The new budget ELEPHONE A6 Mini is a very interesting cheap piece with solid specs and good looks, but the makers have few extras up their sleeve. At least they are trying to point these out in comparison to the similar competition. Many of the very cheap phones are not equipped with the support for the 5 GHz Wi-Fi networks, but the A6 Mini can handle it with ease as the following video is trying to show us. So check it out to have a proof.
ELEPHONE A6 Mini offers 5,71-inch HD+ fullview screen with 1520×720 pixel resolution, 19:9 aspect ratio and decent waterdrop notch, MT6761 aka Helio A22 quad-core processor, 4 GB RAM, 32 GB / 64 GB of internal storage, 16MP+2MP dual rear cameras, 16MP selfie cam, hybrid dual SIM slot, 3180 mAh battery capacity with 5V/1.5A “super charging”, side mounted fingerprint scanner, Face Unlock tech and Android 9.0 system right out of the box.
Retail pricing for the ELEPHONE A6 Mini i set at $119.99 for the 4GB+32GB version and $139.99 for the GB+64GB one, but you can still find some extra first presale deals from major retailers. So if you get a bit lucky you can get the basic version of the phone for under $100, which is certainly not bad.