Elephone recently announced that their popular P6000 model would receive an update giving the phone more RAM, a new chip and the same low price. Here is the updated phone in action.
Elephone have a bit of a hit and miss reputation, but if one phone from the phone maker this year has continued to surprise (in the good sense) then it is the Elephone P6000. The Original P6000 was one of the first 64bit Mediatek phones on sale and also benefited from Android Lollipop and a decent 64bit chipset.
As the phone has proven to be quite a success, Elephone have decided to update the model with a new MT6753 64bit Octacore processor, 3GB RAM and Android 5.1, a stock Lollipop experience. Take a look at the phone in action in the video below.
Even with the updates and a new silver rear panel option the Elephone P6000 Pro still manages to cost around $140 online, which is a very interesting price for an octacore, 64bit phone with 3GB RAM.
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