Video : 21 steps in the Elephone P9000 production

And now just one small interesting video, Elephone has published on their official Youtube channel a shortened version of Elephone P9000 creation literally from the first tiny component to the fully assembled phone. So surely worth taking a look 🙂

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Elephone P9000 is already well known device and have covered many articles about it, but cant hurt to sum up its specs just in case:

  • 5,5-inch FullHD display
  • Helio P10 octacore processor
  • 4 GB RAM
  • 32 GB storage
  • 13 MPix main camera Sony IMX258 with dual LED flash
  • 8 Mpix front cam
  • 3000 mAh battery
  • Android 6.0 Marshmallow
  • fingerprint scanner
  • NFC, USB type-C, Smart Key, E-Touch
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  1. MattD
    April 7, 2016

    Skipping 22nd step, “quality control”, are we?

    • balcobomber25
      April 7, 2016

      They are also skipping the 23rd step, shipping.

      • Manjurul Islam
        April 7, 2016


      • Karly Johnston
        April 8, 2016

        Skipping 24th step, after sales service.

        • giveup
          April 9, 2016

          Skipping 25th step OS patch

          • Stef
            April 11, 2016

            That’s actually a good thing. Hardware companies (especially small ones) should stay in hardware. The community rom of Elephone P8000 (CM12.1) is muuuch better than anything Elephone could do. Double Tap to Wake, no battery bug, Lighting fast Fingertip, snappy performance.

            If a bunch of enthusiasts can do a better rom often better than the ones that big firms make, it tells you quite a bit about the state of Android software. It’s mostly of low quality because there is no proper specialization. Hardware firms also do the software, as if it is some kind of oven or whatever…

            Phones should be like PCs, separate companies to make the hardware and separate ones the software. PC won the battle by doing that, Android phones are losing in profitability because they didn’t understand what Intel and Microsoft did on PCs … a partnership is better than designing everything in-house…

            I Applaud Elephone’s neglect of software. Very few chinese phones have as good software as Elephone’s P8000 as a result …

  2. Reggie
    April 7, 2016

    When p9000 edge come to live?

  3. christos christou
    April 10, 2016

    the first HELIP P10 phone is going to be the last haha i cancelled my preorder and next week i’m going to get my m3 note !!!!! I HOPE PEOPLE UYOU DID THE SAME