Hot on the heels of the P7000 release is the announcement of the Elephone P6000 Pro. I owned and reviewed the original P6000 and found it to be a very good phone. Notably, the P6000 had an outstanding speaker, though whether the P6000 Pro will carry the same audio quality is at this point not known.

the excellent price and 2GB RAM make this a tempting mobile.

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The P6000 pro is available in 2GB and 3GB RAM versions, and notably bucks the 5.5″ trend for a 5.0″ display. For those who prefer a smaller mobile, this is very good news. The P6000 Pro LCD is 720p, giving us a ppi of 293. Storage on the Elephone P6000 Pro is 16GB.

The SoC on the Elephone P6000 Pro is 64-bit MT6753. Here MTK6753 carries an 8-core CPU clocked at 1.5GHz and the Mali-T720 GPU. While, not quite as powerful as MT6752, it’s more than enough to push Android very smoothly.

The Elephone P6000 Pro is available in black or white, supports dual-SIM, SD expansion up to 128GB.

According to Elephone, the camera is Samsung 3L2. This is a bit of a change, as the P7000 carried a Sony sensor.

From Samsung:

S5K3L2-13-megapixel, 1/3.06″ 1.12µm BSI pixel image sensor

  • Best-in-class image quality through Samsung’s proprietary 1.12µm BSI pixel
  • Support for full 13 megapixels at 24fps, enabling zero shutter lag
  • Support for 12 megapixels with digital image stabilization
$119 limited [email protected]

We notice here that the Samsung 3L2 supports digital image stabilization. Whether or not the camera app in the p8000 will support DIS is unknown. The OS on the P6000 Pro is Android 5.1.

Elephone is releasing the P6000 with 900/2100 WCDMA. The Americas will want to look elsewhere, but for those in Europe/UK/Asia, the excellent price and 2GB RAM make the Elephone P6000 Pro a tempting mobile.

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Hot on the heels of the P7000 release is the announcement of the Elephone P6000 Pro. I owned and reviewed the original P6000 and found it to be a very good phone. Notably, the P6000 had an outstanding speaker, though whether the P6000 Pro will carry the same audio...
Hot on the heels of the P7000 release is the announcement of the Elephone P6000 Pro. I owned and reviewed the original P6000 and found it to be a very good phone. <span id="more-8141"></span>Notably, the P6000 had an outstanding speaker, though whether the P6000 Pro will carry the same audio quality is at this point not known. <blockquote>the excellent price and 2GB RAM make this a tempting mobile.</blockquote> <img class=" size-full wp-image-8142 aligncenter" src="http://www.gizbeat.com/wp-content/uploads/elephone-p6000-pro-4.jpg" alt="elephone-p6000-pro-4" width="600" height="288" /> The P6000 pro is available in 2GB and 3GB RAM versions, and notably bucks the 5.5" trend for a 5.0" display. For those who prefer a smaller mobile, this is very good news. The P6000 Pro LCD is 720p, giving us a ppi of 293. Storage on the Elephone P6000 Pro is 16GB. The SoC on the Elephone P6000 Pro is 64-bit MT6753. Here MTK6753 carries an 8-core CPU clocked at 1.5GHz and the Mali-T720 GPU. While, not quite as powerful as MT6752, it's more than enough to push Android very smoothly. The Elephone P6000 Pro is available in black or white, supports dual-SIM, SD expansion up to 128GB. According to Elephone, the camera is Samsung 3L2. This is a bit of a change, as the P7000 carried a Sony sensor. <blockquote><span style="text-decoration: underline;">From Samsung:</span> S5K3L2-13-megapixel, 1/3.06" 1.12µm BSI pixel image sensor <ul class="dotList3"> <li>Best-in-class image quality through Samsung's proprietary 1.12µm BSI pixel</li> <li>Support for full 13 megapixels at 24fps, enabling zero shutter lag</li> <li>Support for 12 megapixels with digital image stabilization</li> </ul> </blockquote> <h5 style="text-align: center;"><a href="http://www.everbuying.net/m-promotion-active-150.htm" target="_blank">$119 limited [email protected]</a></h5> We notice here that the Samsung 3L2 supports digital image stabilization. Whether or not the camera app in the p8000 will support DIS is unknown. The OS on the P6000 Pro is Android 5.1. Elephone is releasing the P6000 with 900/2100 WCDMA. The Americas will want to look elsewhere, but for those in Europe/UK/Asia, the excellent price and 2GB RAM make the Elephone P6000 Pro a tempting mobile.



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