Elephone C1. Few are the Elephone device we have seen so we will upload a few although unfortunately we do not find much documentation on the manufacturer’s website.
Download the Manual and User Guide of Elephone C1
This time we are in front of a high-end mid-range smartphone but it offers us a high-end experience at a price of the first. After this tongue-twisting that offers us Elephone we start to dismantle the device and gives us very good sensations. The 5.5 “high definition screen ensures a perfect visual experience for games and movies. It is designed in metal with a very nice touch texture and includes a rear fingerprint sensor.
The performance comes hand in hand with a 64-bit processor and four cores at 1.3 GHz that give a more fluid response to the OS. This is Android 6.0 Marshmallow and flows smoothly thanks to the 2 GB of RAM and the 16 of storage. We can expand it up to 64 GB more by microSD.
Seeing these specifications and their price, we suspected that the camera would be the pending subject. But it’s not like that. With a 13MP sensor and autofocus, the C1 does not allow to capture images in Full HD with truly authentic images. Pay the “broken plates” the front with only 2 MP resolution. The selfies will leave little defined and forget when there is little light.
The autonomy lowers a bit the note with its 2850 mAh of capacity and is exempt of fast charge. It is also not removable so, in case of failure, call for service. Even so, it tolerates some abuse quite well.
We miss NFC connectivity but have Dual Sim and access to 4G networks. All this for just over 100 euros, so it could be a very good option for users who do not want to invest in more expensive smartphones like the Elephone P9000.