Malaysia is Elephone’s next stop

Elephone may have built an image that it’ll quickly want to get rid of, but there’s no denying the fact that the OEM is growing at breakneck speed.

There’s a lot of different smartphone lineups that they have under their belt, the newest being the Elephone Q, the tiny little smartphone.

Only recently did Elephone announce their plans for India (where they’ve tied up with iberry), and there’s more news already.


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The Chinese OEM posted via social media that the company would now be entering the Malaysian market via (sic) Lazada, Lelong, Groupon, Logon, 11 Street,,, Gemfive, Ensogo.

Elephone say that they’ll be offering the P8000, the upcoming Vowney and their new Trunk via these webstores. There’s no timeline mentioned yet, however.

Honestly I’m a little surprised by how fast Elephone has been expanding lately. If you missed it, Elephone is also the firm behind the marketing of Lenovo’s ZUK, which came as another surprise.

Any Malaysians here looking to take home one of the three products mentioned here? Let us know!

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  1. Freeje
    August 28, 2015

    They conquered a lot of fools!

    • Airyl
      August 28, 2015

      What’s that supposed to mean?

  2. ronn
    August 28, 2015

    Gearbest P8000 selling USD169.99, selling USD205, ha ha I think I’ll pass

  3. Joeffrey Sylvester
    August 28, 2015

    Nice! Please bring to Indonesia too.

  4. Pip_X
    August 30, 2015

    I’m a Malaysian.
    I can import Elephone phones from China much more cheaper than buying locally from Elephone Malaysia.
    Also they don’t offer the best model – P6000 pro.

    • kzm
      September 1, 2015

      but you will lose Elephone 12 month local warranty, local Malaysia EMEI, charger made for Malaysia and no need to pay SIRIM certicication (if stuck in customs)

  5. R. Tina
    August 31, 2015

    good news can get the phone $169.99

  6. Tommy
    September 6, 2015

    Good news for Malaysia