Monday, July 13, 2015

Elephone P3000s First Impressions


So this isn't going to run as a review but more as first impressions post (as the title suggests). So I've had the Elephone P3000s for about a week know and thought about sharing the feel that I get from using it.
Right off the bat I'll say that initially I chose the brand and the model for the ration of specs/price. At the moment I purchased it, it was around 150 euros and it came with a tempered blueglass and the official case (an it does matter).
Things I loved about it and things that let me down. Well as I said before the first thing is the specs/price ration there's just no way you can't love it. Second comes the design of the phone, elegant simple and a bit blocky (not totally roundish). The colors are also pretty amazing. Then, watering down a bit, we move to the battery life. The battery life is good, just that nothing special. But being a guy that charges all his electronics every night, well it doesn't really affect me. To close with, and the only outright let down, is the fingerprint scanner. It's just not usable. It works, but it's so damn hard to get it to recognise your fingerprint, as it's angle sensitive, that nearly every time I exceeded the maximum tries and had to use the alternative password, eventually rendering useless the whole system. If you're absolutely looking for a fingerprint unlockable phone I'd recommend getting a later model with a touch ID system (where the fp-scaner is located in the homescreen button and is a bit more agile).

All in all, it's a great device with a great specs/price ration and will cover almost any user's need. I've been using it for video streaming, for games, and for e-mail and document viewing and can't complain about anything. Also used it as a hotspot for a while, but not enough yet to have a complete view.

That's all for now!

(This was to be uploaded to www.justaddcoffee.org but due to some changes we're implementing to the server the blog will be down for a while) 

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