Elephone P5000 Review

Hexamob | Alberto Mulas 01/6/2015

Here in Hexamob we are familiar with the Chinese brand Elephone. In the past we talked about Elephone G4, Elephone G6, Elephone P3000 or Elephone P6000. Today is the turn of Elephone P5000, a very popular smartphone these days, with likely the largest battery on the market: 5350 mAh. Gearbest is offering on their shop online a $10 off for this cell phone staying in just $229.99 with the coupon EP5CN.


The Elephone P5000 is built around an IPS Full HD 5 inch screen backed by Octa-Core MediaTek MT6592 SoC at 1.70 GHz (Cortex-A7) attached to 2 GB of RAM, 16 GB of internal storage expandable and a battery of 5350 mAh that will ensure we get away without fear of being near of a plug, which incorporates the Power Bank function of allowing recharge, for example, a friend’s smartphone via USB cable (something we have only seen it available in Doogee DG700 Titans 2).


Apart from this, the battery would have a fast charge mode, allowing 70% charged in just one hour. On the other hand, as we said before, it could also serve to charge other devices, so you can use it as an emergency battery. And despite this impressive battery, the truth is that the phone will not be a giant one or anything similar. In terms of autonomy it would represent nothing more and nothing less than about 4 days without charging the phone.


The rest of the specs of the Elephone P5000 are the operating system Android 4.4 KitKat, it has fingerprint sensor, is compatible with WCDMA networks, NFC, a rear camera of 16 megapixel and a front camera of 8 megapixel, dual SIM and dimensions of 144 x 71 x 9.3 mm thick (as you can see, not bad if you consider the battery).


The Elephone P5000 Elephone P5000 is a terminal at an affordable price. And if you’re still wondering what to do, it is better to buy this phone instead of a Power Bank for your other phone, isn’t it?