Gionee S11 Coming to India Soon With Four Onboard Cameras

The Gionee S11, as we had reported late last month, is expected to arrive in India soon. This flagship device from the house of Gionee is expected to have four onboard cameras and will be one of Gionee’s biggest recent launches. The Gionee S11 will also be able to match up to the flagships launched by the other manufacturing majors.

Gionee has been focusing on the cameras and photography aspects to sell its devices and the new S11 is set to be no exception either. Indeed, the new Gionee S11 has four onboard cameras and is expected to fetch top marks in the optics department.

“All eyes on Gionee” #ComingSoon, said the teaser poster which was released by the company. The teaser has also apparently confirmed the earlier report that the Gionee S11 would soon launch in India. Like we said earlier, the new device was expected to launch in January 2018. Incidentally, the device might be priced under Rs 20,000 in India while the launch may be pushed to the end of February due to the stock-related delays.

Gionee S11
The new Gionee S11 teaser

The new Gionee S11 comes with a glass body and a 5.99-inch display that has a 2160 x 1080 pixel resolution besides an aspect ratio of 18:9. The Gionee S11 also boasts a MediaTek Helio P23 processor which will work in tandem with 4GB of RAM and 64GB of storage. The device also boasts of an expandable memory of up to 128GB thanks to a MicroSD card.

The smartphone comes with two cameras on the front and on the back. On the front are one 16-megapixel and another 8-megapixel sensors  while we greatly appreciated the 16-megapixel and 5-megapixel combo that the rear offers.  While the price tag is not yet officially known, the Gionee S11 has a 3410 mAh battery with the Amigo OS overlaid on the Android 7.1 Nougat OS.

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