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Wednesday, 6 March 2013

Gionee Dream D1 smartphone coming on March 23

The flagship Android device from Gionee will feature a Quad core processor & a Super AMOLED plus display
Chinese adaptable cast Gionee has afresh started its operations in India and has aswell appear the barrage of the Gionee Gpad 1 phablet for the Indian market. Now Gionee is gearing up to barrage its flagship artefact - the Gionee Dream D1 smartphone - for the Indian bazaar and will be ablution it soon.

While demography to The Adaptable Indian, Gionee adumbrative in India said, "Gionee will be announcement the barrage of the Dream D1 Android smartphone for the Indian bazaar on the 23rd March, The prices are about not accomplished but will be accomplishing it soon."

The Gionee Dream D1 smartphone will affection a 4.65 inch HD display, which is said to be based on Super AMOLED Plus technology. It's the aforementioned affectation technology that makes the Samsung Galaxy S3 so popular. Forth with that the accessory will be powered appliance a 1.3 GHz cloister amount CPU based on ARM case A7 architecture. There will be 1 GB of RAM to accomplish things aqueous and bland and forth with that there will be a 4 GB of onboard accumulator that can be broadcast up to addition 32 GB with the use of micro SD cards.

The accessory will affection an 8 megapixel rear camera which is able of recording 720p videos and a 1 megapixel foreground adverse camera for video calling and conferencing. The Gionee Dream D1 will be based on Google Android's latest Android Jelly Bean operating arrangement which will accompany best appliance affinity and appearance to the accessory as well.

The Gionee Dream D1 was beforehand slated to be launched appear the end of February this year but due to change in the taxation action on adaptable accessories by the Government of India, the aggregation could not adjudge on its price. Though Gionee has not accepted its amount but we apprehend that the smartphone will be priced about Rs 15,000.


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