[Video] Elephone P6000: AOSP Lollipop vs. CyanogenMod 12 vs. Flyme OS


The Elephone P6000 is turning out to be a heck of a good phone with every passing day (…every passing ROM?). The developers have been dishing out some popular 3rd party ROMs to the phone.

Back when we reviewed the Elephone P6000, the phone impressed us with the all-round good performance and above average build quality. It was only the belief that there was going to be a lack of community support (including mods and ROMs) for the phone since it ran a MediaTek SoC. It turns out that isn’t likely going to be the case, for Elephone is seemingly working hard on bringing as many 3rd party ROMs to the P6000 as possible.

In the following video, the Elephone P6000 is shown running Meizu‘s Flyme OS, stock AOSP Android v5.0 Lollipop and perhaps the most popular of them all — CyanogenMod 12. There isn’t a lot of Flyme OS action in the video though, which we hope changes with a following video. Take a look for yourself:

[youtube http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=57pkMQo8ikc]

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The Elephone P6000 is the company’s first phone to run the MediaTek MT6732 quad-core 64-bit processor, and along with that, has 2GB of RAM, a 720p 5-inch screen and a 2750mAh battery. Find out more about the Elephone P6000 in our review of the device.

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