Elephone P7000: Benchmarks, Photos and impressions after a few days


elephone p7000 review

The Elephone P7000 arrived with us on Friday and when I haven’t been drooling all over the LeTV X600 I’ve taken the P7000 for a play, this is what I have learned so far.

Below are my photo findings, benchmarks and impressions of the Elephone P7000, and where possible I have included a few details that other GizChina reviewers have discovered so far too. This isn’t a full review of the Elephone P7000 and it is based on the first build of the P7000 ROM, so whatever issues are mentioned here may no longer be relevent once updates are rolling out.

Elephone P7000 Benchmarks

The Elephone P7000 rocks a 5.5-inch 1920 x 1080 display powered by a 64bit, octacore MT6752 processor and 3GB RAM. Stock Android 5.0 Lollipop ships with the phone, and this is where the weak link is in performance. This early build of the ROM feels fine out of the box, but with time you begin to notice lags, and performance issues.

Benchmarks from my Elephone P7000 are:

  • Antutu: 43,914
  • Geekbench Single-core score: 798
  • Geekbench Multi-core score: 3948
  • Quadrant: 20,733
  • Ice Storm Extreme: 6306
  • GFX Manhattan: 372.9
  • GFX Manhattan Offscreen: 372.9
  • GFX T-Rex: 752.9
  • GFX T-Rex Offscreen: 736.2
  • Nenamark 2: 55.0 fps
  • Vellamo Metal: 1373
  • Vellamo Multicore: 1834
  • Vellamo Browser: 3091

As usual I ran these benchmarks back to back to see if the Elephone P7000 would work up a sweat and found that there was a little heat, but far less than other phones but under the same tests and far far less than the Xiaomi Mi4i (even with its latest update). Still I feel there is room for improvement.

Elephone P7000 ROM

As mentioned above the hardware is fine, it is most likely the software which needs optimisation. Speaking of which there are a few issues here too. Miracast is missing from the OS, and Christopher over at GizChina.de has reported that the WIFI signal bar is in accurate, power consumption too high and some applications are unstable.

Again, keep in mind this is based on the ROM that ships with the phone and updates are likely to fix many of these issues.

Elephone P7000 Screen

elephone p7000 review

When getting the phone out of the box be sure to check that your P7000 isn’t in battery saving mode (as some are shipping this way) this will prevent the screen running at full brightness.

In my case I have removed the screen protector and run the display at max brightness. At max it is fine indoors, but struggles outside. At first I thought maybe it was due to me being use to the intense display on the Xiaomi Mi note, but others have also commented on the dull display.

Elephone P7000 Camera

According to the specifications the Elephone P7000 comes with an IMX214 Sony camera able to take photos at 13 mega-pixels. This is the same camera sensor as the Xiaomi Mi Note and the LeTV X600, so what better way to test the camera than a bit of a shootout.

The photos below were all taken at the same time, the weather was overcast so they are all a little dark.

As you can see, the Mi Note and LeTV offered similar performance, with the Xiaomi phone giving more vibrant colours, while the LeTV colours are a little more accurate. In some conditions the Elephone P7000 offers simlar photos, but they tend to be darker or have a red tint to them. I’m not sure if this is an optics issue or again something which can be fixed with updates but we will keep an eye on it.

There is certainly room for improvement and the LeTV and Xiaomi phones show us what the IMX214 is capable of.

Elephone P7000 Full Review On Its Way

We have a few phones under review at the moment, but we are hoping to get the Elephone P7000 review up and posted as soon as possible.

The Elephone P7000 is on sale internationally through Coolicool for $229.99

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127 Comments

  1. fido futte
    June 4, 2015

    Andy what firmware version date did you use for this P7000 test

    • June 4, 2015

      This was the earlier firmware. I have now updated it and will make a full review on the new ROM

      • fido futte
        June 4, 2015

        OK thanks Andi- looking forward to read this later, to see if stabillity firmware issue has been solved

        • Justin Wong
          June 5, 2015

          latest firmware is pretty terrible.
          I have constant wifi issues with it losing speed so i have to switch off wifi and switch back on.

