Gionee S10: Reported To Join Bandwagon For Having Dual-Rear Camera Setup

Apr 20, 2017 04:00 AM EDT | Paul Urban


It is now a trend for latest mobile phones to come with a dual-rear camera set up. Gionee S10 is reported to also be coming with this camera technology just like the ones found on recently released high-end phones.

Many people think that Samsung started the dual-rear camera setup, however, Gionee came first for releasing the S9 back in November 2016. Five months later, it is expected that the Chinese company is ready to launch the successor to the S9, the S10.

The Gionee S10 is listed in China's TENAA certification website. This then gave good hints stating that the S10 will come with much-improved hardware. From the website, it clearly presents the front, side, and back of the latest Gionee mobile handset.

Having a metal body is one of its anticipated features. The metal body gives it class and style, providing the look and feel of an expensive high-end phone. As usual, the front-facing camera is located on top of the display. The home button also plays a dual function working as fingerprint scanner at the same time.

To set the S10 apart from the usual dual rear camera setup, it is placed horizontally. Both the power button and volume rocker are located on the right side of the device. The Gionee S10 will come with a 5.5-inch 1080p full HD display. It will also be powered by a 2GHZ octa-core processor with 4GB of RAM.

There is also 64GB of internal storage which can be expanded to 128GB via a microSD card. The Gionee S10 also runs on Android 7.0 but is also expected to have Amigo OS 4.0 on top of it. There are currently only two color options- Black and Gold.

There are no official reports stating the Gionee S10's release and pricing details. However, this may come in sooner or later so better be on standby. Any official news regarding the S10 will immediately be reported.

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