Several months back I reviewed the Elephone MT6582 P3000. This model from Elephone carried the fine distinction of being the only Elephone I’ve reviewed (out of 6) that didn’t have critical issues. Elephone’s just getting their engines revved though, as they’re a relatively new company. Very smart regarding marketing, but the QC/software build/hardware build departments require some serious shaping up.

Now up for review is the MT6752 P3000S. Style wise there have been no changes from the MT6582 P3000. As well, many of the components are working in similar fashion, so several sections will be pasted from the previous review, with edits where necessary.

It’s obvious a lot of thought went into the design of the Elephone P3000

MT6752 Elephone P3000S review design / build / style

If there’s one flaw with the design of the P3000S, it’s the back piece. Whatever material they used here, it seems somewhat absorbent. I’ve tested both the black and the white P3000S. The black is moderately prone to fingerprints, and the white one absorbs dust and begins to looks dirty after just a few days in the pocket. This is a minor consideration, but worth mentioning. Choosing between the two, I would take the black one as it cleans up nicely.

It’s obvious a lot of thought went into the design of the Elephone P3000S. Check out the cool capacitive buttons. Though unlit, these modern-styled dot shapes are just a few of the little things Elephone has added to make the phone unique.

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On the black version of the phone, the camera and fingerprint reader sits in a black cylinder accentuated by silver and red, which adds significant class and character to the phone.

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The sides taper into the back, and the top and bottom curve slightly adding further flavor to the P3000.

There is a notification LED which is capable of showing all colors. A few of them are selectable in the Android settings menu or you can use a 3rd party app for notification color control.

elephone-p3000-review-Screenshot_2015-01-20-22-13-38

The power buttons and volume buttons give a tactile click. There are minor creaks in the back piece, but overall the phone feels very solid.

MT6752 Elephone P3000S review components

The OTG on the Elephone P3000S works perfectly. I tested a mouse, a gamepad and an SD reader and they were all detected and working without issue and with no adjustments needed.

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The compass on the Elephone P3000 is working without issue.

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The fingerprint scanner is working with no problems. As long as you don’t do a sloppy swipe, the fingerprint scanner does it’s job well.

GPS on the MT6752 Elephone P3000S is good. Connecting indoors under concrete without any problem and outdoors several satellites hit high-30’s and occasionally even mid-40’s.

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MT6752 Elephone P3000S review OS

The OS on the P3000S is KitKat 4.4.4. As with all of Elephone’s recent ROMs, this one came already rooted. For beginners this is a huge time saver, and for those who are tech savvy it can save a minor hassle.

Thankfully the root and SU is SuperSU. That their phones are coming rooted and with a proper SU shows Elephone at least partially have their thinking caps on. The SU updated via standard SU installation without issue.

MT6752 is pushing 1080p on the P3000 without issue. The OS is smooth. All apps I tested worked without any problems. Play Store runs, installs and updates apps without issue. The standard array of test apps I use, as well as the popular apps such as Facebook / Skype / Line app / Gmail / Maps run without a hitch. There were zero force closes from any apps during my time with the phone.

Slow scrolling and sliding is smooth in all situations. There were no double-taps or ghost touches. Rapid typing went off flawlessly. Auto brightness is operating normally and transitioning smoothly between levels.

As with the P6000, the P3000S has all storage relegated to internal.

As with the P6000, the P3000S has all storage relegated to internal. The total storage available is about 13GB. This is easily enough space for many hundreds of apps. This should give even the most hardcore users more than enough space for everything they need to fit as storage is expandable by adding an SD card. Many apps and games nowadays allow themselves and/or their data to be moved to SD.

One thing of note here, as mentioned several times in the past, Elephone has been great with their marketing techniques, but sometimes things are taken a bit far. There is an Elephone ‘Service’ app installed into the system which brings you to Elephone forums. To me this seems fine, however the app also triggers alerts in the notification bar from Elephone whenever they want to blast you with a notification. This is a minor gripe though, as this app can be frozen or removed.

MT6752 Elephone P3000S battery life and charging

With my standard test of running a 720P video over WiFi at low brightness, the P3000S achieved 6 hours. The P3000S is deep sleeping without issue.