      • June 4, 2015

        Can we get an estimate on the date of the review? I’m holding off the buying till I read your review.

        • Justin Wong
          June 5, 2015

          I’m using the latest firmware P7000_20150529 and the camera quality is still pretty bad in low light but passable for daytime photos.

          • Mik
            June 9, 2015

            I am considering cancelling my pre order. The camera was the main factor for me. Anyone got a recommendation for a mtk6752 phone with a decent camera?

            • RobertNL
              June 11, 2015

              Jiayu S3 is quite decent, can’t find them much better in that pricerange.

          • RobertNL
            June 11, 2015

            Yes, and it will not become better. The optics are cheap rubbish, rather had a sony MX114 senor than a 214 with this crap optic.

      • Dalibor Pencik
        June 11, 2015

        Hello, there is ROM from 2015.06.08 so from monday, could you try it and see the improvements?

  2. kik
    June 4, 2015

    Thx a lot Andi. Im searching for this :))) this is very importment to me.

    I see that Elephone have a little bad camera. I wish that you do again photo commparison beetwen all this phones but with new Elephone update.

    I need to chise between LeTV and Elephone p7000. But I read that LeTV jave problem with wifi, gsm etc. . 🙁

    I will waith to your bew rewiv and meybe I will wait to Elephone Vowney(canera imx 230), but how I know he will relase 20 June.

    What did you think Andi? Elephone P7000, or LeTV or Elephone Vowney?

  3. Ant
    June 4, 2015

    Hi Andy

    I’ve been reading review for days on the P7000 and Umi Emax
    Both seen pretty simular in specs.
    Stuck between buying one of them.
    Which would you recommended over the other and why?

    Thanks in advance 🙂

  4. Sbz
    June 4, 2015

    Why is nearly everyone so fixated on the camera quality on a phone these days? Will that be the most important thing on a phone? Its just getting on borderline annoying. lol. Get a nokia. job done.

    • TheOracle
      June 4, 2015

      Agreed

    • Vlada
      June 5, 2015

      Nokia is out of business for more then a year. And the Lumia camera has been beaten by current phones form Samsung, LG, Sony and Apple. If you want the best camera, get Galaxy S6 Edge or LG G4.

      • Sbz
        June 5, 2015

        Everyone not under the rock (heck even they know) that nokia is out of business. That said, I just don’t understand why the camera has suddenly become the MOST important factor when buying a phone. Hence my post.

        • Yeti hand
          June 7, 2015

          Don’t worry I couldn’t care less about the camera.

        • Vlada
          June 8, 2015

          I agree with you in that point. I think it is because the camera is the part which is very different between various phones. If you compare today’s phones with 5 year old phones, it would be the camera which is much better today. The rest has evolved but not that much.

          Also the best cameras are in Apple and Samsung phones, the 2 biggest marketing companies. Also Nokia did a lot of camera marketing when they still existed.

          Second reason is simply the fact that most people are not not using point and shoot cameras anymore and are taking all their pictures with phones. So they want a good camera in their phone.

          • Sbz
            June 10, 2015

            I do get your point but dont you feel like it is getting way too much? A phone comes out and the next question is – “how is the camera”?
            Thats the last thing on me mind, if I may say. ))

            • Vlada
              June 10, 2015

              Yes, I agree with you it is exaggerated. I just tried to find an explanation why so many people care about the camera that much.

              I didn’t care about camera in my phone at all until recently. Before 2013 no phone could compare with even a cheap point-and-shoot camera. But now we have F2.0 lenses with OIS and the cameras on phones are becoming very good.

              For a lot of people the camera quality is very important. And I suddenly noticed I’m one of them. But there are many other features which are equally important – GPS, build quality, signal reception, SW stability etc.

  5. Gilles
    June 4, 2015

    Hi Andi

    Will you make a comparative tests between the Xiaomi MI Note and the LeTV 600 ,,,
    Specially about cameras.
    Thank you

  6. Roki Filsekor
    June 4, 2015

    Hi Andy 🙂

    Please make again camera test after update P7000. Please make photo and video compatison with all this phones.

