Elephone P9000 and Xiaomi Mi 5 may be two different smartphones targeted at slightly different markets, but that didn’t stop the local Chinese company from releasing a video comparing the two smartphones. The latest video released by Elephone pits the 9000 flagship against the Xiaomi Mi 5 and shows us where the former wins over the latter.
The video starts off with showing the superior packaging on the P9000 and then moves to highlight some of the key features of the device like Laser Autofocs which is absent on the Mi 5. These two are not really in the same price category since Elephone P9000 is much cheaper at $269.99 while the Mi 5 retails for a costlier price tag, somewhere around $400 via third party retailers.
You can check out the video down below for more details.
To recap, the Xiaomi Mi 5 comes with the powerful Snapdragon 820 chip under the hood while the Elephone P9000 comes with a capable Helio P10 octa-core chip. The base variant of the former features 3GB of RAM, while the P9000 comes with 4GB of RAM as standard. There will be 32GB storage on both the models.
Up front, the P9000 comes with a 5.5-inch FHD display while the Mi 5 sports a 5.15-inch FHD display. They both have Corning Gorilla Glass protection. Both are thin phones, featuring a 7.3mm body with a 3000mAh battery. At the back, the Mi 5 features a 16MP shooter with dual LED flash and OIS, while the P9000 comes with a decent 13MP camera with Laser Autofocus. The front camera on the Mi 5 is a 4MP Ultrapixel sensor, while on the P9000 it is an 8MP OV shooter.
So, what do you think? Considering their retail pricing, which one would you pick?