A couple of new Gionee smartphones - dubbed S9 and S9T - have been certified by Chinese telecommunication authority TENAA. A quick look at their listings on the agency's website reveals that they are almost same in terms of design and slightly vary in terms of specifications.
While the S9 is powered by an octa-core 1.8GHz CPU, the S9T packs in an octa-core 2.0GHz processor. Other key specs are same: 5.5-inch full HD display, 4GB RAM, 64GB storage, dual rear cameras (S9's listing mentions 13MP + 5MP rear unit and 13MP front unit). The duo is powered by Android 6.0 and draw their juice from 3,000mAh batteries.
The other difference between the two is their weight - while the S9 weighs in at 166.5g, the S9T is on the heavier side with 200.8g weight. Both, however, have same dimensions: 154.2 × 76.4 × 7.4mm, so one of those seems to be a mistake. The final difference the listings reveal is the color options - gold for the S9 (although included images reveal silver color), and black for the S9T.
There is no word on either phone's pricing and availability yet.
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