Elephone, as we told you a few weeks back, is preparing to release the Elephone Vowney 4GB smartphone next month, but, as to be expected, the company also wants to showcase the features of the smartphone that will stand out to tech-savvy consumers. To that end, Elephone has now published a video pointing out the specifications of the upcoming device.
What are the specs and features of the Elephone Vowney 4GB? A 5.5-inch, 2K display with a 2,560 x 1440p (535ppi), an 8MP front camera, 21MP back camera with Sony’s IMX 230 camera sensor, 4K video playback and 120fps slow-motion video recording, a 64-bit, octa-core MediaTek MT6795 Helio X10 processor, 4GB of RAM (for which the Vowney 4GB is named), and 32GB of ROM, alongside of 4G connectivity on TD-LTE and FDD-LTE networks. The Elephone Vowney 4GB will come in gray (or aluminum), gold, black, and white colors and cost $299.99.
The Vowney Lite, a second Vowney device, will feature a Full HD display with a 1920 x 1080p screen resolution (400ppi), 3GB of RAM, and 16GB of ROM (with all other specs and features remaining the same) and the price will be under $250. Both devices will feature a fingerprint scanner that can be used to unlock the lock screen. Elephone showcases its 360-degree rotational fingerprint recognition to show that, unlike some smartphone models, its Vowney 4GB and 3GB smartphones will work no matter how you place your finger on the sensor (which is located on the back of the phone, right below the camera).
If you want an even bigger tease than Elephone’s video, check out our own hands-on and first impressions of the Vowney 4GB.