Gionee is holding a conference this week in Shenzhen where it’s announcing multiple bezel-less smartphones, and now it’s teasing a few of them on the Weibo. (popular social media site of China) Mobiles are – the Gionee F6 and F205, M7 Plus, S11, S11s and Steel 3.
The teaser pretty much comes with any details outside of the phone names and the fact that they will display as a full screen, or 18:9 screens with slim bezels.
The Gionee F205 allegedly has a 5-inch screen, a MediaTek MT6739 chipset including a quad-core CPU and 16GB of onboard storage, 2GB of RAM, 8MP back and 5MP front cameras and skinned Android 7.1.1 Nougat.
No official features of the Gionee F6, Steel 3, S11 and S11s are yet not teased.
Huawei is on fire launching smartphones in a row. Another day passed, another smartphone appears. This time we are talking about the Huawei Nova 2i that emerged on the Malaysian department of Vmall, at the manufacturer’s official online merchant store. It is said to have a FullView display and four cameras and just hardly resembles the previously launched Huawei nova 2 and Huawei nova 2 plus.
Images might show the similar look, but this phone is actually the international version of the Huawei Maimang 6 that came into range last week.
Huawei Nova 2i holds a Kirin 659 chipset including octa-core CPU. With 4 GB of RAM, it stores a 64GB internal memory. The screen is with 18:9 ratio but the resolution is still not known. The front panel shows minuscular bezels that are not left empty – take a look the Huawei logo is below, while on the top two cameras are visible. They are in 13 MP + 2 MP order for further effects of snapped selfies.
On the back, you can see two cameras, but the sensors are 16 MP + 2 MP for the exact reason. The back adds a fingerprint scanner just below the vertical camera setup, while an LED flash is combined with the antenna band. There is 3340 mAh battery to control over the setup. The Nova 2i is operated by an EMUI 5.1 based on Android 7.0 Nougat.
Huawei Nova 2i offers different gestures That should make the experience with the phone a bit more interactive. Moving you knuckle in order to draw an S captures a long screenshot just like an article from top to bottom. To take the screenshot, you have to tap your finger twice while tapping twice using two fingers will help starts screen recording.
The colors variants of the phone are Blue, Gold, and Black but Huawei didn’t reveal out the pricing as of now.
Pricing may take some more time though. We’ll keep you refreshed once we get the data.
Huawei’s nova is a well-recognized premium mid-rangers, and the third monotony may soon be launching. It is allegedly built on top of the Huawei Honor 7X though with a different chipset and high-grade cameras.
Huawei nova 3 is reported to have a 5.93” screen with 1080p+ resolution (18:9), similar to its Honor models. Unlike it, yet, the chipset will be however imaginary Kirin 670 – an upgrade over the old 659 chip which Honor 6X used and the 7X as well.
The latest Kirin 670 will carry a hexa-core CPU instead of an octa-core, possibly with a pair of powerful cores. The GPU will be based on the new Mali-G72 architecture, and in the new nova phone, the chipset will be fastened up to 3GB of RAM and 32GB Internal memory.
A defining hallmark of the Huawei nova 3 will be its counterpart dual cameras – two laid on the front, two on the back. The primary camera will come up with a combo of 16MP + 20MP (color + B&W). The front shooter cam (selfie) will probably be a 20MP + 2MP combo.
A few final delicacies about the handset– it will supposedly be uncovered in December at a hefty cost of nearby €350. It will be powered by a decently-sized 3,340mAh battery with an old school micro USB 2.0 and 3.5mm headphone jack.