Recently, a GizChina reader posed an interesting situation: testing a phone’s GPS without ANY network connected to it (besides GPS satellites).
We took the all new Elephone P9000 that just landed at the GizChina office to test the phone in the exact fashion, and results are here for all to see.
Elephone P9000 GPS Test: No SIM, no WiFi
As you can see from the video, the P9000 has some good GPS hardware. To make things tougher for the phone, we did not connect to GPS any time before the test so the .conf files could be overwritten.
Evidently, the Elephone P9000 has some impressive GPS functionality.
If you haven’t been around lately, you would be excited to know that the P9000 is one of the first (if not the first) MediaTek Helio P10 MT6755 phones. It only landed in our hands last night, but we’ve already posted a hands-on article and an unboxing video with it.
What do you think of the phone’s GPS capabilities?