    Thx a lot Andy you are the best!!!!;)

  7. Frank Wu
    June 4, 2015

    Correct me if I m wrong, read somewhere that the LeTV X600 comes with a 16 mega pixels Samsung sensor!!

  8. fido futte
    June 4, 2015

    Andy what firmware version date did you use for this P7000 test

    • Andi Sykes
      June 4, 2015

      This was the earlier firmware. I have now updated it and will make a full review on the new ROM

    • fido futte
      June 4, 2015

      OK thanks Andi- looking forward to read this later, to see if stabillity firmware issue has been solved

    • Viren
      June 4, 2015

      Can we get an estimate on the date of the review? I’m holding off the buying till I read your review.

    • Justin Wong
      June 5, 2015

      I’m using the latest firmware P7000_20150529 and the camera quality is still pretty bad in low light but passable for daytime photos.

    • Justin Wong
      June 5, 2015

      latest firmware is pretty terrible.
      I have constant wifi issues with it losing speed so i have to switch off wifi and switch back on.

    • Guest
      June 9, 2015

      I am considering cancelling my pre order. The camera was the main factor for me. Anyone got a recommendation for a mtk6752 phone with a decent camera?

    • RobertNL
      June 11, 2015

      Jiayu S3 is quite decent, can’t find them much better in that pricerange.

    • RobertNL
      June 11, 2015

      Yes, and it will not become better. The optics are cheap rubbish, rather had a sony MX114 senor than a 214 with this crap optic.

    • Dalibor Pencik
      June 11, 2015

      Hello, there is ROM from 2015.06.08 so from monday, could you try it and see the improvements?

  9. Celso
    June 4, 2015

    Does the brightness of the problem is to be in power saving mode or has a problem in rom it?

    • Justin Wong
      June 5, 2015

      apparently this is only a ROM issue. there’s another beta ROM out that fixes the brightness (but this is based on the lenovo vibe UI)

  10. Guest
    June 4, 2015

    Thx a lot Andi. Im searching for this :))) this is very importment to me.

    I see that Elephone have a little bad camera. I wish that you do again photo commparison beetwen all this phones but with new Elephone update.

    I need to chise between LeTV and Elephone p7000. But I read that LeTV jave problem with wifi, gsm etc. . 🙁

    I will waith to your bew rewiv and meybe I will wait to Elephone Vowney(canera imx 230), but how I know he will relase 20 June.

    What did you think Andi? Elephone P7000, or LeTV or Elephone Vowney?

  11. Ant
    June 4, 2015

    Hi Andy

    I’ve been reading review for days on the P7000 and Umi Emax
    Both seen pretty simular in specs.
    Stuck between buying one of them.
    Which would you recommended over the other and why?

    Thanks in advance 🙂

  12. Sbz
    June 4, 2015

    Why is nearly everyone so fixated on the camera quality on a phone these days? Will that be the most important thing on a phone? Its just getting on borderline annoying. lol. Get a nokia. job done.

    • TheOracle
      June 4, 2015

      Agreed

    • Vlada
      June 5, 2015

      Nokia is out of business for more then a year. And the Lumia camera has been beaten by current phones form Samsung, LG, Sony and Apple. If you want the best camera, get Galaxy S6 Edge or LG G4.

    • Sbz
      June 5, 2015

      Everyone not under the rock (heck even they know) that nokia is out of business. That said, I just don’t understand why the camera has suddenly become the MOST important factor when buying a phone. Hence my post.

    • Yeti hand
      June 7, 2015

      Don’t worry I couldn’t care less about the camera.

    • Vlada
      June 8, 2015

      I agree with you in that point. I think it is because the camera is the part which is very different between various phones. If you compare today’s phones with 5 year old phones, it would be the camera which is much better today. The rest has evolved but not that much.

      Also the best cameras are in Apple and Samsung phones, the 2 biggest marketing companies. Also Nokia did a lot of camera marketing when they still existed.

