Chinese phonemaker Oukitel is releasing a new Android phone June, according to The Verge and Android Headlines, and its slogan is apparently "To be the king." You'll be hard-pressed to recognize the device as "the king" when you see its specs. However, it does have one impressive feature: a 10,000 mAh battery that only takes three hours to charge, just like Oukitel's $240 K10000 smartphone launched a couple of years ago. In fact, this one's its direct successor called the K10000 Pro. The company showed the phone off at MWC this year, but it hasn't officially announced its details and availability yet. We can probably expect to hear something similar to the 10 to 15 days per charge claim it made when it revealed the K10000, though.