Elephone have sprung another update on their P3000 model which now comes with the option of 64bit MT6732 processor.
Elephone seem to be having a bit of love affair with the Elephone P3000. The handset started out as their first model with built-in fingerprint scanner, and has since been updated a number of times to the point it now has a 64bit processor.
The latest version of the P3000 retains many of the features which have made it a popular buy, 13 mega-pixel rear camera, 5 mega-pixel front, 5-inch HD display ETC, but now with a 64bit chip that natively supports 4G LTE (FDD-LTE 800/1800/2100/2600MHz).
Currently the Elephone P3000 remains on Android 4.4.4 Kitkat, but with an update to Lollipop the phone will be able to make the most of the new architecture beating within.
If you don’t already have a P3000 and fancy giving the 64bit model a whirl then Elephone are offering GizChina readers a $10 display using the code: ELEP3000P.