Often the phone charges to 89%, then hangs for extended periods of time before reaching 100%. I believe this is due to a miscalibrated charging system, as charging the battery fully in an external charger and placing it back in the phone still shows it as 89%. What’s more, when placing the same battery in the MT6582 P3000, it shows 100%. In this case, I don’t think it’s a case of not charging the battery fully, but one of miscalibration.

MT6752 Elephone P3000S review frequency support

For those just coming to the China phone market, I’d like to note it wasn’t but 8 months ago that low-mid priced China phones were coming only with 850/2100 WCDMA.

Elephone has made a great move with the P3000S and given it worldwide 3G support with its 850/900/1900/2100 WCDMA.

It’s an awesome thing to see phones now starting to come more regularly with quad-band worldwide 3G support. Some brands are slow to catch on, but Elephone has made a great move with the P3000S and given it worldwide 3G support with its 850/900/1900/2100 WCDMA.

Also included is LTE/4G bands 1,3,7 & 20 which gives it 4G support for a good portion of the world, including Asia, Africa, Europe, Middle East, Oceania, South America and Central America.

According to the LTE carrier list, Rogers network in Canada is on band 7 as well. Most of North America is out of luck here, but the phone does support H+ 3G, which I find to be easily quick enough for even image heavy pages and with a strong connection can sometimes be as fast as LTE.

MT6752 Elephone P3000S review performance

The Elephone P3000 scored 38,700 on Antutu with a 3D score of 8200 (1080P).

The P3000S can run modern 3D games fluently and scored a 23FPS average on Asphalt 8 (default settings). It’s interesting to note that the MT6582 actually scored higher here with an average of 28FPS. The difference here is that the P3000S is pushing double the pixels with it’s 1080P display. Though the average FPS was less, Asphalt still remains smooth and playable.

With 3DMark Ice Storm the P3000S maxed out the 720P test.

MT6752 Elephone P3000S review mic / earpiece / external speaker

The earpiece on the P3000 is very good and I needed to turn the sound down in a couple of phone calls because it was too loud. The mic works without issue and there was never any problems with the other parties hearing me.

The external speaker can be rated as good. It’s not exceptionally loud, but the quality is decent and while watching YouTube movies voices can easily be heard and understood.

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MT6752 Elephone P3000S review display

The 5.0″ 1080p OGS/IPS display on the P3000S is excellent. Viewing angles are great and the colors are rich. All corners are free of light bleed. 1080P on a 5.0″ screen gives a true retina experience.

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MT6752 Elephone P3000S review camera / images / pictures

The images from the P3000S are good. The crops are 100% crops of 13MP, as opposed to 8MP with the MT6582 P3000 review. Dynamic range is decent, there’s no evidence of heavy artifacting or sharpening even when cropping to 100%.

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Take a look at the images below. These pictures are all SOOC (straight out of camera) with zero editing. The cropped images are 100% crops of 13MP images.


Conclusion Summary
$187 w/Coupon Code EP3GB

Order P3000S

Phones to consider
Elephone P7000 ($198 w/code EP7000)
Jiayu S3 3GB 2015 ($200 no code needed)
Asus Zenfone 2 (2GB: $245 w/code ASUSZ2GB)
Asus Zenfone 2 (4GB: $313 w/code ASUSZ4GB)
Elephone P3000S MT6752 ($187 w/code EP3GB)
Ulefone Be Touch ($198 w/code BETOUCH)
  • Miscalibrated charging system (doesn’t affect battery life, only affects what % shows)
  • Elephone service app hijacks notification area (can be removed or frozen)
  • Absorbent back piece (no problem with black version)

  • OTG, compass, GPS all working well
  • Very strong WiFi
  • Bug free KitKat 4.4.4
  • Good camera
  • Dual-SIM + SD expansion support
  • 3GB RAM
  • Good battery life
  • Great 1080P IPS/OGS display
  • Worldwide 3G 850/900/1900/2100
$187 w/Coupon Code EP3GB

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MT6752 Elephone P3000S review closing comments

The Elephone MT6752 P3000S is in with some very heavy competition, as a plethora of very good phones with worldwide 3G and relatively powerful MT67xx SoC phones have been released, with many more coming soon — including their very own P7000.

