There is no information on how many units are up for grabs or whether or not today's sale is also time-limited.
The device carries a price tag of around $155, and will be available in Pearl White, Dawn White, and Black color options.
Set to debut in China later this month, the oddly branded smartphone will feature mid-range specs and affordable price tag.
The handset has already been spotted at the FCC last week, and now it's been certified in China too.
The Chinese company teased fans with a few shots of the upcoming handset and an alleged launch date – October 15.
The device is set to be unveiled during this year's Gulf Information Technology Exhibition (GITEX), which is scheduled to take place in Dubai from October 18 to 22.
It was revealed that by the year's end, Foxonn's factory in the Indian state of Andhra Pradesh will start assembling OnePlus devices.
Another possible launch candidate is the Mi Pad 2, which was recently spotted on China's 3C Certification center website.
Measuring 134x67.21x9.2mm and weighing in at 134 g, the handset comes in red, orange, yellow, green black, and white color options.
Gionee's President William Lu, India chief Arvind Vohra, and N. Chandrababu Naidu, who is the Chief Minister of the Indian state of Andhra Pradesh will all attend the event.
In addition, the Chinese company also confirmed the smartphone's global availability.
The information came courtesy of renowned Chinese leakster Leaksfly, who made the revelation on Weibo.
The upcoming smartphone will feature entry-level specs and matching price tag when it makes its official debut.
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Gionee GN5001 and GN9010 smartphones booting Android 5.1 Lollipop were spotted at the TENAA and both support 4G LTE.
A lot of diversity, a couple of reentries, and a new number 1 this week.
Three Lumias and a Gionne this week, two Nexus phones and an LG last week.
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