Barely a week after announcing the specs for its much-anticipated 6-inch monster, the U16 Max, Chinese smartphone maker OUKITEL has shed some more light into what consumers should expect from the forthcoming device.

OUKITEL U16 Max specs release date

In a video posted on the company’s YouTube channel, the company has made an attempt to highlight all those aspects that could make the handset a standout in an increasingly competitive “budget flagship” market. But before you move on to the video, let’s have a quick look at some of the key U16 Max specs and features.

As you already know, the OUKITEL U16 Max comes equipped with a large six-inch 2.5D curved screen with LTPS tech and 720p display. While the battery cover is built using aircraft aluminum alloy, the middle frame also boasts high-quality metal with complicated CNC craft to ensure a slim structure that fits your hand really well.

If you remember, last month we did a story on some of the exciting new Android 7.0 Nougat features OUKITEL promises to introduce in the U16 Max. The video below confirms our earlier assessments by showing off some features of Android N alongside a handful of custom features aimed at enhancing user experience.

Because the screen is big, OUKITEL has incorporated one hand mode and one hand float view modes to ensure convenient handling. This feature facilitates easier execution of tasks such as taking screenshots, recording screens, locking the device, gesture unlock, and much more.

The price of the OUKITEL U16 Max is not yet known, but according to some sources, it could set back buyers less than $150. The U16 Max’s first global launch will be held by Aliexpress during its seventh anniversary celebration that’s set to kick off on March 28. We will keep checking for updates and let you know if there’s anything newsworthy. Meanwhile, OUKITEL recommends you to keep checking their website and official FB page for attractive offers and rewards.


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