See the top five 3GB RAM phones

Despite the possibly miscalibrated charging system, Elephone has put together a solid phone here with good GPS, a great looking display, good camera and a unique style and the P3000S comes recommended. If the high specs of the MT6752 P3000S is more than you need, take a look at the MT6582 720P P3000 to save some dough.

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Several months back I reviewed the Elephone MT6582 P3000. This model from Elephone carried the fine distinction of being the only Elephone I've reviewed (out of 6) that didn't have critical issues. Elephone's just getting their engines revved though, as they're a relatively new company. Very smart regarding marketing,...
Several months back I reviewed the Elephone MT6582 P3000. This model from Elephone carried the fine distinction of being the only Elephone I've reviewed (out of 6) that didn't have critical issues. Elephone's just getting their engines revved though, as they're a relatively new company. Very smart regarding marketing, but the QC/software build/hardware build departments require some serious shaping up. Now up for review is the MT6752 P3000S. Style wise there have been no changes from the MT6582 P3000. As well, many of the components are working in similar fashion, so several sections will be pasted from the previous review, with edits where necessary. <span id="more-7564"></span> <blockquote>It's obvious a lot of thought went into the design of the Elephone P3000</blockquote> <h6><span style="text-decoration: underline;">MT6752 Elephone P3000S review design / build / style</span></h6> If there's one flaw with the design of the P3000S, it's the back piece. Whatever material they used here, it seems somewhat absorbent. I've tested both the black and the white P3000S. The black is moderately prone to fingerprints, and the white one absorbs dust and begins to looks dirty after just a few days in the pocket. This is a minor consideration, but worth mentioning. Choosing between the two, I would take the black one as it cleans up nicely. It's obvious a lot of thought went into the design of the Elephone P3000S. Check out the cool capacitive buttons. Though unlit, these modern-styled dot shapes are just a few of the little things Elephone has added to make the phone unique. <img class="aligncenter wp-image-6325 size-large" src="http://www.gizbeat.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/01/elephone-p3000-review-IMG_4471-450x338.jpg" alt="elephone-p3000-review-IMG_4471" width="450" height="338" /> On the black version of the phone, the camera and fingerprint reader sits in a black cylinder accentuated by silver and red, which adds significant class and character to the phone. <img class="aligncenter wp-image-7370 size-large" src="http://www.gizbeat.com/wp-content/uploads/elephone-p3000-review-IMG_4474-450x350.jpg" alt="elephone-p3000-review-IMG_4474" width="450" height="350" /> The sides taper into the back, and the top and bottom curve slightly adding further flavor to the P3000. There is a notification LED which is capable of showing all colors. A few of them are selectable in the Android settings menu or you can use a 3rd party app for notification color control. <a href="http://www.gizbeat.com/wp-content/uploads/elephone-p3000-review-Screenshot_2015-01-20-22-13-38.jpg"><img class="aligncenter size-thumbnail wp-image-7371" src="http://www.gizbeat.com/wp-content/uploads/elephone-p3000-review-Screenshot_2015-01-20-22-13-38-150x150.jpg" alt="elephone-p3000-review-Screenshot_2015-01-20-22-13-38" width="150" height="150" /></a> The power buttons and volume buttons give a tactile click. There are minor creaks in the back piece, but overall the phone feels very solid. <h6><span style="text-decoration: underline;">MT6752 Elephone P3000S review components</span></h6> The OTG on the Elephone P3000S works perfectly. I tested a mouse, a gamepad and an SD reader and they were all detected and working without issue and with no adjustments needed. <a href="http://www.gizbeat.com/wp-content/uploads/elephone-p3000-review-IMG_4320.jpg"><img class="aligncenter size-thumbnail wp-image-7373" src="http://www.gizbeat.com/wp-content/uploads/elephone-p3000-review-IMG_4320-150x150.jpg" alt="elephone-p3000-review-IMG_4320" width="150" height="150" /></a> The compass on the Elephone P3000 is working without issue. <a