Elephone P6000 Pro: Just $119.99 on Presale
A highly anticipated smartphone Elephone P6000 Pro, a successor to a popular P6000, should be available for presale starting 25th July. Read more to find out what is new.
The phone will be available in two different version. Both of them will use a MT6753 chipset. The more expensive version of Elephone P6000 Pro ($139.99) will have 3 GB of RAM and camera from Samsung while the less expensive version ($129.99) will have only 2 GB of RAM and camera from Sony.
MediaTek MT6753 is a 64-bit octa-core WorldMode 4G LTE chipset based on ARM Cortex A53 64-bit processor and Mali T720 graphics. This upper-mid range chipset can give enough performance to satisfy even those users who wish to play the latest games while being energy efficient and affordable.
P6000 Pro will have a 5.0″ LG HD screen with 1280 x 720 pixels resolution covered with Blue light tempered glass for protection and better picture quality. The blue light film filters out 100% of high-frequency blue light in the range from 380um to 410um and 60% of blue light in the range from 420um to 450um.
In addition to all the previously mentioned specifications, both versions of P6000 Pro will have a 2700 mAh battery, 16 GB of internal storage space and Android 5.1.
The phone sounds almost too good to be true for the amount of money they are asking for it. Indeed, many phone enthusiasts have expressed their concern about the validity of these claims and fears that the manufacturer has to somehow cut the cost. Elephone P6000 was known for its problematic software, buggy touchpad, no OTG, and compass. It will be interesting to see if Elephone manages to improve the overall quality and implementation of otherwise great hardware.
The phone should ship in September of this year and we will have to wait until then for a proper review based on an actual user experience.