      Second reason is simply the fact that most people are not not using point and shoot cameras anymore and are taking all their pictures with phones. So they want a good camera in their phone.

    • Sbz
      June 10, 2015

      I do get your point but dont you feel like it is getting way too much? A phone comes out and the next question is – “how is the camera”?
      Thats the last thing on me mind, if I may say. ))

    • Vlada
      June 10, 2015

      Yes, I agree with you it is exaggerated. I just tried to find an explanation why so many people care about the camera that much.

      I didn’t care about camera in my phone at all until recently. Before 2013 no phone could compare with even a cheap point-and-shoot camera. But now we have F2.0 lenses with OIS and the cameras on phones are becoming very good.

      For a lot of people the camera quality is very important. And I suddenly noticed I’m one of them. But there are many other features which are equally important – GPS, build quality, signal reception, SW stability etc.

  13. Guest
    June 4, 2015

    Hi Andi

    Will you make a comparative tests between the Xiaomi MI Note and the LeTV 600 ,,,
    Specially about cameras.
    Thank you

  14. Guest
    June 4, 2015

    Hi Andy 🙂

    Please make again camera test after update P7000. Please make photo and video compatison with all this phones.

    Thx a lot Andy you are the best!!!!;)

  15. Noname1919
    June 4, 2015

    Hi andy. Will you please compare ecoo e04 with p7000? It seems ecoo is much better on camera and video recording. And display too? Do you know what cons the ecoo e04 has? Gps? Ect. I ordered p7000 but it looks bad and might will get ecoo instead. Also ordered emax its pretty promising phone. Had some issues with p3000s 64 3gb so im not sure elephone is any good at all.

  16. Frank Wu
    June 4, 2015

    Correct me if I m wrong, read somewhere that the LeTV X600 comes with a 16 mega pixels Samsung sensor!!

  17. Muhammad Yasir
    June 4, 2015

    ANOTHER red tint camera ?!

    • Justin Wong
      June 5, 2015

      Yes. Mine has this stupid red tint on the camera… it’s mostly noticeable in low light photos and almost not noticeable in daylight photos.

      It’s a bad tint too as it’s a big round circle in the middle of the image and not an even tint across the whole image. I believe it’s the lens/optics causing this as you can see this realtime when looking through the camera viewfinder.

      • Justin Wong
        June 5, 2015

        sample image with red/pink tint spot in low light photo.

        • Muhammad Yasir
          June 5, 2015

          im worried for u man… this is not a good thing. looks like a hardware error :/
          can u get some official tech support ?

  18. Celso
    June 4, 2015

    Does the brightness of the problem is to be in power saving mode or has a problem in rom it?

    • Justin Wong
      June 5, 2015

      apparently this is only a ROM issue. there’s another beta ROM out that fixes the brightness (but this is based on the lenovo vibe UI)

  19. n0name
    June 4, 2015

    well, well, why have Xiaomi Mi Note and the LeTV X600 resolution 4208×3120 and only P7000 have 4160×3120 … I think this P7000 donnt have IMX214 … colors on Note or X600 is almost same, but P7000 have total difrend colors. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Exmor#cite_note-IMX214-36

    • n0name
      June 4, 2015

      can you gizchina test photo P7000 vs older sony sensor IMX135 ?

      • balcobomber25
        June 5, 2015

        The 135 and the 214 are built on the same exact architecture and have most of the same features. Everyphone uses different software and different optics which can result in better or worse quality regardless of the sensor. I have seen some 135’s that take much better pictures than 214’s, some where 214 is better and some that are exactly the same. The sensor is only one small part of the equation.

    • n0name
      June 4, 2015

      no, and no, read spec … SONY IMX214 f/2.0 … why have yours photos F2.8 ??? why have this original by P7000 same F2.8 … http://www.mediafire.com/download/d464ch1mjdwszyu/Elephone-P7000-Photo-Samples-by-s7yler.zip … all photos have F2.8 … this is no IMX214, It is my opinion

      • Justin Wong
        June 5, 2015

        yes i noticed that too.

