The new phone Elephone P11 Max was exposed on the web recently. The built-in hardware is nothing special, but at least with a 6080mAh battery and notch display. This is anything but a matter of course in the price range. The device offers a border-less IPS display with 6.18 inch at a resolution of 2246×1080 pixels. It is powered by the well-known MediaTek X25 Octa-Core with 2.0 GHz, 4 GB RAM and 64 GB /128GB memory.
Optically one has orientated oneself with well-known manufacturers like Huawei / Honor or the iPhone X. The colorful backside knows how to please even if it is already known and often seen. The Elephone P11 Max offers a quite large 6,18″ border-less IPS display in 18.7:9 format with a resolution of 2246×1080 pixels. Of course, the Notch should not be missing here either. The performance is provided by a MediaTek X25 Octa-Core processor with 2.0 GHz that accelerates the phone to an Antutu score of 90,000. Thus, all current apps and applications as well as games can be played, but not always in full details. Titles like PUBG or Asphalt 9 still run quite well. In addition, 4 GB RAM (LPDDR4X) and 64 GB /128GB memory space are available. The storage space is fortunately expandable thanks to the Micro SD slot.
Of course, Elephone company also uses a dual camera in the P11 Max. On the back a 16.0MP (f/2.0) together with a 2.0MP sensor is used. The front camera offers an 8.0 MP sensor. You can only whisper about the quality or the effect of the second sensor. Probably there will be average to solid pictures again. The face unlock function is also performed via the built-in sensors on the front. As usual, the fingerprint sensor is located on the back of current phones.
The further equipment turns out well: Dual-Band WLAN, Dual-SIM, LTE, one notification LED, USB Type-C, Bluetooth 4.2 and GPS. The battery offers 6080mAh capacity and should provide a good battery life under Android 8.1. The undisputed highlight is probably the inductive charging so that the mobile phone can also be charged wirelessly. However, only 10W are available here. A wireless charging takes correspondingly more time than a normal charging.
Surely the Elephone P11 Max is a solid smartphone with a focus on a pleasing look and a hardware suitable for everyday use. The camera will most likely only be average, whereas inductive charging is still quite rare in this price range.