gionee-s9-launched

Chinese Smartphone producer Gionee disclosed the S9 yesterday, and the phone does not have superior quality, but has some sense couple of key points that out stands.

The phone has a glass front and the aluminum back curve along the edges to meet each other in the inside. In spite of the way that this gives the S9 awesome looks, particularly if you go for the stealthy dim variation, it is not an arrangement we have not seen some time as of now. Additionally, since the S9 resemble the iPhone and distinctive phones with respect to looks, the S9 might be to slippery to some degree for large hands.

Taking all things into account, the phone holds the late example of having dual camera, with the rear dual 5-megapixel Samsung sensor and 13MP front Sony sensor. Outfitting the S9 with two back cameras allows the phone, nearby its item, to alter focus centers and gives photos a significance of field effect. Not to be beaten, in any case, the front-facing 13MP camera uses the screen as a selfie streak, with included effects, for instance, seven assorted “adorn” modes.

Gionee underlines the cameras and their abilities, yet Gionee gives a similar measure of thought with respect to its back mounted exceptional check sensor. As demonstrated by Gionee, applications and files can be rushed behind either a mystery word or your one of a kind check. Also, the S9 can reserve part of the working structure for private contacts, calls, messages, records, and applications, with customers ready to access that space using their fingerprints.

Looking at the specs, it has a 2GHz octa-focus MediaTek Helio P10 processor and 4GB RAM run the show, with the 64GB internal storage. The two SIM card spaces let you use the phone as a twofold SIM device, with the second SIM opening serving as a MicroSD card opening that supports up to an additional 128GB of memory. Keeping the lights is a 3,000mAh battery, which should be adequate to allow you to use the S9 from morning as the night progressed.

Finally, the S9 runs Android 6.0 Marshmallow, with Gionee’s Amigo OS 3.5 layered above it.

The Gionee might come soon in Nepal and we can’t wait to see how well the phone is. This phone in territory of China is priced for CNY 2,499 ($364) which is NRs. 36,400 approx. Taking all things into account, getting the phone might be the most ideal approach to get your hands on the S9. By then, the phones like Huawei Honor 8 and the ZTE Axon 7, that just will come closer to the price tag of the S9 will be launched and we will see which of them will be more reasonably priced.

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