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Gionee launches A1 smartphone in India with selfie-focused 16 MP camera

While the pre-booking started from March 3, the price of the device is yet to be announced

IANS  |  New Delhi 

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Chinese smartphone maker on Tuesday launched a new selfie-focused smartphone in that comes with a 16MP front camera with selfie flash and houses a 4,010 mAh battery.

While the pre-booking for started from March 3, the price of the device is yet to be announced.

"Today's generation views the world from their front camera and they live for creating and celebrating experiences out of moments," said Arvind R Vohra, Country Chief Executive Officer (CEO) and Managing Director (MD), India, in a statement.

The device is powered by 2 GHz octa-core P10 Helios processor paired with 4 GB RAM, has 64 GB internal memory that can be expanded up to 256 GB and runs on 4.0 on top of 7.0

is equipped with a fingerprint sensor and claims to unlock the phone in just 0.2 seconds. For humid conditions, the sensor unlocks the device even with moist fingers.

has a full-metal body made out of "A6000 aircraft grade material" that is used in making premium cars and aircraft.

The and enabled smartphone also offers a host of amazing features such as Split Screen, Maxx Audio and Virus detection among other key features.

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Gionee launches A1 smartphone in India with selfie-focused 16 MP camera

While the pre-booking started from March 3, the price of the device is yet to be announced

While the pre-booking started from March 3, the price of the device is yet to be announced
Chinese smartphone maker on Tuesday launched a new selfie-focused smartphone in that comes with a 16MP front camera with selfie flash and houses a 4,010 mAh battery.

While the pre-booking for started from March 3, the price of the device is yet to be announced.

"Today's generation views the world from their front camera and they live for creating and celebrating experiences out of moments," said Arvind R Vohra, Country Chief Executive Officer (CEO) and Managing Director (MD), India, in a statement.

The device is powered by 2 GHz octa-core P10 Helios processor paired with 4 GB RAM, has 64 GB internal memory that can be expanded up to 256 GB and runs on 4.0 on top of 7.0

is equipped with a fingerprint sensor and claims to unlock the phone in just 0.2 seconds. For humid conditions, the sensor unlocks the device even with moist fingers.

has a full-metal body made out of "A6000 aircraft grade material" that is used in making premium cars and aircraft.

The and enabled smartphone also offers a host of amazing features such as Split Screen, Maxx Audio and Virus detection among other key features.
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Gionee launches A1 smartphone in India with selfie-focused 16 MP camera

While the pre-booking started from March 3, the price of the device is yet to be announced

Chinese smartphone maker on Tuesday launched a new selfie-focused smartphone in that comes with a 16MP front camera with selfie flash and houses a 4,010 mAh battery.

While the pre-booking for started from March 3, the price of the device is yet to be announced.

"Today's generation views the world from their front camera and they live for creating and celebrating experiences out of moments," said Arvind R Vohra, Country Chief Executive Officer (CEO) and Managing Director (MD), India, in a statement.

The device is powered by 2 GHz octa-core P10 Helios processor paired with 4 GB RAM, has 64 GB internal memory that can be expanded up to 256 GB and runs on 4.0 on top of 7.0

is equipped with a fingerprint sensor and claims to unlock the phone in just 0.2 seconds. For humid conditions, the sensor unlocks the device even with moist fingers.

has a full-metal body made out of "A6000 aircraft grade material" that is used in making premium cars and aircraft.

The and enabled smartphone also offers a host of amazing features such as Split Screen, Maxx Audio and Virus detection among other key features.

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