Gionee, a Chinese handset maker, has once again introduced a first in the mobile industry. It was the first to manufacture the thinnest smartphone during the time that they launched the two revolutionary handsets known as the Elife sS5.5 and Elife E5.1. And now the Chinese has done it again. This time materializing a smartphone with two 1080p displays.
The Gionee W900 is a clamshell type made to simulate the Samsung’s Android flip phones, which were apparently in the mainstream in China.
If you are curious about it as many others are, here is the list of (limited) features of specifications to condition your expectations.
- 4-inch internal and external displays with an impressive 1080 x 1920 pixel resolutions (550 ppi density)
- Runs Android 4.4 KitKat
- Weight: 172 grams
- 14.8 mm thick (closed)
- Quad-core 1.5 GHz processor
- Supports LTE
- 13 MP rear camera
- 5 MP front-facing camera
- 2 GB of RAM
- 16 GB of expandable storage space
- 2050 mAh battery
That’s all information we have now of this one of a kind smartphone. But we would keep you updated as soon as new information is released, most importantly it’s selling price! We hate to break your hearts though, but would most probably exclusive in China. But who knows, this might be the next big thing in the mobile industry.
Gionee W900: World’s First Smartphone with Two 1080p Displays