Elephone P6000 gets a price cut, now being offered for $112.99

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The Elephone P6000 is among the more impressive (and readily available) Elephone devices that we’ve tested in the recent past.

We reviewed the phone a couple or so months back, and found it to be quite a decent offering for the price that it sold for back then. What you might be happy to hear is that the phone just received a price cut and is now available for just US$112.99. It comes with a 5-inch display, MT6732 quad-core 64-it processor, has 2GB of RAM and a 13 mega-pixel main camera.

Elephone have also been working on bringing new ROMs, including third party ones, to the P6000. A Lollipop update is also available for the device. This is the closest that the P6000 has been to a US$100 price tag, and the deal can be availed via this listing to Everbuying.net and using coupon code ‘EBP6000’ at checkout to bring the price down to US$112.99 from the standard US$119.99.

The P6000 can make for a decent secondary phone if you already own a 2015 flagship. If not that, the device is well suited to be your main phone if you don’t have too high expectations. Who’s getting one?

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