Though it has gone relatively unnoticed other than reports of [really good battery life] in various China phone reviews, MediaTek’s latest release — MT6763 Helio P23 is a masterpiece and groundbreaking move for the China chip maker.

While MediaTek’s chips powerwise have been more than fine over the last couple years, Qualcomm’s midrange 625 stole a lot of customers in the $150-250 bracket due to its excellent battery life. That has all changed with the release of P23.

cross P20 / P25 right off the list and look only at P23.

I can not iterate enough how huge this SoC is for MTK; we are talking a full 100%+ increase in battery efficiency.

Both Vernee X and Oukitel’s 6000mAh K6 reaching 20+ hours on our 140lux WiFi YouTube 720P video test. Phones with the same battery capacity on MT6757 (P20/25) and MT6750T rarely even hit the 10-hour mark.

A 20% increase in this test would have been big news but a 100% is nearly unbelievable and unheard of in a single generation improvement.

Additionally, I ran PCMark’s 200lux workload battery test which more or less emulates real-life use; using only 25% battery the Oukitel K6 tapped 5 hours 20 minutes — interpolated to 100% this gives us 21+ hours.

Some phones remain at 100% for the first 20 minutes of a test. So, to err on the side of underestimating as opposed to overestimating we will call 100% 20 hours.

25% Oukitel K6 200LUX PCMARK BATTERY TEST

I can’t remember the last time I was this shocked by a development in SoC tech. MediaTek has finally come to be a true competitor for the Snap 625.

It also means that if you plan on spending $200+ you can forget about buying any P20 / P25 phone. Just cross P20 / P25 right off the list and look only at P23.

Both the Vernee X and Oukitel K6 have been tested. Both can be bought with confidence.

Vernee X review

Oukitel K6 review

I’ve also just began testing the Oukitel K10. It is essentially a bigger, much better-looking version of the Oukitel K6, and with a much bigger battery.

Oukitel K10 ($249 w/coupon “OukitelK10”)

Helio P23 battery life surges. MediaTek takes a huge step forwardhttp://www.gizbeat.com/wp-content/uploads/OUKITEL-K6-official.jpghttp://www.gizbeat.com/wp-content/uploads/OUKITEL-K6-official-150x150.jpg Damian Parsons FeaturedHelio P23Oukitelvernee
  Though it has gone relatively unnoticed other than reports of in various China phone reviews, MediaTek's latest release -- MT6763 Helio P23 is a masterpiece and groundbreaking move for the China chip maker. While MediaTek's chips powerwise have been more than fine over the last couple years, Qualcomm's midrange...
  Though it has gone relatively unnoticed other than reports of [really good battery life] in various China phone reviews, MediaTek's latest release -- MT6763 Helio P23 is a masterpiece and groundbreaking move for the China chip maker.<span id="more-12589"></span> While MediaTek's chips powerwise have been more than fine over the last couple years, Qualcomm's midrange 625 stole a lot of customers in the $150-250 bracket due to its excellent battery life. That has all changed with the release of P23. <blockquote>cross P20 / P25 right off the list and look only at P23.</blockquote> I can not iterate enough how huge this SoC is for MTK; we are talking a full 100%+ increase in battery efficiency. Both Vernee X and Oukitel's 6000mAh K6 reaching 20+ hours on our 140lux WiFi YouTube 720P video test. Phones with the same battery capacity on MT6757 (P20/25) and MT6750T rarely even hit the 10-hour mark. A 20% increase in this test would have been big news but a 100% is nearly unbelievable and unheard of in a single generation improvement. Additionally, I ran PCMark's 200lux workload battery test which more or less emulates real-life use; using only 25% battery the Oukitel K6 tapped 5 hours 20 minutes -- interpolated to 100% this gives us 21+ hours. Some phones remain at 100% for the first 20 minutes of a test. So, to err on the side of underestimating as opposed to overestimating we will call 100% 20 hours. I can't remember the last time I was this shocked by a development in SoC tech. MediaTek has finally come to be a true competitor for the Snap 625. It also means that if you plan on spending $200+ you can forget about buying any P20 / P25 phone. Just cross P20 / P25 right off the list and look only at P23. Both the Vernee X and Oukitel K6 have been tested. Both can be bought with confidence. <p align="center"><a class="btn6" href="http://www.gizbeat.com/review/vernee-x-new-helio-p23-6gb-128gb-massive-6200mah-battery/">Vernee X review</a></p> <p align="center"><a class="btn6" href="http://www.gizbeat.com/review/189-oukitel-k6-new-helio-p23-nfc/">Oukitel K6 review</a></p> I've also just began testing the Oukitel K10. It is essentially a bigger, much better-looking version of the Oukitel K6, and with a much bigger battery. <p align="center"><a href="https://www.gearbest.com/cell-phones/pp_1549830.html?lkid=12995271">Oukitel K10 ($249 w/coupon "OukitelK10")</a></p>



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