The Gionee S10 is the best of the bunch. Its highlight are the four cameras - two at the front and two more at the back. The main snappers have 16MP/8MP sensors and the selfies are taken by a 20MP/8MP setup. The S10 has a 5.5" 1080p LCD with 2.5D curved glass, a MediaTek Helio P25 chipset with octa-core processor and 6GB of RAM.
There's a built-in 3,450mAh battery inside.
The Gionee S10B has a dual camera on the back - 13MP/5MP arrangement - but a single 16MP front-facing snapper. Otherwise it has a 5.5" 1080p LCD and uses a Helio P10 chipset and 4GB of RAM.
The Gionee S10B uses a 3,700mAh battery.
And finally the more modest, specs-wise, Gionee S10C. It only has a single 13MP rear camera and 16MP front-facing camera. Swapping MediaTek for Qualcomm it uses a Snapdragon 427 chip with Adreno 308 GPU and 4GB of RAM.
The battery on board the Gionee S10C is a 3,100mAh.
All three smartphones have hybrid slots that allow either Dual SIM or microSD storage expansion, all three have fingerprint scanners and all three run Amigo OS on top of Android 7.0 Nougat.
The Gionee S10 will come in Cherry Gold, Dark Black, Indigo Blue and Primrose Green for CNY 2,599 (€ 338/£ 295/$ 378/RS 24,430) and will be available in China starting June 9. The Gionee S10B is also scheduled for a June 9 China release and it will cost CNY 2199 (€ 286/£ 249/$ 320/RS 20,670). The Gionee S10C is going on sale today for CNY 1,599 (€ 208/£ 181/$ 233/RS 15,030).
Gionee smartphones are heavily overpriced here in Singapore, mainly due to no local distributor yet, so all price marked up... While Oppo and Huawei have gained popularity on the ground it became so common now among Apple and Samsung...
Let me guess, none of these has a screen smaller than 5"?
Looks better than my iphone.