A trend we usually notice between manufacturers is the fact that they usually ship a successor to any of their handsets with a difference of at most a year or at least 8 months. Nonetheless, Gionee, — an OEM who is not a guest to our site although you might not have heard of them – looks to have a different approach to things.
The launching of their dual camera flagship, the Gionee S9 seems to be just yesterday – although it has been six months already – and now, they have just certified the successor this handset with the moniker, Gionee S10, over at the Chinese Certification site, TENAA.
The handset sports some similar specifications to its predecessor with the likes of the 5.5-inches Full HD touchscreen display and 4GB + 64GB memory configuration still making an appearance on it.
However, things begin to be more interesting as we head over to the imaging units and battery pack. The phone still maintains its dual camera implementation on the back panel but have bumped it up this time around to dual 13MP shooters which would be accompanied on the front panel but a 16MP front camera having its own LED flashlight.
The handset has a glass front panel and a metal plate back panel. Under the hood, there is an unspecified octa-core processor running at a speed of 2.0GHz. The light on the display would stay on longer this time around as a bigger 3700mAh battery pack is fueling it.
There is a fingerprint scanner embedded in the physical home button below the display. From TENAA, we got to see the handset running the Android Nougat OS so we are not entirely sure is their very-own Amigo OS would be making an appearance this time around.
Since the Gionee S10 has just made it on TENAA, we are sure that it will be seeing the light of day in the few coming weeks.