The Elephone P6000 is the first 64bit smartphone from Elephone, and our sister site GizChina.es has already managed to go hands on with the device.
Previously to the GizChina.es hands on photos the only sightings of the Elephone P6000 came in the form of leaks and renders, and it is great to finally see this quad-core 64bit smartphone in the flesh. It is also quite interesting to see that Elephone have managed to begin shipping the device so soon after initially announcing the phone.
The images show the grey version of the P6000 which looks like an alloy material, but is in fact a removable plastic shell in a similar style to the Xiaomi Mi2 only a little larger. Removing the shell reveals dual SIM card slots for LTE, 3G and GSM SIM cards and a removable battery.
Up front the budget 64bit phone has a 5-inch, 720p display and 2 mega-pixel camera. The real stand out features of the phone though are the 13 mega-pixel main camera, 2GB RAM and new Mediatek MT6732 processor which features a Mali T760 GPU.
We can’t wait to get our hands on the P6000 to see just how good it is. For those of you who can’t wait head over to the Spanish unboxing video here, or visit the product page for the Elephone P6000 where it can be bought for only $169.99.