Mysterious Gionee Smartphone With 6-Inch Bezel less Display And 4GB RAM Spotted On GFXbench
Gionee's upcoming smartphone has been recently benchmarked on GFXBench with a 6-inch display measuring 720×1440 pixels resolution. Recently, Micromax Canvas Infinity has been launched with similar resolution flaunting 18:9 infinity display. The mysterious Gionee smartphone could also have an Infinity display similar to one seen in Micromax Canvas Infinity, as reported by GSM Arena.
For now, the mysterious smartphone from Gionee is identified only by its model number (or code name) SW17W08, and someone in possession of a prototype ran GFXBench. This means we have a pretty good idea now of what to expect from this upcoming smartphone.
The mysterious smartphone from Gionee, according to the benchmarking listing, sports a 6-inch 1,440x720 18:9 touchscreen. This means the display will be larger than the one found inside the recently announced Micromax Canvas Infinity, but the resolution will exactly the same, which means that the pixel density will be worse.
Other listed specs on the benchmarking site consists an Octa core MediaTek Helio P25 chipset, which boasts a 2.6 GHz octa-core Cortex-A53 CPU and a Mali-T880 GPU. The mysterious Gionee smartphone has been seen featuring 4GB of RAM and 64G of internal space and runs on Android 7.0 Nougat.
In terms of camera side, the rumored Gionee smartphone is said to have a dual rear camera setup. According to the listing, the phone will have a 5-megapixel front and rear camera. Both cameras are capable of capturing 4K videos, as reported by MobileXpose.
However, many reports claim that it's perfectly fine for a selfie shooter in a mid-range device like this. It is assumed that there's some mistake regarding the rear shooter. Perhaps Gionee will have another dual camera setup, like in the A1 Plus - which has a 13 MP and a 5 MP sensor on the back - and the benchmark is only seeing the latter.
Samsung Galaxy Tab A2 S With Model Number SM-T380/SM-T385 Dropping Soon
Samsung SM-T380/SM-T385 to be called as the Galaxy Tab A2 S, which will be the successor to Galaxy Tab A tablets.
Space Black BlackBerry KEYone Coming at AT&T on September 1
The all-black BlackBerry will be an AT&T exclusive and will start selling in come September 1
Galaxy Note 8 And Redmi Note 5A Launched With Amazing Specs And Features
This week saw Samsung finally announce its much-anticipated Galaxy Note 8 and on the other hand Xioami making the debut of Redmi Note 5A.
Sony Xperia XZ1 Fresh Renders Reveals Ample Bezels And Other Details
Sony Xperia XZ1 appeared in a leaked listing on Amazon, pictures of its Compact sibling have leaked via German website Winfuture.de.
ZTE Nubia NX907J Spotted On GFXBench After Making Appearance At TENNA [Full Specs]
The Nubia phone will be featuring 13-megapixel autofocus camera and a LED flash in its rear panel.
MORE IN ITECHPOST
Welcome To InsurTech: The Next Generation of Insurers
With how quickly technology has advanced in the past couple of decades, it's no wonder that it is changing many industries as we know it. Insurtech is sure to give insurance companies a new look and a modern business model to go by.
How Do Personal Emergency Response Systems Work?
Personal emergency response systems, known as PERS for short, are systems that help people to raise the alarm and get immediate help when a medical or personal emergency occurs. They are ideal for older people and anyone with a mobility issue or an injury or illness that can cause falls.
Game Developers’ Different Roles in the Studio
Learn about the different professionals involved in developing video games. Becoming a game developer is one of the coolest jobs around and your 14-year-old self, perched on the edge of your bed as you play PlayStation, will thank you for making such an awesome career move.
Surviving Your First Year of College
You Did It! You’re Off to College! Congratulations! You have finished high school and are off to college. The sense of accomplishment is overwhelming, and you have not even graduated yet! However, beware of the pitfalls. The allure of going to college is often associated with one word—freedom. You are leaving home to be on your own. You can have all the friends you want, stay up as late as you want, and perhaps spend as much money as you want. If you keep your head, you can avoid the problems associated with college life.