Preorder Elephone S7 Smartphone For Only $99.99 On Banggood

by Vinay Patel 0

Elephone’s newest flagship dubbed the S7 was subject to all sorts of speculations and leaks that suggested the phone will be crammed with an array of awe-inspiring specs and features. Much to the delight of smartphone lovers, the reports proved to be true when the S7 was finally launched in October 2016.

Banggood is giving Elephone fans that have restlessly been waiting to get their hands on the S7 without emptying their pocket something to cheer about in the form of a limited discount. Let’s head straight to the details.

As part of its promotion sale that kicked off on July 1st, Banggood is offering a hearty 29% off on the Elephone S7 smartphone’s original asking price. While the feature-laden S7 would normally set you back $139.99, you can now pre-order it at a considerably lowered price of just $99.99.

In other words, the Chinese online store that guarantees the best bang for your buck is giving cost-conscious buyers an opportunity to get $40 off on the phone’s retail price. On the downside, this is a limited discount which will be valid only for 999 pieces.


Elephone S7 is an irresistible smartphone that sports a big 5.5 Inch JDI Incell FHD touchscreen display with a screen resolution of 1920 X 1080 pixels. The phone features Corning Gorilla Glass 3 for added protection.

Furthermore, the S7 packs a powerful Helio X25 Deca Core processor along with an ARM Mali T880MP4 GPU, under the hood. Despite bearing a reduced price tag, the phone offers 4GB of RAM and 64GB of expandable onboard storage (up to 128GB).

With the Elephone S7, you get a 13.0MP rear-mounted camera and a 5.0MP front shooter for selfies. The phone runs Android 6.0 Marshmallow operating system and is backed by a built-in 3000mAh battery.

You can visit this link in order to check out the full specification and take advantage of the promotion sale which is slated to end on July 9th. Regrettably, there were only 108 pieces left of both black and blue color versions were left at the time of writing.