If you caught the headlines last week then you will already know that Elephone have 2 x 2K flagship phones in development. Following up on that we have these exclusive renders of the device.
In May and June Elephone are planning to launch another 2 phones, devices which will sit higher than the Elephone P7000. At this stage the models are unnamed, simply referred to as Version A and Version B, but we do know some specification details and now have a good 3D view of the phones thanks to official renders.
These renders show a gold (version A) and silver (version B), models in all their 3D rendered glory. The details that are given away in the images include the a rear touch fingerprint scanner, alloy chassis, dual tone LED flash, dual SIM trays and a very narrow bezel design.
It also looks like Elephone have gone for a single halo home button on the chin of the phones, but we don’t yet know if this means that the back and menu buttons will still be in the chin, or if the ROM will implement a type or virtual/onscreen navigation.
Other than being the first 2K (2650 x 1440) resolution phones from Elephone, other exciting details include the fact that Version A will feature an Intel processor and dual boot Windows 10/Android Lollipop, while Version B will get a powerful Mediatek MT6795 chipset.
Both phones will come with 5.5-inch panels, 4GB RAM and 20 mega-pixel main cameras.