Oukitel launched a new entry level device called as Oukitel C4 for $60 which is going to be the cheapest 4G enabled smartphone. We know the company for making smartphones with large battery capacities like the Oukitel K4000, K60000 Pro and K10000. The other entry level devices with 4G LTE connectivity that are available in the market are Motorola Moto E (2nd Gen), BLU Life One, Lenovo A850, Cubot X6 and Huawei Y600 are few devices that are available under $100.
Coming to the specifications, the Oukitel C4 sports a 5-inch S-IPS capacitive touchscreen display with 720 x 1280 pixels resolution that supports multitouch. To power the device there is a MediaTek MT6737, quad-core Cortex-A53 processor with a clocking speed of 1.3 GHz coupled with Mali-T720 and 1 GB of RAM. As mentioned, the device supports LTE cat.4 150/50 Mbit along with HSDPA, HSUPA and EDGE.
The Oukitel C4 has a Li-Ion 2000 mAh battery on the back and will come out of the box with Android 6.0 Marshmallow out of the box. There is an 8MP interpolated camera on the rear as well as a 5MP interpolated camera on the front. The on-board memory on the device is 8GB that can be further extended up to 32 GB via microSD card. The device includes an accelerometer and proximity sensor and also supports FM-radio. The device will be available in Black with Gold and White with Gold colour variants.
These specifications might not impress many, but considering it being a $60 device; this is a good inclusion in the market. Although we are not sure about the global roll out of the device yet, we can expect it to be pushed very soon. Earlier we have seen U7 Plus was announced with a fingerprint sensor for $89.99 with a 5.5-inch 720p display and 2GB of RAM along with 13MP rear facing and 5MP front facing camera.