Things are really getting heated in the affordable flagship market as more and more Chinese companies are releasing high end gadgets at a very affordable price.
First it was Xiaomi Mi4, then came Meizu MX4 and now comes Elephone P4000. While this company may not be as famous as the other two, it sure is trying hard to get a portion of the market share as soon as possible. The Hong Kong based company already released three new cheap devices a few days back and now, its all set to launch its flagship device for the year, the Elephone P4000.
More often than not, Elephone takes design cues for its phones from successful flagships, and this time around, the P4000 takes inspiration from Xiaomi’s recently unveiled Mi4.
As you can see in the pictures, it looks a lot like Mi4, which is not really a bad thing given that we liked and praised Xiaomi’s design. The P4000 replicates the metal chassis on Xiaomi’s flagship and the overall design is as refined as well built as the Mi4.
The device will be powered by a Mediatek MT6592 Octa Core processor clocked at 1.7GHz. There’s a 5inch 720p display up front with 2GB RAM and 16GB internal memory. We still don’t know whether there’s a MicroSD card slot on the device, but we sure hope so.
On the back, there’s a 13MP camera while on the front there’s an 8MP shooter. You get 3,150 mAh battery onboard, which is frankly quite large and enough for an entire day’s usage.
Overall Elephone P4000 looks like a great flagship and if the company manages to price it competitively, then we may have a winner here.
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