This Elephone P8 is another finely finished smartphone with specifications that qualifies it to go toe-to-toe with premium smartphones from top manufacturers. But before I go on to spell out these specifications and duly review the Elephone P8, let me quickly ask if anyone else has noticeed how small and budding OEMs have been giving big manufacturers a run for their money. The smartphone game is swiftly changing.
Let’s start from the colour, the Elephone P8 comes in 3 different colour variants; Red, Gold, and Black. One of the particular things i love about the Elephone P8′ design is the frontal part which is entirely made of glass. Even the home button that doubles as a fingerprint scanner is also made of glass. In case you plan to own a unit of this device, you will have to be extra careful when handling the device. My recommendation is that, you should get a fully faced screen protector upon purchase of the device.
Volume adjustment keys are located on the device’s left, while the right side of the Elephone P8 harbors the power and lock button. For enlightenment purposes, the Elephone P8 has some little resemblance with iPhones. Above the volume buttons, is a mute button to quickly put your device on silent.
Elephone P8 has a 5.5-inch FullHD 1920 x 1080 pixels resolute screen. The screen is a JDI LCD type of screen that is known for its high pixel density. Hope that explains why this device has a relatively high pixel density of 428ppi which will provide nothing short of super clear and crystal images.
PROCESSOR, OS & STORAGE of Elephone
Elephone P8 on the order hand, is powered by MediaTek’s Helio P25 Octa-core processor. Working alongside this processor for smooth functioning of the device is a massive 6GB RAM. On the P8, you can run as many applications as you want.
Again, the latest Android Nougat v7.0 is what the Elephone P8 comes out of the box with. This will enable you to enjoy the lovely features of the Android Nougat and store as many files as you want on the 64GB in-built storage. You can double up the storage up to 128GB using an external micro SD card.
As for camera, the Elephone P8 is also a beast in this field. A 21-megapixels camera is located at the rear, and just below it, a LED flash. The 16-megapixels front facing camera also has a soft LED light for bright selfies especially at night-time.
This Elephone is powered by a 3,600mAh battery. The battery pack is non-removable and there is no quick charge or flash charge support. But on the average, the Elephone P8 performs well and lasts long if fully charged.
There are some Chinese companies that are somehow managing to sell high-end phones for incredibly low prices than their actual values demand. Elephone is in the vanguard. It offered its high-end P7000, with fingerprint scanner, full HD, octacore, 3GB RAM and 13 MP camera, only for $220. Besides, Elephone is soon all set to dazzle everybody by offering a phone with 4GB RAM, 2.2 GHz MedtaTek octacore processor that beats Snapdragon 810 in Geekbench test. ELEPHONE VOWNEY is a phone running on Android 5.1 Lollipop and it has 20 MP primary camera accompanied by a 8MP front camera. Additionally, like most other Elephone flagship phones, this phone also features biometric fingerprint sensor.
Unique Features of ELEPHONE VOWNEY
- Display– Quad HD, 5.5 inches IPS LCD protected with Corning Gorilla glass 3
- Processor – MT6795 Octa Core 2.2GHz
- CPU– IMG G6200 700MHz
- RAM– 4GB
- Storage– 32 GB internal and up to 64 GB expandable memory
- Camera – 20.7 MP primary and 8MP secondary, 4K video recording
- Battery– 3800 mAh
- Multi ROM support
- Fingerprint sensor