Gionee has been making airwaves with photography, the other day they introduced a phone with higher resolution selfie than the rear camera and now they are back with a new camera milestone.
Meet the Gionee S10, it comes with dual cameras on both the front and rear. The selfie combo is yet again having more resolution than the rear shooter with 20MP + 8MP as opposed to the 16MP + 8MP on the back. Both 8 MP on either sets are used for wide angle photography and bokeh effect but the company has gone further to add the ability to measure distances.
The rest of the specs include a 5.5″ 1080p LCD with 2.5D curved glass, Android 7.0 Nougat is being driven by a MediaTek Helio P25 chipset with octa-core processor accompanied by whopping 6GB of RAM and 3450mAh battery all enclosed in a 7.4mm body.
The company also unveiled Gionee S10B, it has a dual rear camera, 13MP+5MP, but loses the dual selfie in favour of a 16MP camera. The RAM is still generous at 4GB coupled with Mediatek Helio P10 and a bigger 3700mAh battery. Everything else is similar to the more premium S10.
Lastly, there is a budget oriented Gionee S10C, it is stripped of all dual cameras to keep the price low. A 13MP main camera and a 16MP selfie camera take care of photography needs. Snapdragon 427 is used instead of a Mediatek processor. RAM is capped at a commendable 4GB while the screen shrinks to 5.2 inch with 720p HD resolution and a 3100mAh battery.
In terms of price, the Gionee S10 goes for $378 which is around half the cost of the iPhone 7 Plus that it resembles, the S10B goes for $320 and lastly the S10C is priced at $233. Those prices are very reasonable considering the specs you get, I cannot wait to get a chance to take these phones for a test run.