Elephone might not as high sounding as other Chinese phones (like Xioami, Huawei, Oppo… etc.) but this Shenzhen native offers a bargain one cannot resist. In mere $50 price tag, this daring mobile manufacturer offers an uber-cheap but not-too-shabby entry phone with quad-core processor. Elephone G1 might be one fine gift for a loved one who just doesn’t bother about the latest specs. Not only it is made available in Chinese soil but it goes international!
So, where does your fifty bucks go? Elephone G1 is clad in 4.5” display with 480 x 854 pixels resolution and 218ppi density. Did we mention that it contains a 4-core processor? For it is—indeed—a smartphone of quadcore MediaTek 6582M processor, regulating in 1.3GHz. Performance is rather intensified by ARM Mali-400 GPU, Android 4.4.2 Kitkat OS and 0.5GB RAM. Its technology might be a little bit late but considering the price against performance, it’s worth investing.
Snappers are 5-megapixel (primary) and 1.3MP (front) which are not bad considering other entry-level smartphones still offer VGA front cam, and they’re double Elephone G1’s price! Internal storage capacitates a mere 4GB but can still be stretched up to 32GB via microSD. Life source is based on 1800 mAh ithium-ion polymer battery.
Elephone G1 can be purchased through online stores like TinyDeal.com.
Elephone G1 Specifications
- Display : 4.5”, 480 x 854 pixels resolution
- CPU/Chipset : MediaTek 6582M, 1.3GHz Quadcore CPU
- GPU : ARM Mali-400
- OS : Android 4.4.2 Kitkat
- RAM : 512MB
- Storage : (internal) 4GB; (external) up to 32GB via microSD
- Camera : (primary) 5MP; (front) 1.3MP
- Battery : 1800 mAh