Elephone P8000 packs a 4,200 cell and 3GB of RAM for $210

21 May, 2015

Elephone is among the emerging Chinese manufacturers that aims to make a name for itself by offering affordable, yet well-equipped smartphones. The upcoming P8000 is one such example and it offers plenty of bang for the buck.

The smartphone's chief claim to fame is its worldwide LTE support, a rarity with less prominent Chinese offerings. The functionality is delivered by Mediatek's MT6753 chipset, announced a few months ago. It is basically an underclocked version of the more popular MT6752, and the octa-core processor within it ticks at 1.5GHz.

Much like the P7000 which it doesn't replace, but rather complements, the P8000 is built around a 1080p 5.5-inch display. Elephone has fitted the P8000 with 3GB of RAM, though internal storage is less impressive at 16GB. A microSD slot hasn't been quoted by the source, but the P7000 has it, and we expect the P8000 to come with one as well.

Elephone P8000

It doesn't stop there and the Elephone P8000 packs an ample 4,200mAh battery. A 13MP main camera, joined by a 5MP selfie shooter takes care of capturing memories, and a fingerprint sensor on the back is another welcome tick on the specsheet.

The device runs Android 5.0 Lollipop upon launch, but the best part is that according to the source, all of the above will set you back a mere $210.

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Reader comments

  • rjain

this phone is good but for big battery lover Gretel GT6000 is Best. GT6000 come with 6000mAh battery, 5.5-inch HD IPS display and with rear facing cameras. i use this phone and this is a amazing phone in best price.

  • Anonymous

I would like to inform you that not to purchase elephone at all this phone performance are very bad. I have purchased elephoneP8000 6 months back the phone not getting charge 100% at all and not keeping charge more than half an hour also screen bulge...

  • chris

Bought this phone to use in Canada in Nov 2016. Some companies wouldn't support it... found FIDO (in Ontario) had a mico sim card that worked. Reception is not so great in cement buildings (schools), where my old Samsung and Virgin contract worked ...

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