href="http://www.gizbeat.com/wp-content/uploads/elephone-p3000-review-Screenshot_2015-01-17-20-06-10.jpg"><img class="aligncenter size-thumbnail wp-image-7374" src="http://www.gizbeat.com/wp-content/uploads/elephone-p3000-review-Screenshot_2015-01-17-20-06-10-150x150.jpg" alt="elephone-p3000-review-Screenshot_2015-01-17-20-06-10" width="150" height="150" /></a> The fingerprint scanner is working with no problems. As long as you don't do a sloppy swipe, the fingerprint scanner does it's job well. GPS on the MT6752 Elephone P3000S is good. Connecting indoors under concrete without any problem and outdoors several satellites hit high-30's and occasionally even mid-40's. <a href="http://www.gizbeat.com/wp-content/uploads/p3000s-Screenshot_2015-04-28-13-05-25.jpg"><img class=" size-full wp-image-7570 aligncenter" src="http://www.gizbeat.com/wp-content/uploads/p3000s-Screenshot_2015-04-28-13-05-25.jpg" alt="p3000s-Screenshot_2015-04-28-13-05-25" width="275" height="489" /></a> <h6><span style="text-decoration: underline;">MT6752 Elephone P3000S review OS</span></h6> The OS on the P3000S is KitKat 4.4.4. As with all of Elephone's recent ROMs, this one came already rooted. For beginners this is a huge time saver, and for those who are tech savvy it can save a minor hassle. Thankfully the root and SU is SuperSU. That their phones are coming rooted and with a proper SU shows Elephone at least partially have their thinking caps on. The SU updated via standard SU installation without issue. MT6752 is pushing 1080p on the P3000 without issue. The OS is smooth. All apps I tested worked without any problems. Play Store runs, installs and updates apps without issue. The standard array of test apps I use, as well as the popular apps such as Facebook / Skype / Line app / Gmail / Maps run without a hitch. There were zero force closes from any apps during my time with the phone. Slow scrolling and sliding is smooth in all situations. There were no double-taps or ghost touches. Rapid typing went off flawlessly. Auto brightness is operating normally and transitioning smoothly between levels. <blockquote>As with the P6000, the P3000S has all storage relegated to internal.</blockquote> As with the P6000, the P3000S has all storage relegated to internal. The total storage available is about 13GB. This is easily enough space for many hundreds of apps. This should give even the most hardcore users more than enough space for everything they need to fit as storage is expandable by adding an SD card. Many apps and games nowadays allow themselves and/or their data to be moved to SD. One thing of note here, as mentioned several times in the past, Elephone has been great with their marketing techniques, but sometimes things are taken a bit far. There is an Elephone 'Service' app installed into the system which brings you to Elephone forums. To me this seems fine, however the app also triggers alerts in the notification bar from Elephone whenever they want to blast you with a notification. This is a minor gripe though, as this app can be frozen or removed. <h6><span style="text-decoration: underline;">MT6752 Elephone P3000S battery life and charging</span></h6> With my standard test of running a 720P video over WiFi at low brightness, the P3000S achieved 6 hours. The P3000S is deep sleeping without issue. Often the phone charges to 89%, then hangs for extended periods of time before reaching 100%. I believe this is due to a miscalibrated charging system, as charging the battery fully in an external charger and placing it back in the phone still shows it as 89%. What's more, when placing the same battery in the MT6582 P3000, it shows 100%. In this case, I don't think it's a case of not charging the battery fully, but one of miscalibration. <h6><span style="text-decoration: underline;">MT6752 Elephone P3000S review frequency support</span></h6> For those just coming to the China phone market, I'd like to note it wasn't but 8 months ago that low-mid priced China phones were coming only with 850/2100 WCDMA. <blockquote>Elephone has made a great move with the P3000S and given it worldwide 3G support with its 850/900/1900/2100 WCDMA.