Elephone hope to undercut the Meizu m1 and Redmi 2 with the Lollipop running G2

elephone g2

Costing just $100 and available to markets in both Asia and Europe from February, Elephone have big hopes for the Elephone G2.

Just in this morning are the first real photos of the budget friendly Elephone G2, along with pricing, partial specifications and availability.

The Elephone G2 is squarely aimed at the same customer base who is already considering the Meizu m1 or Xiaomi Redmi 2, however they hope to gain a big advantage by offering their 64bit phone for just $100 in Asia and Europe.

Partial specifications have been revealed to us as being a 4.5-inch display, quad-core 64bit MT6732 processor, dual 4G SIM (FDD and TDD both supported) and a release date of February.

There is no word on RAM or camera specifications but Elephone do promise their Elephone G2 will ship with Android 5.0 Lollipop.

[ Elephone.hk ]
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