Gionee S10 shows up on TENAA with 4GB RAM, Android Nougat


Just a few hours ago when news broke about Gionee sending out invites for the M6S Plus for its official unveiling on April 24th, the Gionee S10 pops up on TENAA. A successor to the Gionee S9, the S10 will hit the market as a mid range handset.

In the specs department, the Gionee S10 will possibly feature the an octa-core SoC clocked at 2.0 GHz, possibly the Mediatek Helio P20 CPU. The listing on TENAA suggests that the device will hold 4GB of RAM along with 64GB internal storage, expandable to 128 GB via micro SD. The display is seemingly a 5.5 inch 1080p display. The front of the phone has a fingerprint sensor in the front which will double as a home button,with two capacitive keys on either side.

In the camera department, as is with with many other manufacturers in the market, Gionee chose to go with a 13MP dual camera setup in the rear, with a single 16 MP sensor on the front. Fueled by a 3700 mAh non removable battery, the S10 could easily last between a day and a half. It’ll be running Android Nougat 7.0.

The images sourced from TENAA show the gold variant, but as TENAA reports, the phone will be available in black as well. The images show the power/lock, volume up and volume down keys on the right hand side.

The S10 isn’t the most impressive when it comes to design or specs, but it might create some ripples, provided Gionee targets the right segment of consumers.

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