Gionee Elife E3 Price in India – Specifications & Features

Despite not being known as one of the front running Smartphone manufacturers Gionee has certainly cemented its place in the rush as a potential house in many parts of the world. Coming to the particular Gionee Elife E3, the device seems to be carrying nicely arranged specs. The product carries a price tag of just Rs. 13,480.

Display, Processor, Graphics, Operating System:

At a really reasonable tag the device sports a 4.7 inches IPS display with 720p resolution having the pixel density of 312 ppi. It runs through an A7 Quad Core processor rotating at 1.2 GHz mated with 1 GB RAM. For the gaming passionate, the device has Power VR Series 5XT graphics processing unit. However, the product plays with Android 4.2 Jelly Bean operating system.

Storage and Camera:

Coming to the storage part, the device offers 16 GB native memory for your favourite stuffs. However, you can it expand it further to a huge 32 GB through the external SD slots. In terms of snapper, the device packs an 8 MP option at the main end with 3264 x 2448 pixels resolution with autofocus and LED flash to ensure you can capture photos even in low light condition. Additionally, there is a 2 MP camera available at the front end as well. The video quality is of ultimate level at 1080p.

Battery, Connectivity, etc:

It packs a Lithium Ion battery with the device for back-up support. The Elife E3 is available in four colour editions of Black, White, Blue and Pink. For the music freaks the product has FM radio option. Taking a sight over the connectivity, the product has all sorts of expected options like Bluetooth 4.0, EDGE, WLAN, GPRS, and USB 2.0. Coming to the players, there is MP3, WAV, and DTS upgrade options available.


Talking of the Pros, the first thing to mention is certainly going to be the impressive IPS display. It is a nice looking device with a solid trimmed frame. The device is like a heavenly stuff for the music freaks as the sound quality is thoroughly enchanting.


The device is not much impressive when it comes of the application part. It’s not surprising if someone complains of the interface.

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