What measures 9mm and has a 20 day battery life?


What comes with a 9mm thick body hardware that isn’t to be sniffed at and a battery life of 20 days? The answer? The Elephone Fighter.

It’s that time of the year again, the time when Elephone’s marketing team kicks things up a notch and reaches out to the media with details of the next big thing, only this time around we think they might be on to something.

The new must have Elephone will be named the Elephone Fighter and follows the current trend of speccing a large battery for improved battery life, only this time around Elephone has gone and kept hardware levels and flagship standard, and on paper, the Elephant Fighter is one very promising phone.

The headline feature of the Elephone Fighter is the phone’s huge 5000mAh battery and claimed 20 day standby time, which equates to 23 hours of usage, impressive figures from a phone that measures only 9mm thick and weighs just 160g!

But unlike other brands that just wade into the market with a large battery and not much else, Elephone has been smart enough to build the rest of the hardware up to a level that even flagship phone customers will want to take a look at.

We don’t have the full details but what Elephone has revealed about the Elephone Fighter is a phone with 4GB RAM, 64GB internal memory, the option of running a 128GB SD card, 5.5inch FHD display, 13 megapixel main camera, 16 megapixel front and Android 7.0 OS.

All of those components are built into a 9mm thick metal body with an “outstanding” appearance.

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At this stage, we’ve no idea if Elephone will use a Mediatek chipset or a Qualcomm never mind the pricing of the handset, but judging by previous launches we don’t expect an astronomical launch price.

Keep your eyes on GizChina.com for more info about the Elephone Fighter as we receive it.

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