The Chinese manufacturer of smartphones, Gionee is developing a new phone that has been spotted on TEENA with the model number Gionee GN5005. Before this, another phone from Gionee was approved by TEENA with the model number Gionee M2017 which has an extended capacity battery of 7000mAh. Its design for the G5005 appears very similar to that of the Marathon M5 smartphone, which was launched in the year, sporting a 5-inch IPS display priced at NGN32,000 (approx. $ 67).
In terms of the specifications offered by the Gionee GN5005 following TEENA, the phone will feature a 5-inch HD TFT capacitive touchscreen with a resolution of 1280x 768 pixels, which gives the resolution of 294 pixels per inch. It’s anticipated to have a 1.25 GHz quad-core processor with 3 GB RAM. 16GB of internal memory is expandable to 128GB using microSD cards. It will run similarly to other modern smartphones running Android Marshmallow v6.0.
On the side panel at the rear, the smartphone will sport an 8-megapixel camera and LED flash and sport a brand new Gionee logo and a colossal single-speaker grill located at the lower part of the phone. The front panel is where there will be a five-megapixel front-facing camera, proximity sensors, a speaker at the top of the phone, and navigation buttons on both sides of the device. The volume knob is, in addition to the power switch for on-off, located on the opposite side of the phone’s panel.
The Gionee GGN5005 will be equipped with a battery’s 4000mAh capacity, comparable in size to the Xiaomi Redmi 3S, which is also powered by a battery of 4000mAh. Its dimensions are 144.3mm high, 70.5mm wide, and 8.6mm thick, weighing about 140 grams. It will be offered in Golden color. Currently, there’s no specific information regarding the launch date for this phone. We’ll be updating this post, and you can stay updated with Android Advises for the latest technology news.
How much is Gionee 5005 Price In Nigeria?
Currently, The Gionee 5005 Price In Nigeria is NGN33,045, Available At Slot, Jumia, and some offline stores across Nigeria.