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Elephone P6000 Pro Review

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The Elephone P6000 is a 4G LTE smartphone that has an Octa Core processor and is on pre-sale till 16th August. If you need a great budget phone, then you should check this out.



Design


The here not so much to say about the design of the phone except that it is classy but it is worth knowing that it looks really beautiful.




Display


The phone is a 5.0″ HD screen. It portrays a 720×1280 pixel display and 294 PPI which is not a really great thing but I can assure you that there are more than one features that quiet compensate for this and we will get to this soon enough.




Hardware and Storage


The P6000 Pro is with Octa-Corx A53 architecture 1.5GHz processor found in the MTK6753 64 bit processor. This ensures the speed of the device. The Mali T760 GPU gives smoothed edges for graphics and also pixel filling technology.

Elephone guarantees a 300% increase in webpage rendering speed and a 100% Game loading efficiency.

The phone support network of 4G LTE on the dual SIMs. This means that you can use either SIM to surf the internet at speeds up to 150Mbps depending on your network provider.

There is also 3GB of RAM and I am sure this will help to ensure a smooth experience in the use of the P6000 Pro.

There is 16GB of internet storage meaning that you can store your important apps on phone memory while the larger ones can be saved on you memory card as there’s an expansion slot on the device.


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Camera and OS


The phone has an impressive 13.0MP front camera and a 2.0MP camera that will mean that if you life is centred around selfies, this is probably not the phone for you. 

The phone ships with Android 5.1 and gives a really great experience. I’ll ask however that if you want to enjoy the phone really well, you should install the Action Launcher 3.


On-Point Rating

This phone has an OPR of 6.6


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