First hands on video of the Elephone Vowney flagship show off the phones design and fingerprint function.
Elephone aren’t a company that likes to keep its fans guessing, that’s the reason we already knew all the specifications of the 2K flagship months ago, way before an actual working prototype was ever seen.
The following video is the first time the Medaitek flagship has been seen as a working device, and shows the phones design and fingerprint scanner function.
Elephone didn’t supply any additional information with the video so we can assume the the original hardware specifications for the phone have remained unchanged during the past few months of development.
The Elephone Vowney will be the first 2K resultion Elephone phone on the market, and only one of a very few phones with such a high resolution on a small 5-inch display. The phone also boasts a Mediatek MT6795 chipset, 21 mega-pixel Sony IMX230 main camera, 8 mega-pixel front, 4GB RAM and NFC.
Elephone Vowney 2K hands on video
A couple of resellers are already listing the Elephone Vowney at a cost of just $299, which is a fairly amazing deal for such a well equipped phone, but it remains to be seen if this is the final price.
Speaking of price, Elephone are currently offering the Elephone P8000 and P6000 Pro at heavily discounted prices. More details of the offer can be found here.