Gionee S9 was the last flagship of the brand and it was released to customers only in November 2016 and there are reports of not only Gionee S10 being spotted, but that two more phones may also be launched by the smartphone brand in the near future. On the face of it, the new phone was seen at the TENAA and observers say it looks quite similar to the iPhone 7 Plus.
The Gionee S10 modelâ€™s details have since been revealed and it will be a 5.5-inch full HD display phone. The display resolution will be 1920x1080. The phones dimensions read 155 Ã— 76.8 Ã— 7.35 mm and its weight is reported to be 178 grams.
The exact brand and specification of the processor to be fitted on the Gionee S10 is still not clear, but it can be confirmed at this stage that it would be an Octa-core processor and will clock a respectable speed of 2.5GHz. The phone will have 4GB RAM and 64GB internal memory with the provision for the microSD card slot that can add another 128GB.
The battery fitted on the new Gionee S10 would be of 3450mAh, which should offer sufficient power to the device. And the OS would be the Android Nougat 7 out of the box.
All these specs read very impressive for the Gionee S10 and the four cameras might take it to another level.
The two main rear cameras will be of a dual set up comprising 16 MP plus 8MP sensors and the front selfie cameras would sport even larger sensors at 20MP plus 8MP. The 8MP cameras may work for taking wide angle or depth field photos. There will be a fingerprint sensor in the front, integrated with the home button.
The details on the price of the Gionee S10 or the other two phones or when they would be released are not yet officially confirmed. But there is an expectation that this date could be during the last week of Mayâ€™2017. The phones are likely to be made available in two colours: Black and gold.
The names of the three phones from the company likely to be simultaneously announced are:
The Gionee S10, the Gionee S10 Plus and Gionee S10 Mini. The S10 Mini is likely to sport a 5.2-inch display, if these reports are to be believed.