The Elephone P8 Mini is aiming for the best price for the most specs crammed into the P8 Mini’s humble frame. This unassuming phone features some very impressive specs for the price.
A dual-camera at the rear and a 16Mp selfie camera with soft flash, a colossal 64GB of storage and 4GB of RAM. It doesn’t sound like the kind of specification you would usually associate with a budget phone.
5inch? phones are rare nowadays, especially ones with specs worthy of mentioning. The phone is quite compact for a 5? phone, measuring just a few mm taller and wider than my very compact Zuk Z2. The P8 Mini also feels incredibly light, most likely due to the mostly plastic build. The entire phone is plastic save for the metal plate on the back. It feels fine in hand but doesn’t exude a premium feel above its price.
On the front, we have three capacitive buttons and some bezel around the screen, Elephone has definitely not made this as bezel free as possible.
The 1080p IPS LCD here looks incredibly saturated, one of the most deeply saturated screens I’ve seen on an LCD so far, and that’s a good thing. Putting it side by side pretty much any phone I currently own (even the Xiaomi Mi6) and the colors on every other phone pale (literally) in comparison to how deep and saturated they are. I even checked Miravision and reset it to default settings but the screen stayed just as saturated. Needless to say, using the screen is a pleasure and everything looks great.
This is the one misstep Elephone made when designing this phone, at least that was what I thought; a 2860mAh battery in 2017 is just not going to cut it right? Well turns out I was only partially right, this phone has excellent standby battery drain, draining about 1% every 2-3 hours. However, I was only able to get around 3.5-4 hours of screen on time with this phone, so about average, and definitely not great.
The front facing camera has a higher MP count than the primary rear camera at 16MP, but here we see definite proof that MegaPixels are not everything in a camera, as the rear camera’s photos resolve much finer detail than the front facing camera.Video quality is OK for 1080p, but it has trouble focusing on the subject properly, you are usually required to aid it with a tap.
Exquisite appearance, a P8 mini is equipped with the 2.5D curved display and exquisite back cover, the circular angles feel like a cobblestone. 133g light-weight, streamlined AIO body, Powerful 1.5GHz Octa-core Cortex A53 64-bit processor, 4GB RAM & 64GB ROM, well allocating of CPU and GPU programming, ensures that multitasks, videos, and games can run smoothly. ELE OS1.0, based on Android 7.0, user-friendly functions to simplify your life, Unlocked smartphone, 4G-LTE with 2 card slots, dual SIM dual standby. Supports 2*Nano-SIM, and a TF card up to 128GB expansion.(Only one SIM can get access to 4G-LTE at the same time.), High-quality 5.0-inch SHARP 1080P FHD screen, 95% NTSC, wide color gamut, more colorful and natural visual performance. high definition virtual effect & vivid color of all your photos, videos, images and game scenarios, you will love P8 mini at the first sight, The accurate and super-fast fingerprint sensor, protect your privacy and stay safe. 802.11 a/b/g/n 2.4GHz/5GHz Dual-band WiFi.
the Elephone P8 Mini, as it is a surprisingly good phone from Elephone, with the very low price being the cherry on top. this phone represents better value and a better user experience than both the previous phones at a lower price.Yes, the touchscreen is a tad insensitive and the camera is inconsistent, but the user experience and specifications more than makeup for that.you can grab Elephone P8 Mini at Flash sale on GEARBEST In just $129.is such a great deal for you.(Only Five Days Left)