May 29, 2017 04:13 PM EDT
Shenzhen-based smartphone manufacturer Gionee has introduced three new smartphones with different prices. Since 2002, the Chinese firm has been active in the smartphone industry, providing quality devices to their regional markets. The three new smartphones are the Gionee S10, S10B, and the S10C.
Out of the three variants, the Gionee S10C is the only model that is sold with a Snapdragon 427 processors onboard. According to Digital Trends, the company's new smartphones are only available in China at the moment. Gionee has also added a protective glass on top of the displays.
All the three Gionee S10 smartphones are equipped with hybrid slots, allowing users to make use of two SIM slots or a single SIM alongside a microSD card for additional storage if required. The Gionee S10 is the premium variant among the three, with a Helio P25 chipset, 6GB of RAM and 64GB of onboard storage. The Full-HD display on the device is powered by a 3450mAh battery that can support 12 hours of video playback.
Hardware specifications for the Gionee S10B and the S10 C mainly differ in their processing power. According to GSMArena, the Gionee S10B comes with a Helio P10 chipset with 4GB of RAM, while the S10C has been swapped with a Snapdragon processor with the same memory capacity.
Those users looking to buy the Gionee S10 series smartphones would have to compromise with the cameras. The S10B model features two low-quality 13MP and 5MP cameras with the front-facing selfie camera having a resolution of 6MP.
The Gionee S10C, however, is equipped with a single camera on both the sides, one with a 13MP sensor at the back, while the front-facing camera can take pictures up to a resolution of 16MP. The smartphones will be offered in four colors choice like Cherry Gold, Dark Black, Indigo Blue and Primrose green.
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