At $99.99 the Elephone G2 sounds like great value for money, and now with it’s official release and Cyanogen support it seems simply incredible!
Available in bright colours and sporting a 64bit Mediatek processor, the 4.5-inch Elephone G2 is a bargain already for just $99.99. The G2 runs the same quad-core MT6732 processor that the Elephone P6000 comes with, and like that phone the G2 will come with Android 5.0, but there’s more.
The official specifications page of the Elephone G2 also announces that the budget phone will also support Cyanogenmod, MIUI and LEWA ROM. This time it appears that Lollipop comes with the phone in the box with optional ROM’s coming at a later date.
With 1GB RAM, 8 mega-pixel rear camera, dual SIM, Micro SD and LTE, the G2 really does have remarkable specifications for the money, and seems like a better value device than the Android One phones we started to see last year.
I have asked Elephone to provide a video to us showing CM and the other ROMS running on the phone and they have agreed to send one so keep posted for that.
The Elephone G2 is available to order now at Elephone.cc.