        Using the P7000 the stock gallery wont show you the aperture in the details window. However when i viewed it in Google Photos i could see my images (as well as some other samples i’ve seen online) were tagged with f2.8!!

        However i think it might just be an incorrect setting/tag? I was able to manage very shallow depth of field (bokeh) photos which perhaps indicates it does have an f2.0 aperture

        • balcobomber25
          June 5, 2015

          Google Photos doesn’t always get it correct, it shows the wrong aperture on pictures taken with my Mi4 sometimes and sometimes it shows it correctly.

          • Vlada
            June 11, 2015

            I’m not sure but normal cameras change the aperture according to light condition. I’m not sure if some cell phones can do it too or if the aperture remains always constant and only shutter speed and ISO is changed.

            • balcobomber25
              June 11, 2015

              The aperture is fixed on cell phones.

        • Paap Mrittu
          June 5, 2015

          U r absolutely correct. Photos show wrong F stop. Ulefone Be Touch Had the same problem and It is fixed by the latest OTA as far as I know.

      • Justin Wong
        June 5, 2015

        sample bokeh shot. So perhaps f2.0?

      • Nahúm Pérez Mesa
        June 6, 2015

        You are right! the first batch have not the real Sony sensor, i read that but i don’t remember where…

    • balcobomber25
      June 5, 2015

      The IMX 214 is capabale of images up to 4224X3200 (13.51mp). The difference with the resolutions is most likely how the software calculates a 13mp image. Different software will take different picture sizes (i.e. some take 13.1, 13.2 etc.) but on screen it will only say 13mp.

  20. Guest
    June 4, 2015

    ANOTHER red tint camera ?!

    • Justin Wong
      June 5, 2015

      Yes. Mine has this stupid red tint on the camera… it’s mostly noticeable in low light photos and almost not noticeable in daylight photos.

      It’s a bad tint too as it’s a big round circle in the middle of the image and not an even tint across the whole image. I believe it’s the lens/optics causing this as you can see this realtime when looking through the camera viewfinder.

    • Justin Wong
      June 5, 2015

      sample image with red/pink tint spot in low light photo.

    • Guest
      June 5, 2015

      im worried for u man… this is not a good thing. looks like a hardware error :/
      can u get some official tech support ?

  21. Guest
    June 4, 2015

    well, well, why have Xiaomi Mi Note and the LeTV X600 resolution 4208×3120 and only P7000 have 4160×3120 … I think this P7000 donnt have IMX214 … colors on Note or X600 is almost same, but P7000 have total difrend colors. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Exmor#cite_note-IMX214-36

    • Guest
      June 4, 2015

      can you gizchina test photo P7000 vs older sony sensor IMX135 ?

    • Guest
      June 4, 2015

      no, and no, read spec … SONY IMX214 f/2.0 … why have yours photos F2.8 ??? why have this original by P7000 same F2.8 … http://www.mediafire.com/download/d464ch1mjdwszyu/Elephone-P7000-Photo-Samples-by-s7yler.zip … all photos have F2.8 … this is no IMX214, It is my opinion

    • Justin Wong
      June 5, 2015

      yes i noticed that too.

      Using the P7000 the stock gallery wont show you the aperture in the details window. However when i viewed it in Google Photos i could see my images (as well as some other samples i’ve seen online) were tagged with f2.8!!

      However i think it might just be an incorrect setting/tag? I was able to manage very shallow depth of field (bokeh) photos which perhaps indicates it does have an f2.0 aperture

    • Justin Wong
      June 5, 2015

      sample bokeh shot. So perhaps f2.0?

    • balcobomber25
      June 5, 2015

      The IMX 214 is capabale of images up to 4224X3200 (13.51mp). The difference with the resolutions is most likely how the software calculates a 13mp image. Different software will take different picture sizes (i.e. some take 13.1, 13.2 etc.) but on screen it will only say 13mp.

