Elephone works on cheap but powerful smartphone

Elephone works on cheap but powerful smartphone

The Chinese smartphone maker Elephone is working on a new cheap but powerful smartphone that will be called M3. The device will compete head to head with UMi’s Rome handset but will offer higher performance for just little more money.

The Elephone M3 smartphone will come with a MediaTek Helio P10 processor that packs eight Cortex-A53 cores. In the case of the M3 the processor will run at 2 GHz and there will also be Mali-T860 MP2 graphics inside the Helio P10 processor. The handset will also have a 5-inch sensor display, a USB Type-C port, Android 6.0 Marshmallow and a metallic chassis, which is pretty nice.

Traditionally for Chinese makers who offer nice smartphones for little cash the Elephone M3 will retail for just USD 99, yes, USD 99.The device is expected any time soon and we bet it will be a hit on all markets where it appears.

(picture courtesy of Gizchina.com)

Source: Gizchina.com

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