Elephone P6000 prototype shown off with more hardware and price details


Elephone P6000

Elephone have posted actual photos of their Elephone P6000 today along with more details of the specs and price.

Elephone can’t be accused of beautiful design, but they can’t be accused of moving slowly either. Not long after posting that they were working on a new model called the P6000, actual images of the phone have now shown up online.

Actually, I got to see this phone in the flesh last Friday while I was in Shenzhen so can confirm that is is real and in development. I can also tell you that the rear of the phone is very similar in design to the Xiaomi Mi2.

Elephone P6000

Elephone are hoping the P6000 will be the first 64bit phone to launch with the new quad-core MT6732 chipset, and from my meeting with them it sounds like it will be released sometime next month. The quad core chip will be supported by 2GB RAM, and there is LTE and a 13 mega-pixel camera in there too.

Elephone say that the P6000 will be updated to Android 5.0 Lollipop, but it is most likely to ship with Android 4.4 Kitkat to start with. Pricing will be competitive which estimates between $170 – $190.

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15 Comments

  1. Kamui
    November 24, 2014

    WTF that’s a ZTE Nubia Z7!

  2. Jason45
    November 24, 2014

    Indeed, ZTE nubia series clone.

  3. Hellvetta
    November 25, 2014

    Thank you ZTE for ideas to Elephone.

  4. Jim
    November 25, 2014

    Elephone is brand know as low quailty phones brand….just remember P2000 model…

  5. Ronnie Katsie
    November 25, 2014

    i liked it whats the dimsions in mm

  6. nick
    November 25, 2014

    finally a phone starring mediatek’s new quad core processor. don’t think it looks like a nubia that much .. it’s just plain and boring design with a meizu circle in the center. Anyway as long as it’s above 4.8 inches i’m not interested in the phone 🙂

  7. Lazar Prodanovic
    November 25, 2014

    I don’t see a price range of $170-190 as competitive $130-140 should be for a decent lo end phone with cheap lo end SoC that’s certainly offers more than competitions S410. Still most of the people won’t be interested in phone’s with this SoC & why would they when for $10-20 + they can buy octa core MK6752 based phone. To clarify I am more hit & concerned with cut off version (undercooked & possibly T764) of GPU than only a quad (again under clocked) CPU cores.

    • ChecchoT
      November 25, 2014

      pandawill.com sais they will sell it from first days of december…. don’t know if it’s true, but probably it scores near 36000 point in antutu, similar to snapdragon 800 but with better graphics….

      • Lazar Prodanovic
        November 25, 2014

        Lol not even close. The octa 6752 @ 1700 MHz should score around that much & thanks to CPUs not GPU. Keep in mind that in 99% cases real usage performance is based on only first two cores as others are not used & in suspended mode (with hot plug) or idling without it. About GPUs; the used MALI T760MP2 delivers almost 42 GFLOPS @ 600MHz the T760MP4 Samsung & RK used deliver 81.6 @ same frequency. That is close to A320 (96 ALU) @ 400 MHz 86.4. The A330 goes in the ranges of 129.6 to 166.5 depending of used clock speed. Now T760MP2 & even T764MP2 with lour clock speed is a rocket ship compared to A306 used on S410. Actually T760MP2 is decent enough for 720p. All used GFLOPS are expressed in a “half float” 16 bit precision mode. Never the less both GPU families one from Arm and other one from Qualcomm have one thing in common that are horrible driver’s.
        Hire you go a GFLOPS table to play with:
        http://kyokojap.myweb.hinet.net/gpu_gflops/

        • Manos
          November 25, 2014

          So the combo 6752 with T760@MP2 is not good for 1080? The GPU is not so much? I don’t need the super speedy ! It will be at 40000+ I think

          • Lazar Prodanovic
            November 26, 2014

            I found this as a most comprehensive article with good comparative study of different SoC’s based on A53 implemented CPU’s with basic other information’s. The performance analyze of different revisions of A53 cores and implemented one’s up to the date when article whose published per SoC. It is also professionally written & very well organized. In my opinion it’s trust worthy. Anyway it represents a great read for those who really want to learn more about it.

            http://mobilesemi.blogspot.com/2014/09/early-test-results-suggest-cortex-a53.html?m=1

        • Manos
          November 25, 2014

          Great page! Only the T760 @MP4 is good for the New year! Not the best but… MP2 isn’t

      • Name
        November 26, 2014

        Dont go panda go somewhere else to2c

        • handsome
          November 26, 2014

          http://vifocal.com may be a good choice, the products on that site have a cheap price.

  8. nexusprime
    November 25, 2014

    elephone p6000 or elephone p3000s?