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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