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Elephone P11 3D 4G Phablet 4GB RAM Deca Core - NFC, around 100000 antutu rating £78 @ gearbest.
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Elephone P11 3D 4G Phablet 4GB RAM Deca Core - NFC, around 100000 antutu rating £78 @ gearbest.

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Posted 10th Dec 2019

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Sigh. I may as well hand out the pitchforks and burning torches as the word Elephone is in the title...but...

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The specs are decent, and it is a glasses free 3d phone, than normally goes for around 120 quid. May be worth a punt, as according to Reddit it's a decent enough phone.
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3D eh does it work when watching ahem..videos ?
Edited by: "luke.o.zade" 10th Dec 2019
3D phone with a 3200mAh battery, and 6 inch screen, doesn't bode well for viewing videos, or battery life, heat for the price though from RRP
It's the same tech as on a 3ds, so if that works, fill your boots! That said, it's an ELEPHone, so watch out for those 3d trunks, yeah?
What's wrong with Elephone loved my P8, but had no idea they was still around. Thanks for heads up
luke.o.zade10/12/2019 06:46

3D eh does it work when watching ahem..videos ?


3d with VR goggles 🤤🤤
I wonder if Elephone still bundle the free malware into their phones.
Apparently they are considered one of the mid tier more respectable Chinese companies now, so clearly clean as a whistle...
Edited by: "johnrchilds" 10th Dec 2019
WOudl this convert any video file into 3D? Or would you need specific files?
Think it's literally like the 3ds - if a video is filmed in 3d, it can be watched in 3d, certainly something like YouTube.
Sprograt10/12/2019 09:14

I wonder if Elephone still bundle the free malware into their phones.


Had same thoughts. Wouldn't risk personally.
The biggest problem with Elephone is that they abandon their hardware as soon as it is released. I wouldn't be expecting any Android updates after purchase or fixes to any "features" that don't work out of the box. You can't really moan for £78 though.
This is maybe my way of looking at it. I buy A LOT of cheap phones, and tbh, they all have some issue or another, usually a ropey camera or poorly optimised software. However, I can hand on heart honestly say I have had more issues with Samsung, LG and Particularly HTC phones I have owned, and payed a lot more for. At 78 quid, you pays your money you take your chance etc...
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