</blockquote> It's an awesome thing to see phones now starting to come more regularly with quad-band worldwide 3G support. Some brands are slow to catch on, but Elephone has made a great move with the P3000S and given it worldwide 3G support with its 850/900/1900/2100 WCDMA. Also included is LTE/4G bands 1,3,7 & 20 which gives it 4G support for a good portion of the world, including Asia, Africa, Europe, Middle East, Oceania, South America and Central America. According to the LTE carrier list, Rogers network in Canada is on band 7 as well. Most of North America is out of luck here, but the phone does support H+ 3G, which I find to be easily quick enough for even image heavy pages and with a strong connection can sometimes be as fast as LTE. <h6><span style="text-decoration: underline;">MT6752 Elephone P3000S review performance </span></h6> The Elephone P3000 scored 38,700 on Antutu with a 3D score of 8200 (1080P). The P3000S can run modern 3D games fluently and scored a 23FPS average on Asphalt 8 (default settings). It's interesting to note that the MT6582 actually scored higher here with an average of 28FPS. The difference here is that the P3000S is pushing double the pixels with it's 1080P display. Though the average FPS was less, Asphalt still remains smooth and playable. With 3DMark Ice Storm the P3000S maxed out the 720P test. <h6><span style="text-decoration: underline;">MT6752 Elephone P3000S review mic / earpiece / external speaker</span></h6> The earpiece on the P3000 is very good and I needed to turn the sound down in a couple of phone calls because it was too loud. The mic works without issue and there was never any problems with the other parties hearing me. The external speaker can be rated as good. It's not exceptionally loud, but the quality is decent and while watching YouTube movies voices can easily be heard and understood. <a href="http://www.gizbeat.com/wp-content/uploads/elephone-p3000-review-IMG_4466.jpg"><img class="aligncenter size-large wp-image-7391" src="http://www.gizbeat.com/wp-content/uploads/elephone-p3000-review-IMG_4466-450x338.jpg" alt="elephone-p3000-review-IMG_4466" width="450" height="338" /></a> <h6><span style="text-decoration: underline;">MT6752 Elephone P3000S review display</span></h6> The 5.0" 1080p OGS/IPS display on the P3000S is excellent. Viewing angles are great and the colors are rich. All corners are free of light bleed. 1080P on a 5.0" screen gives a true retina experience. <a href="http://www.gizbeat.com/wp-content/uploads/elephone-p3000-review-IMG_4486.jpg"><img class="aligncenter size-large wp-image-7390" src="http://www.gizbeat.com/wp-content/uploads/elephone-p3000-review-IMG_4486-450x202.jpg" alt="elephone-p3000-review-IMG_4486" width="450" height="202" /></a> <h6><span style="text-decoration: underline;">MT6752 Elephone P3000S review camera / images / pictures</span></h6> The images from the P3000S are good. The crops are 100% crops of 13MP, as opposed to 8MP with the MT6582 P3000 review. Dynamic range is decent, there's no evidence of heavy artifacting or sharpening even when cropping to 100%. <a href="http://www.gizbeat.com/wp-content/uploads/elephone-p3000-review-IMG_4472.jpg"><img class="aligncenter size-large wp-image-7389" src="http://www.gizbeat.com/wp-content/uploads/elephone-p3000-review-IMG_4472-450x338.jpg" alt="elephone-p3000-review-IMG_4472" width="450" height="338" /></a> Take a look at the images below. These pictures are all SOOC (straight out of camera) with zero editing. The cropped images are 100% crops of 13MP images. <hr class="style-four" /> <table style="background-color: #f0f0f0; box-shadow: 4px 4px 5px #999;"> <tbody> <tr> <th style="vertical-align: middle; color: white; text-align: center; background-color: #3399ff;" colspan="2"><strong><strong>Conclusion Summary</strong></strong></th> </tr> <tr> <td style="padding: 15px;" width="50%"> <div style="text-align: center;"><a href="http://goo.gl/FXC4Jp" target="_blank" rel="nofollow"><img class="alignnone wp-image-7574 size-full" src="http://www.gizbeat.com/wp-content/uploads/p3000s-1.png" alt="" width="202" height="398" /></a></div> <div style="text-align: center;"></div> <h6 style="text-align: center;">$187 w/Coupon Code EP3GB</h6> <center><a href="http://goo.gl/FXC4Jp" target="_blank" rel="nofollow"><span class="btn6">Order P3000S</span></a></center> <table style="margin: auto; width: auto; border: none; text-align: left; font-size: 125%; background-color: #f0f0f0; box-shadow: 4px 4px 5px #999;" border="0" cellspacing="2" cellpadding="2"> <tbody> <tr> <th style="vertical-align: middle; color: white; text-align: center; background-color: #3399ff;" colspan="1"><strong>Phones to consider</strong></th> </tr> <tr> <td style="vertical-align: top;"><strong><strong><strong><img class="alignleft" src="http://www.gizbeat.