The Four Cameras Gionee S10 is Announced along with two more-modest variations of the smartphone
What do you expect from your smartphone’s camera? Gionee takes the challenge to exceed your expectations with its newest addition, the Gionee S10. The special about this phone? It has four (yep you are reading that number) cameras on board. The company has added a dual setup of cameras on the back and two cameras on the front side of the smartphone. On top of that, Gionee is releasing three variations of the S10.
The Gionee S10 is the upgrade of the S9 smartphone. It is outfitted with 5.5-ich scree with Full HD resolution. There are 6GB of RAM by default ad 64GB of storage. The battery of the smartphone is a 3450mAh cell. The cameras integrated in the handset include a duo of rear cameras – a 16MP sensor & an 8MP camera with aperture of f/1.8 and 6P lens. The selfie cameras consist of the whooping 20MP and 8MP sensors. The software pre-installed on the smartphone is Android 7.0 Nougat with Amigo 4.0 OS. The processor that powers the handset is MediaTek Helio P25. The release date of the Gionee S10 is 9th of June. The price is $380 free of contract.
Gionee S10B packs similar specs to its sibling. It packs 3 cameras while the original phone features 4. The company has packed dual cameras on the back – 13MP & 5MP. The front-facing snapper is with 16MP resolution. The S10B stands with a 5.5-inch Full HD display. It features a MediaTek Helio P10 chip (more modest compared to the original model) and 4GB RAM. The price of the Gionee S10B is $320.
Last but not least, the Gionee S10C entered the tech arena along with the two more advanced models. The budget-friendly handset packs a 5.2-inch display with HD resolution. It works with Qualcomm Snapdragon 427 chip and 4GB RAM. The rear panel of the device hosts a 16MP snapper while on the front side is provided a 13MP camera. The price of the newcomer is $233 off-contract.
The trio of smartphones is outfitted with a fingerprint reader and appealing designs with narrow side bezels. How do you like the new additions of Gionee?