Gionee Gives S10 Some Boost with Dual-Cam Setup

May 27, 2017, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

We are already familiar of smartphones that arrive with three camera sensors via dual-cam technology either at rear or front. But how about having a cumulative array of four image sensors on a single smartphone? That’s Gionee’s S10 for you.

After a short tease last week, the Chinese manufacturer has now officially unwrapped its S10 smartphone that comes with a pair of dual-cam technology, on its front and rear side. The rear-cam features a couple of 16 MP shooters with f/1.8 aperture that focuses on improving low-light performance. As for the front cam, the setup features a combo of 20 MP sensor and an 8 MP sensor to produce bokeh effects, more commonly known as portrait shots courtesy of iPhone.

Gionee also has managed to introduce its own hardware engine image processor to better determine the depth of fields in imageries. This would work in tandem with the self-created ISP algorithm to provide real-time bokeh effects.

As with other details, the Gionee S10 features a 5.5-inch Full HD display, and beneath it is a MediaTek Helio P25 processor with a massive RAM of 6 GB. 64 GB of inbuilt storage is what you get with the S10, and that can be expanded using microSD. The dual-SIM smartphone is also provided an adequate batter of 3450 mAh capacity. The S10 will have Android 7.0 Nougat OS with Amigo 4.0 UI layered over it.

Gionee S10 will have its debut run in China, although there is no word on whether it would have a global release. The S10 is not definitely the first device to be launched with two dual-cam setups. The Alcatel Flash smartphone too featured a pair of dual-cam sensors during the launch time, but it’s waiting its entry onto the markets. The specifications are however less impressive for the latter device, which should help the S10 attain a better foothold in the market.

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