China-based mobile manufacturers Gionee Communications has become the latest entrant into Nigeria’s ICT sector with its 1.5GHz Mediatek quad-core processor-powered Elife E6 smartphone.
William Lu, vice president at Gionee Communications, said the company had users at heart when developing the smartphone.
“With its intuitive and user-friendly interface, we have developed the Elife E6 with the customers’ interest at heart,” Lu said.
“Supplying what is truly important to them in terms of quality, performance and affordability – all in a stylish and sophisticated design.”
Elife E6 has advanced gesture functionality that allows users to answer calls without pressing any button, but by just raising it to the ear.
They can also play or pause videos by just looking away and can flip pictures with a sweep of the hand over the screen.
Gabriel Nwabueze, marketing manager at Gionee Communications Nigeria Business Unit, said the device is equipped with an autofocus rear camera.
“The Gionee Elife E6 comes with a 13-megapixel auto focus rear camera, which also includes a second generation sensor, along with an LED flash and a 5-megapixel front-facing camera with a 28mm lens and both cameras support 1080p video recording,” Nwabueze said.
Elife E6’s uses the Android 4.2 operating system and is powered by a 2020mah battery.