Oukitel, a budget smartphone manufacturer, has confirmed that the smartphone will run Android 5.1 (Lollipop) operating system.

Oukitel claims to deliver people affordable products with fine design and solid quality. The company states itself as a passionate brand targeting at a wider global market and dedicated to deliver finely designed yet wallet-friendly smart devices to consumers across continents.

Meanwhile, a new inexpensive aluminum battery that could charge cellphones in just one minute has been developed by Stanford scientists. The new aluminum battery is much safer than existing lithium-ion and alkaline batteries in wide use today and does not catch fire, researchers said.
    
An aluminum-ion battery consists of two electrodes: a negatively charged anode made of aluminum and a positively charged cathode. Aluminum batteries are safer than conventional lithium-ion batteries used in millions of laptops and cell phones today.