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General Elephone P9000 (Full Review & Unboxing) 4GB/32GB, Helio P10, NFC, Wireless Charging, Touch ID

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    Full In-Depth Review


    In this video I introduce & review the Elephone P9000. After that I put it through various tests and show you some results. I also remove the backcover, so you can have a look inside and what the battery info actually shows.

    In the end of the video I list all the pros & cons, so if you just want to know if this device is for you or not, just jump to the conclusion in the end of the video!

    Unboxing & First look


    Camera samples: (be the judge yourself)
    https://www.mediafire.com/folder/omk7fya8d3t79/Elephone_P9000_Camera_Samples

    Battery capacity measured:
    http://peecee.dk/uploads/022016/20160214_213214.jpg

    Geekbench 3 battery test (with dimmed screen/minimum settings)
    https://browser.primatelabs.com/battery3/213325

    5 Point Multitouch tested/display here:
    http://youtube.be/watch?v=6HNgrBncMPg

    Highlights
    - 5.5 Inch LG OGS Narrow Bezel, 1920*1080 pixels FHD
    - Helio P10 MTK6755 2.0GHz Octa Core, GPU: ARM Mali-T860
    - 4GB RAM + 32GB ROM, TF-Card up to 256GB
    - Fingerprint Touch- ID, Off Screen Wakeup & App Lock
    - 3000mAh battery, supports wireless charging & fastcharge
    - 13 MP f2.0 Sony IMX258 main camera + 8 MP OV8858 front
    - Laser Auto Focus & dual tone LED flash
    - CNC made alloy frame
    - NFC, USB Typ -C, 2.4G / 5G WIFI, OTG , BT 4.0
    - Gyroscope, G-Sensor, P-Sensor, L-Sensor, Hall, E-compass etc.
    - Smart Key / Offscreen gestures
    - Android 6.0 system Marshmallow
    - Supports 2G & 3G & 4G LTE network
    - Network: GSM 850/900/1800/1900MHz, WCDMA 850/900/1900/2100MHz, FDD-LTE B1/B3/B7/B8/B20

    Check here if it works with your network/carrier:
    http://www.willmyphonework.net
     

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