Gionee S10 Lite Coming Soon to India: Specs and Features

Yet another Gionee device is making its way to India. The Gionee S10 Lite will soon be launched in India. Remember that the Gionee S10 was launched this year in May with a stunning four cameras. Now, the watered-down version of the same device will launch n India. There is no news at this point in time when the Gionee S10 will launch in India, if ever. However, you can always opt for the Gionee S10 Lite.

A report by 91Mobiles has shown off the many features of the Gionee device. The Gionee S10 Lite is a decidedly mid-range model and it will be launched sometime in the fourth week of December, which is just days away. The new device has a slew of great features which we are sure that the users will like.

Gionee S10 Lite
The new Gionee S10 Lite

As of now, we have no clue of how much the Gionee S10 Lite will cost or, indeed, a fixed launch date. What we do know are the specs and features of the device. The new Gionee S10 Lite has a 5.2-inch HD display that boasts a resolution of 1280 x 720 pixels. It comes equipped with an eye protection mode as well as a split-screen mode. Powering the device is a decidedly mid-range Snapdragon 427 chipset which works in tandem with 4GB RAM besides 32GB of default/native memory space. The memory is expandable to up to 256GB via the help of a microSD card.

The Gionee S10 Lite runs the very competitive Android 7.1 Nougat layered atop with Amigo 4.0 UI. Using the WhatsApp clone app, you can also run multiple WhatsApp accounts on the device. Onboard is a splendid 16MP selfie camera which also is accompanied by an LED flash, as Gionee has always prided itself on its selfies. At the back is a 13MP rear camera that has f/2.0 aperture, a very handy dual-tone LED flash and PDAF. There is a 3,100 mAh battery as well.

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