MWC Bug ArtAt the current year’s Mobile World Congress, Gionee introduced its most recent top smartphone, the Elife S7. Overflowing with versatile tech features and with a razor-thin design, the S7 is a manufacturing oeuvre d’art .The S7 is a sequel to the Gionee S5.5 and S5.1 smartphones rolled out last year.
At the launch, Arvind.R.Vohra, Country CEO & MD – Gionee Smartphones India declared:
“We have had a rapid since our launch 2 years ago. We are at a threshold of achieving the targets we set for ourselves having sold over 4Million+ devices in India already. Gionee is aiming to be among the top 5 mobile players in India by the end of next fiscal year”.
The Elife S7’s main gimmick is its sharp shape only 0.21 inches thick. This in itself is a noteworthy accomplishment in terms of engineering. But it is also topped with an unyeilding rigidity of the steel frame.
Gionee boasted the U- model curve and assembling process that guarantee structural resistance even under burden. Also the organization attempt a shabby attack at Apple’s “bendgate” hardships. Dissimilar to super-thin cells such as the Oppo R5, the S7 holds the 3.5mm earphone jack.
Gionee CEO William Lu was quite straightforward concerning the technical details behind the S7. There’s a 13-megapixel Sony IMX214 picture sensor, which Lu depicts as the most slender combination possible . Attacking Apple again, Lu emphasized that there is no cam bump like users are used to on the iPhone 6 and the Oppo R5.
Sourcing the S7 is an octa-center, 64-bit MediaTek 6752 with a Freescale sensor center that Lu says diminishes CPU stack by 20 percent. A 2,750mAh battery offers 34.56 hours of ordinary use, a strangely particular number. At the front there is a 5.2-inch, 720p Samsung-made Super AMOLED board secured in Gorilla Glass 3.
Despite the fact that Gionee telephones have been going to the U.S., re-branded by an organization dubbed Blu, company representatives say the Elife S7 will exclusively ship to Europe and Asia when it dispatches this April, priced at 300 Euros. Those interested to import the S7 ought to know that its not suitable banded for U.S. LTE systems, as it will dispatch with Bands 3, 7, and 20, which are not presently employed by any mainstream U.S. mobile operator.
Its integration choices incorporate 4G, LTE, 3G, GPRS/EDGE, Wi-Fi, GPS/AGPS, GLONASS, Wi-Fi Direct, WLAN, Bluetooth, USB OTG, and Micro-USB. It is a double sim gadget with double standby backing. Gionee Elife S7 works on Android 5.0 Lollipop with a layer of Amigo 3.0 UI.
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