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Gionee ELIFE E7: Specs, Price and Availability in the Philippines

Gionee ELIFE E7
Gionee ELIFE E7 now available in the Philippines, priced at Php24,500!

Gionee, one of China’s leading mobile phone manufacturers recently launched at the SM Mall of Asia their newest flagship smartphone model called ELIFE E7. Gionee’s newest 5.5-incher comes packed a 2.2GHz quad-core Qualcomm Snapdragon 800 processor with 3GB of RAM, 32GB of internal storage and wireless standards – Bluetooth 4.0, 5GHz WiFi, GPS, NFC and 3G connectivity. More details after the jump.

On the camera side, the Elife E7 boasts a 16-megapixel rear camera with a CrucialTec camera flash, Largan M8 lens (with Sapphire glass + AR protective film), Shicoh camera motor and 1.34µm pixels sensor size. This is smaller compared to the 2.0µm pixels sensor size of the HTC One and the 1.5µm of the iPhone 5s. The E7 also comes with an 8-megapixel auto-focus front-facing camera with 1.4µm pixels sensor.

The Gionee Elife E7 (3G model) is now available at Belexis Concept Inc.'s official retail partners nationwide for just Php24,500 (SRP) and comes with a free speaker until April 30, while the LTE variant of Elife E7 is reportedly scheduled to hit Philippine stores next month.

Gionee ELIFE E7 (3G Model) Specifications
5.5-inch Full HD (1920x1080) IPS OGS display, 400ppi
2.2GHz quad-core Qualcomm Snapdragon 800 processor
Android 4.2 (Jelly Bean) with Amigo 2.0 UI
Adreno 330 GPU
3GB of RAM
32GB of internal storage (No microSD card)
16MP AF camera, Largan M8 lens, 1.34µm pixels sensor
8MP AF front-facing camera, 1.4µm pixels sensor
Bluetooth 4.0 / microUSB 2.0 / NFC support
WiFi 802.11n / WiFi display / GPS with A-GPS
Quad-band GSM / 3G/ HSPA+ connectivity
Li-Pol 2,500mAh battery (non-removable)
150.6 x 75.0 x 9.5mm (dimension)
150g (weight)
Color: Black and White
Price: Php24,500 (Official SRP)
Availability/ Release Date: Out now!

Note: If you already own this phone, please share some of your experiences and opinions about this phone, so that others may be aware of it. Thanks!

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  1. hehe...hindi man to really branded...bkit ang mahal.

  2. Hindi cya branded sa isip mo, kasi wala kang info or back ground
    knowledge sa company. You have to understand that Gionee is known brand
    outside Philippines. And FYI, hindi kaba marunong bumasa? sa specs?
    features? Hello?? High-end kaya yan! Tas hindi lang yung MTK na chipset
    kundi yung Snapdragon pa.

  3. I thought Php18,990 as announced. That's 1k more than the asking price of Sony

  4. hoy!!! tonto kahit sino hindi pa yan kilala. kahit mga kakilala ko sa US at CANADA hindi nila kilala ang brand na ito....kilala nga outside sa Pinas pero sa china lang...gago ka ikaw dapat mag basabasa kung may time...maganda nga specs kasi yan naman talaga pagchina pero sa quality pariho kayo bobo ....hahaha

  5. Hahaha! Are you hearing yourself? So what if kakilala mo ay hindi alam yan, hindi ko naman sila kakilala; that arguement doesn't have common grounds for both of us, thus it is invalid. And look at yourself, you are caught in the stereotyping that all of China's products are crap. Well, I'm not saying I'm defending them. But people like you, and those ideas make our beloved country look stupid, unimpressive, and unable to grasp the new ideas of society to improve our way of living.

  6. eh kung branded ito bakit wala halos sa mga malls ang mga products nila hindi kagaya ng SAMSUNG,LG,SONY,NOKIA,IPHONE at HTC halos ang mga ito nasa mga malls?

  7. Alam mo paano gumagana ang economiya sa mundong ito? Edi nasasakop na ng malalaking brands and android phone business. Lets just say its a striving name. And unlike other brands they have some patented designs of their own. And if I'm not mistaken, the user interface is their high end phones are different.


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