Elephone P6000 price cut to $159.99, plus this code will save you another $10

elephone p6000 benchmarks

Talk about passing your savings on! Elephone got in contact today to tell us that the second batch of P6000 will get a price cut and that they are offering another $10 off to GizChina readers.

The Elephone P6000 is one of the first quad-core MT6732 phones to go on sale internationally. Originally the phone was released for $169.99, which isn’t a bad price considering a 64bit chip, dual SIM LTE, 13 mega-pixel camera, 5 inch display, and surprisingly good build quality.

However, Elephone have managed to cut costs of the P6000 further during the manufacturer of the second batch of phones meaning a new retail price of only $159.99. But GizChina readers can save another $10 bringing the retail price to only $149.99 via the Elephone store.

elephone p6000 benchmarks

The offer is only valid when using the coupon code: ilovep6000 and will expire on the 8th February, so if you want to make the most of the offer you still have a few weeks to make up your mind.

We recently received an Elephone P6000 and ran it through a number of benchmarks proving that the latest 64bit processors from Mediatek, even a quad-core, are much more powerful and impressive than previous generation chips. For more details of the MT6732 in the Elephone P6000 check out our write up here.

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