Here are the full specifications of the Elephone P10 and P10C Android KitKat smartphones.
What better way to start of a new week than with an exclusive of an unreleased Android smartphone?! Elephone emailed us this morning with details of the Elephone P10, confirming that the phone really does exist and the full specifications.
Elephone have been key in the move from Android 4.2 to Android 4.4 Kitkat, and were one of the first Chinese smartphone manufacturers to release updates for certain phones. The Elephone P10 follows the theme and also receives Android 4.4.2 out of the box, already making it more desirable than the recently announced Zopo mid ranger.
Previously we only heard about a single P10 model but today Elephone confirmed that their will be a Elephone P10C and P10. Specifications for the P10C are as follows.
Keep in mind that the P10C will likely (not confirmed) cost around $130 and the rest of the hardware sounds about spot on. The 5-inch display is an IPS unit with a qHD resolution of 960 x 540, with 5 point multi-touch. Mediatek provide a 1.3Ghz MT6582 quad-core processor which allows support for GSM (800,800,1900 mhz) and WCDMA 3G (850,2100mhz), Bluetooth 2.0, WIFI 802.11 b/g/n, GPS etc. The MT6582 is also a good performer and it is great to see the phone is running Kitkat as there is just 1GB RAM on board. Cameras are 2 mega-pixel front, 8 mega-pixel rear, there is room for up to 32GB SD card and the battery is a 1930mAh unit.
The Elephone P10 has much of the same but hosts an updated 5-inch HD display with 1280 x 720 resolution and 13 mega-pixel main camera! Both versions have gesture controls, dual-SIM and measure in at 139 x 71.5 x 5.8mm.
Elephone are now producing the phones ready for launch and will have both the Elephone P10 and Elephone P10C on sale to international customers very soon.