Alleged 5mm-Thick Gionee Elife S4.8 Spotted in Images Again

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Alleged 5mm-Thick Gionee Elife S4.8 Spotted in Images Again

After a brief appearance on the Tenna website, Gionee's yet-to-be-announced smartphone with codename GN9005 that's expected to come with a record-breaking 5mm thickness, has reportedly appeared online again in a couple of leaked images.

The leaked images of the alleged 5mm-thick smartphone, now said to be called Gionee Elife S4.8, come courtesy Chinese website MTKSJ (via GizChina). The two images show the Black colour variant of the alleged Gionee Elife S4.8 smartphone.

While the first image (seen below) shows the alleged Gionee Elife S4.8 smartphone from the side, the second image (seen above) shows the smartphone kept alongside two coins stacked on top of each other, just to give users an idea of how thin the device is. The second image also shows the handset will feature volume buttons on the left side and a Micro-USB port at the bottom.

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Supposedly codenamed GN9005, the Gionee Elife S4.8 is said to feature a 4.8-inch HD (720x1280 pixel) AMOLED display. The previous Tenna listing also hinted the smartphone would run Android 4.3 Jelly Bean out-of-the-box and be powered by a 1.2GHz quad-core processor (unspecified) paired with 1GB of RAM.

Also seen is the handset's 16GB of inbuilt storage along with an 8-megapixel rear camera and 5-megapixel front-facing camera. A 2050mAh battery reportedly backs the Gionee Elife S4.8 aka GN9005.

With the Tenna listing, smartphone appeared to be headed first to China Mobile, and is expected to be 4G LTE network compatible. The Gionee GN9005 aka Elife S4.8 is yet to be allotted a price tag. Also, there is no word on its launch time frame.

Notably, with the launch of the Gionee Elife S5.5 (Review | Pictures), the firm had managed to beat the record previously held by Vivo X3 by 0.25mm, with a thickness of 5.5mm.

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