Elephone P3000S finally goes on sale

After a longer than anticipated wait, the LTE equipped version of the Elephone P3000S has finally gone on sale.

LTE might not be available to everyone, but Chinese phone makers are doing their best to add the faster data connection to current and future phones. Elephone has started the 4G LTE roll out on their P3000 phone, now called the P3000S.

Externally the Elephone P3000S is the same as the original phone, complete with blocky design and included fingerprint scanner on the rear.

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Internally a few components have been tweaked so that the phone now comes with a 1.7ghz octacore MT6592 with LTE modem, 2GB RAM, 16GB internal memory and NFC. The phone also has a Gorilla Glass 3 HD display, and comes in either black or white.

Pricing for the Elephone P3000S is around $200 which isnā€™t all that much considering the hardware, but with 64bit phones poised to launch our advice would be to wait and see what is coming.

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  1. henkiehenk
    December 15, 2014

    Is this phone any good in terms of reliability, customer service and software updates?

    • Xalis
      December 15, 2014

      No, just like any other chinese phone, your best “customer” service/support will come from forums and cookers, you want the 3 listed above get a Nexus/Moto device.

      • December 15, 2014

        Or an Oppo, OnePlus, Xiaomi, Meizu, Vivo ……

        • renky89
          December 16, 2014

          oppo doesn’t update their phones, atleast not the international rom for find 5/7 or n1…

  2. DieFanboyDie
    December 31, 2014

    What is the ROM that the P3000S comes loaded with?