With the similar battery capacity of about 6000mAh, the Ulefone Power 2 and Oukitel K6000 Plus are apparently face-to-face competitors on the market. While other specifications of them are also very much alike, it is still the question if there is still something that can distinguish one from the other?
In a latest comparative review by Ulefone, the company points out that although Oukitel K6000 Plus comes with a 12V/2A charger, it can actually charges the phone as fast as the 9V/2A charger does the Ulefone Power 2. While Ulefone Power 2 packs a gyro sensor that can be used for VR applications, the K6000 Plus does not support it. Oleophobic coating, which does not cost too much, is seen on Ulefone Power 2 but not on the Oukitel K6000 Plus.
From Ulefone’s point of view, the Ulefone Power 2 also performs better than its counterpart in photography. And its undeniable that Ulefone Power 2 comes with 2 more useful accessories than the K6000 Plus does. Both phones are equipped with a MTK6750T octa-core 1.5GHz chipset, 4GB RAM, 64GB storage, 5.5-inch FHD display and a front fingerprint scanner. So since Ulefone Power 2 is offered for USD167.91 on Aliexpress, will you think it is worthier buying than the Oukitel phone? See it for yourself.