Monday, June 6, 2016

Elephone M2 Dual-SIM Smartphone with MediaTek Octa-Core CPU, 3GB RAM, and 32GB Storage

The Chinese smartphone brand Elephone has another 64-bit octa-core powered 5.5-inch variant, the Elephone M2. It is also treated with 3GB of memory and doubled the storage capacity of the other Elephone P8000 for 32GB eMMC. As I compare these two different models, aside from having a high capacity storage, the M2 line shows a common specs to my previously featured brand.

And for now, the revolution of octa-core powered handsets continue to rise in number. These models with MediaTek's processors are expected to hit the global market few weeks from now. And maybe, you can catch this handsets with other names or under the flagship of their respective distributors just like of what happened to other China-made smartphones.

To know more about Elephone M2, see the following table below:

Operating SystemAndroid 5.1 (Lollipop)
CPU64-bit MediaTek MTK6753 at 1.3GHz (Octa-Core)
Memory3GB LPDDR3
Storage32GB eMMC with up to 128GB extended flash storage support
Screen Size5.5-inch Capacitive IPS Touch-Screen
Display/Resolution1920 x 1080-pixel Full High-Definition (FHD)
Camera13-megapixel (main or rear-facing), 5-megapixel (front-facing)
Graphic CardARM Mali T720
Supported PortsMicro USB, Micro-SIM slots, Standard 3.5-mm headset jack
Connectivity802.11b/g/n WiFi, Bluetooth 4.0, 3G, 4G
Body Dimension77 x 155 x 7.35-millimeter
ColorAvailable in metallic black, grey, and gold
Battery2600mAh Lithium-Ion
OthersBuilt-in stereo speakers and microphone, 161-gram, with different languages support

For now, the price of Elephone M2 starts at about $150 and up. However, its 2600mAh battery capacity is much lower compared to P8000. As a prospect buyer, you may need an extra juice from any available power banks with about 10000mAh capacity from Xiaomi ZMI HB810 or 20000mAh from Romoss Sense 6 Plus.

Furthermore, this 5.5-inch Android phone is also added to the line of dual-SIM enabled handsets just like with Ulefone Future and Meizu M3 Note.



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