxy S6 and iPhone 6 Plus. It comes with a Mediatek MT6753 CPU, 3 GB RAM, 16 GB internal storage, fingerprint sensor, touch to unlock, 5.5 inch FHD display (very close to the iPhone 6 Plus display), 13 MP camera on the rear, 5 MP camera on the front and a 2850 mAh battery.
The Oukitel festival is a good opportunity to upgrade your collection of tech with a smaller investment than one would expect. Although these Android phones and wearable aren’t the most popular around right now, they do represent a good way of approaching new tech. Any takers?