This video has been recorded to show the difference in speed between the Ulefone Be Touch 2 and Elephone P8000, but it also gives us a good screen and size comparison too.
With rumours that Elephone have already ceased production of the Elephone P7000, the fast moving company has already released the P8000. Specs are largely the same on the P8000 as the P7000 but with a Mediatek MT6753 chipset rather than the 1.7Ghz MT6752.
The video below shows an Antutu benchmark for each phone and also compares how fast each phone loads the benchmarking tool, and also NFS. What is interesting is that although the P8000 is running a 1.3Ghz CPU there seems to be little difference in speed when opening up the game and running it over the 1.7Ghz MT6752.
If you watched the video all the way through you may have found the comparison of the devices interesting for a few other reasons. First of all we get to see the size of the two phones together. I also noted that the bezels on the P8000 seems narrower than they are on the P7000 (but still ugly).
What really caught my eye though is the screens. The screen on the Elephone P8000 seems to have a yellowish tint to it where as the Ulefone Be Touch panel doesn’t.
Both the Elephone P8000 and Ulefone Be Touch boasts 3GB RAM, Fingerprint scanners and 1920 x 1080 displays, and are on sale now.