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Elephone S7 scores 86,000 on Antutu

by Dimitris Economou 4

We have said almost everything about the Elephone S7. The new device features the Helio X20 SoC which is quite powerful and with its gorgeous appearance, it makes for a tempting combination. Today, Elephone presented the results of the device on Antutu Benchmark, the most commonly used app for such tests. The device gave a score of 86,000 points. This is partly due to Elephone’s continuous efforts on working to optimize the software as more as possible.

Elephone S7 Antutu

What’s more, Elephone S7 is still continuing to optimize the phone’s performance and try solve the the most common problem among users, the high battery consumption that the majority of Android devices have.

Elephone S7 Antutu

Elephone presale has been on since mid of October, and every day users are praising it. The phone features Helio X20 chip and maximum memory up to 4GB/64GB. The display is a FHD 5.5″ panel and the operating system is Android 6.0 with an update to Android 7.0 definitely coming. There are 4 colors avalable.  Gold, Blue , Black and Green. A 15-layer sheathing is used on the back cover to achieve the impressive lumia wave. Apart from being pretty, the design provides a sense of secure grip.

You can preorder the Elephone S7 directly from the official eshop of the company here.

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  • Muhammad Yasir

    fishy af

  • Raky_b

    Hardware side is very good for asked money, but does elephone provide any support for their products!?

    • Wolvie

      Who ever said that elephoney hardware side is good ?
      On the paper YES, but in reality they NEVER gave what they promised.

      This is why some of us (who unfortunately bought and used Elephoney products before) utterly disgusted Elephoney brand.

      I just wondering how come this elephoney brand still survive until now with so many users complain about their inferior products.

    • Adam Irvine

      Ye their build quality is usually pretty pi$$ poor…

      P8000 was utter [email protected]! – for example…