    • balcobomber25
      June 5, 2015

      Google Photos doesn’t always get it correct, it shows the wrong aperture on pictures taken with my Mi4 sometimes and sometimes it shows it correctly.

    • balcobomber25
      June 5, 2015

      The 135 and the 214 are built on the same exact architecture and have most of the same features. Everyphone uses different software and different optics which can result in better or worse quality regardless of the sensor. I have seen some 135’s that take much better pictures than 214’s, some where 214 is better and some that are exactly the same. The sensor is only one small part of the equation.

    • Paap Mrittu
      June 5, 2015

      U r absolutely correct. Photos show wrong F stop. Ulefone Be Touch Had the same problem and It is fixed by the latest OTA as far as I know.

    • Nahúm Pérez Mesa
      June 6, 2015

      You are right! the first batch have not the real Sony sensor, i read that but i don’t remember where…

    • Vlada
      June 11, 2015

      I’m not sure but normal cameras change the aperture according to light condition. I’m not sure if some cell phones can do it too or if the aperture remains always constant and only shutter speed and ISO is changed.

    • balcobomber25
      June 11, 2015

      The aperture is fixed on cell phones.

  22. Suskind
    June 4, 2015

    UleFone Be Touch’2 coming soon,http://ulefone.com/

    • Avinash
      June 5, 2015

      I observed u always post something irrelevant..other than topic everywhere? R u ok?

      • balcobomber25
        June 5, 2015

        He probably works for Ulefone.

  23. Kieslowski
    June 5, 2015

    UleFone Be Touch’2 coming soon,http://ulefone.com/

    • Avinash
      June 5, 2015

      I observed u always post something irrelevant..other than topic everywhere? R u ok?

    • balcobomber25
      June 5, 2015

      He probably works for Ulefone.

  24. Sbz
    June 5, 2015

    Hi Andi, of the 16GB on the P7000, how much space is available for use? What is the partition like? Also, does it come rooted?

    • Justin Wong
      June 5, 2015

      From my experience after receiving my P7000:
      There is quite a lot of space left – at a guess maybe 13-14gb? It basically comes with hardly anything installed (you dont even get the standard google apps) but it does have play store.

      It doesn’t come rooted.

      • Sbz
        June 5, 2015

        Thanks man. And how much space to install apps? Or is it just a single partition?

  25. Sbz
    June 5, 2015

    Hi Andi, of the 16GB on the P7000, how much space is available for use? What is the partition like? Also, does it come rooted?

    • Justin Wong
      June 5, 2015

      From my experience after receiving my P7000:
      There is quite a lot of space left – at a guess maybe 13-14gb? It basically comes with hardly anything installed (you dont even get the standard google apps) but it does have play store.

      It doesn’t come rooted.

    • Sbz
      June 5, 2015

      Thanks man. And how much space to install apps? Or is it just a single partition?

  26. hogeo
    June 5, 2015

    Reviewer we should be honest . Rom is garbage . You should not buy yet .

    • hogeo
      June 5, 2015

      Seriously it’s garbage .

      • balcobomber25
        June 5, 2015

        The ROM may be horrible but it has nothing to do with a random Antutu score. I know plenty of crap ROM’s that show good scores.

        • hogeo
          June 5, 2015

          It is terrible rom.
          Movement of the launcher to not a smooth , the camera is also terrible . I laughed .

          • balcobomber25
            June 5, 2015

            That may be true but it has zero to do with Antutu.

  27. Ivan
    June 5, 2015

    I don’t think Elephone are capable of fixing their shi*ty ROMs.

    • balcobomber25
      June 8, 2015

      Probably not but their phones have some good custom ROM’s and Elephone is one of the companies that encourages the use of other ROM’s.

  28. Guest
    June 6, 2015

    Reviewer we should be honest . Rom is garbage . You should not buy yet .

    • Guest
      June 6, 2015

      Seriously it’s garbage .

    • balcobomber25
      June 6, 2015

      The ROM may be horrible but it has nothing to do with a random Antutu score. I know plenty of crap ROM’s that show good scores.

