This morning we have received leaked photos that show the real engineering prototype model of the new Elephant P4000 smartphone.
Once launched the Elephone P4000 will be available to buy in either black of while with a stainless steel metal frame. The colour choices are not coincidence as this 5-inch, octacore smartphone has been designed with the Xiaomi Mi4 in mind.
Elephant have tweaked the design slightly to make the P4000 more unique and less likely to be mistaken for the Xiaomi flagship by giving the phone a small red halo home button and a pattern on the rear shell (both of which can be just about seen in the leaked photos here).
We have been waiting for the P4000 to launch for sometime now and although we still don’t have an official launch date we do at least have a rough idea of the specs and cost.
The phone will run a 5-inch 720p display, octacore MT6592 processor, 2GB RAM, 8GB memory and have a 13 mega-pixel main camera. Dual sim, and a micro SD card support are there too, but there is no LTE.
Pricing for the Elephant P4000 is rumoured to be around $160 to international buyers.