waiting for s5.5L snapdragon 400 LTE version with 2450 mah inside 5.75mm body
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it's good to know that Asian manufacturers still care for their customers' needs.
I will give GSMArena some credit for finally reviewing a Chinese phone which wasn't made by Oppo or Meizu. They've done a fantastic job at blatantly ignoring this up and coming segment.
AnonD-169727, 27 Jun 2014The phone's got stylish looks, but I have come across many people saying it gets too hot with ... moreOf course its gonna feel hot in the hands after long use. With that 5.5mm of thickness, you might as well be touching the cpu itself.
The Android world is getting boring with so many look alike mobiles. It must be a real challenging task trying to find anything that really differentiates these devices. All similar hardware underpinned by a leaky and sometimes bloated Android OS. Are we going forward or backwards now with Android. Perhaps Google believes backwards by their own admission so why buy it. The Chinese of course want to show off all the time so they will certainly think this might help them in front of their friends. All facade.
AnonD-92238, 27 Jun 20144.2.2 ! Seems ancient Yes, 4.2.2 is almost a year and half old.
"Super slim and lightweight body" this is the more important thing in a smartphone, for make it more unbreakable and handled. With a micro sd slot or 32 GB internal memory would be much better.
Nobody care about thinnest phones from Gionee. They should have made the phone slightly more thick, more durable looking with more Battery life. Basic features such as Micro SD, etc should be there. Also they should bring the phone in 4.5"
This UI is identicle to the new emotion ui running on huawei phones after the kitkat update, the naming convention including the suspend button
you might want to review some xiaomi phones, too. the mi3 is a true flagship for under $300 as of today, while the hongmi costs half of that, and offers excellent performance and battery life that would easily match the likes of lg f6 or sony sp, for much less. also, the miui is probably the best take on the android ui. certainly worth checking.
The phone's got stylish looks, but I have come across many people saying it gets too hot with just a couple of minutes use. Also, the OEM is of Chinese origin, which doesn't have the patronage of other global OEMs, like Samsung, HTC, Sony, Apple.