    • Guest
      June 6, 2015

      It is terrible rom.
      Movement of the launcher to not a smooth , the camera is also terrible . I laughed .

    • balcobomber25
      June 6, 2015

      That may be true but it has zero to do with Antutu.

  29. Guest
    June 6, 2015

    I don’t think Elephone are capable of fixing their shi*ty ROMs.

    • balcobomber25
      June 8, 2015

      Probably not but their phones have some good custom ROM’s and Elephone is one of the companies that encourages the use of other ROM’s.

  30. Don Rogers
    June 7, 2015

    Will the review cover the actual phone performance with details about signal levels, does it work well in poor signal area’s etc. The camera / GPS performance etc is interesting but does the P7000 work well as a phone.

    • balcobomber25
      June 8, 2015

      All of their reviews cover that info. It will vary from person to person how in depth it is but there is always a mention of GPS, Call Quality etc.

  31. Don Rogers
    June 7, 2015

    Will the review cover the actual phone performance with details about signal levels, does it work well in poor signal area’s etc. The camera / GPS performance etc is interesting but does the P7000 work well as a phone.

    • balcobomber25
      June 8, 2015

      All of their reviews cover that info. It will vary from person to person how in depth it is but there is always a mention of GPS, Call Quality etc.

  32. Tadej
    June 11, 2015

    Those scores are actually better than HelioX10 and I do some research and some score went over Snapdragon 810. I believe those scores are made up with ROM somehow, because it cannot have 29k in CPU integer nor 10k in mutlitask!

  33. Guest
    June 11, 2015

    Those scores are actually better than HelioX10 and I do some research and some score went over Snapdragon 810. I believe those scores are made up with ROM somehow, because it cannot have 29k in CPU integer nor 10k in mutlitask!

  34. macem
    June 11, 2015

    Well this review is nothing compared to the one posted today in at Tweakers.net. They rate it on 4/10, with a lot of comments about the build quality, performance, camera (caused of course by the ROM/software). Hope Andi will post his full review anytime now and see how feels about the phone…

  35. Guest
    June 11, 2015

    Well this review is nothing compared to the one posted today in at Tweakers.net. They rate it on 4/10, with a lot of comments about the build quality, performance, camera (caused of course by the ROM/software). Hope Andi will post his full review anytime now and see how feels about the phone…

    • Levi Li
      June 14, 2015

      coool

  36. Vagelis Minas
    June 13, 2015
    • Levi Li
      June 15, 2015

      coool

  37. Henrique Botelho
    June 27, 2015

    So this is a Jiayu S3 killer or not?? Like you said Gizchina…

  38. Henrique Botelho
    June 27, 2015

    So this is a Jiayu S3 killer or not?? Like you said Gizchina…

  39. Vicki
    June 28, 2015

    I have sent my p7000 back. I am a consumer not a tech. I wanted a phone I could enjoy straight out of the box, but got the wireless update error and could not get the forum instructions on how to flash the phone to work. But for a company to be urging folks to flash their phone and root their phone, makes me wonder how their 2 year warranty will stand up…after all if the Elephone is urging people to follow the tutorial on how to do these things and phone is bricked because the purchaser doesn’t know what they are doing, what rights does the purchaser have? Elephone were’t happy to have it coming back. So I contacted Paypal and opened a dispute.

  40. Vicki
    June 28, 2015

    I have sent my p7000 back. I am a consumer not a tech. I wanted a phone I could enjoy straight out of the box, but got the wireless update error and could not get the forum instructions on how to flash the phone to work. But for a company to be urging folks to flash their phone and root their phone, makes me wonder how their 2 year warranty will stand up…after all if the Elephone is urging people to follow the tutorial on how to do these things and phone is bricked because the purchaser doesn’t know what they are doing, what rights does the purchaser have? Elephone were’t happy to have it coming back. So I contacted Paypal and opened a dispute.

  41. Nancy
    July 31, 2015

    Free Gift for Elephone P7000

  42. Nancy
    July 31, 2015

    Free Gift for Elephone P7000