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/02/right3green.png" alt="" width="20" height="20" />Elephone P7000 <a href="http://goo.gl/lqosn9" target="_blank">($198 w/code EP7000)</a> </strong></strong></strong></td> </tr> <tr> <td style="vertical-align: top;"><strong><strong><strong><img class="alignleft" src="http://www.gizbeat.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/02/right3green.png" alt="" width="20" height="20" />Jiayu S3 3GB 2015 <a href="http://goo.gl/LcxTgw" target="_blank">($200 no code needed)</a> </strong></strong></strong></td> </tr> <tr> <td style="vertical-align: top;"><strong><strong><strong><img class="alignleft" src="http://www.gizbeat.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/02/right3green.png" alt="" width="20" height="20" />Asus Zenfone 2 <a href="http://goo.gl/Ttok10" target="_blank">(2GB: $245 w/code ASUSZ2GB)</a> </strong></strong></strong></td> </tr> <tr> <td style="vertical-align: top;"><strong><strong><strong><img class="alignleft" src="http://www.gizbeat.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/02/right3green.png" alt="" width="20" height="20" />Asus Zenfone 2 <a href="http://goo.gl/e3uMQu" target="_blank">(4GB: $313 w/code ASUSZ4GB)</a> </strong></strong></strong></td> </tr> <tr> <td style="vertical-align: top;"><strong><strong><strong><img class="alignleft" src="http://www.gizbeat.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/02/right3green.png" alt="" width="20" height="20" />Elephone P3000S MT6752 <a href="http://goo.gl/FXC4Jp" target="_blank">($187 w/code EP3GB)</a> </strong></strong></strong></td> </tr> <tr> <td style="vertical-align: top;"><strong><strong><strong><img class="alignleft" src="http://www.gizbeat.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/02/right3green.png" alt="" width="20" height="20" />Ulefone Be Touch <a href="http://goo.gl/wVgXuS" target="_blank">($198 w/code BETOUCH)</a></strong></strong></strong></td> </tr> </tbody> </table> </td> <td style="padding: 15px;"> <ul class="considerandroid"> <li>Miscalibrated charging system (doesn't affect battery life, only affects what % shows)</li> <li>Elephone service app hijacks notification area (can be removed or frozen)</li> <li>Absorbent back piece (no problem with black version) <hr /> </li> </ul> <ul class="goodandroid"> <li>OTG, compass, GPS all working well</li> <li>Very strong WiFi</li> <li>Bug free KitKat 4.4.4</li> <li>Good camera</li> <li>Dual-SIM + SD expansion support</li> <li>3GB RAM</li> <li>Good battery life</li> <li>Great 1080P IPS/OGS display</li> <li>Worldwide 3G 850/900/1900/2100</li> </ul> <h6 style="text-align: center;">$187 w/Coupon Code EP3GB</h6> <center><a href="http://goo.gl/FXC4Jp" target="_blank" rel="nofollow"><span class="btn6">Order [email protected]</span></a></center>  <center><strong><a href="http://www.chinaphonearena.com/forum/showthread.php?tid=10092" target="_blank">See the top five 3GB RAM phones</a></strong></center>  <center><strong><a href="http://www.chinaphonearena.com/forum/forumdisplay.php?fid=68" target="_blank">Post a thread in which phone should I buy forum</a></strong></center></td> </tr> </tbody> </table> <h6><span style="text-decoration: underline;">MT6752 Elephone P3000S review closing comments</span></h6> The Elephone MT6752 P3000S is in with some very heavy competition, as a plethora of very good phones with worldwide 3G and relatively powerful MT67xx SoC phones have been released, with many more coming soon -- including <a href="http://www.chinaphonearena.com/forum/showthread.php?tid=10092" target="_blank">their very own P7000</a>. <h5 style="text-align: center;"><a href="http://www.chinaphonearena.com/forum/showthread.php?tid=10092" target="_blank">See the top five 3GB RAM phones</a></h5> Despite the possibly miscalibrated charging system, Elephone has put together a solid phone here with good GPS, a great looking display, good camera and a unique style and the P3000S comes recommended. If the high specs of the MT6752 P3000S is more than you need, take a look at the <a href="http://www.gizbeat.com/7369/elephone-p3000-review-mtk65821gb8gb/">MT6582 720P P3000</a> to save some dough.

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