Watch: Elephone P8 Achieves 12 Hours of Video Playback


The Elephone P8 is the company’s latest big screen camera-phone which comes after the smaller 5-inch P8 mini. The bigger handset other than featuring a bigger 5.5-inch display also comes with a bigger battery. Battery performance is what we’re going to observe in this video just uploaded by the phone maker.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vJzqJDTvZAQ&feature=youtu.be

As we can see in the video — which you should probably avoid watching if you still haven’t finished Breaking Bad — the Elephone P8 gets through 12 hours of flawless video playback. We must say the result appears to be quite outstanding, also considering the smartphone packs an averagely sized 3600mAh capacity battery.

Other than good battery life, the Elephone P8 packs a good rear 21MP camera with PDAF and a 16MP front-facing shooter for selfies.

elephone p8

If you want to learn more about this camera-phone with good battery life, head over to Elephone’s official website.

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6 Comments

  1. James
    July 19, 2017

    Are you kidding me? 12hours of playback?? OMG!! That means screen on time would be more than 14 hours after full charge ?
    Massive it is!

  2. Rayen
    July 20, 2017

    Can you please tell me in which resolution the videos were played? Is it 720p or 1080p or 2K or it’s 4K??
    Cause I read recently it can shoot and supports 4K videos.

    • troll
      July 20, 2017

      There were rumours it’s 8k.

      • Steven Pearson
        July 20, 2017

        8K?? U much be kidding

  3. Peter
    July 20, 2017

    Splendid! 3600mAh and able to play more that 12hrs video play back?? Great battery optimization. Shut up and take my money ???

  4. Steven Pearson
    July 20, 2017

    Decent battery backup indeed but battery backup depends on many other things as well. Like data connection on/off , WiFi on/of , brightness level , gps on/off etc.