Elephone launches the S7, speaks volumes of Samsung’s namesake device
One thing that we cannot deal with these days in the world of smartphones is one person copying the other when it comes to designs and right now, it seems that those that have the creativity to actually do something great for themselves are few.
As if taking about copying each other is not enough, we saw another variant of the Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge but the bad news us that we think Samsung might have contracted Elephone to launch it or maybe, just maybe, Elephone did that of their own accord.
Bearing the name Elephone S7 (Hello! Does that ring any bells or what?), this device comes in a variety of configurations with one having 2GB RAM/16GB ROM and selling in gold for $139.99 and another one carrying 3GB/32GB, selling for $189.99 in midnight blue, costing you just $199.99 for black and going on to take some $209.99 if what you want is the green colour.
As regards specs, the 5.2 inch offering runs the Helio X20 out of the box and packs 13MP camera on the back which is paired to the front unit of 5MP, all drawing power frim the 3000mAh battery and running the Marshmallow OS out of the box.
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