Only 2 days until Elephone, P9000, M3, W2 and a mystery product


elephone launch 2016

For the first time in their history, Elephone are holding a launch even in China for 4 new products. 3 of them we know, the other is a mystery new product.

On the 15th January, Elephone will be holding an event in Shenzhen, China. At the event the mobile maker has already confirmed that they will unveil the Elephone P9000, Elephone M3, Elephone W2 wearable and a new mystery product.

Elephone have been teasing 4 products would launch at the show, but we assumed that they were counting the Elephone P9000 and P9000 Lite were counted as seperate products but this isn’t the case.

Some ideas of what the 4th product could be include the newly announced Elephone Explorer Pro 4K action camera, a hand-held gyro stabilizer, or maybe even another wearable. While the this product is a mystery we do know quite a lot about the other launches already.

Elephone P9000 and P9000 Lite

elephone p9000 lite

These two phones will have a Mediatek Helio P10 chipset, 4GB RAM, and run Android 6 (we’re not sure our of the box or in a coming update). Elephone have been running a crowd funding event for the P9000 where backers could earn a $50 saving by supporting the phone with a $5 deposit.

Elephone M3

Elephone M3 Pro

This will be the 3rd ‘M’ series phone from Elephone to date. The Elephone M1 and M2 have already shown that Elephone are capable of making decent all alloy phones and the M3 with updated hardware will take that a step further.

Elephone W2

elephone w2

The W2 is the 2nd wearable from Elephone and is built in to the body and behind the mechanical of a standard analogue wrist watch. The Elephone W2 will have a gold or silver metal body and be able to monitor your fitness.

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We’ll post full launch details on the 15th January. What do you think Elephone’s mystery product will be?

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