What appears to be the Gionee S10 has now shown up on GFXBench. As is usually the case with such listings, there are some details on specifications provided. According to the listing, the Gionee S10 will likely be powered by a MediaTek MTK6755 (more popularly known as the Helio P10) hexa-core SoC, clocked at 2.0 GHz. The smartphone also seems to be sporting a 5.5-inch display with a 1920 x 1080 resolution. In addition, The GFXBench listing also supports what had been reported in previous rumors, with the smartphone coming equipped with 4GB of RAM and 64GB of internal storage.
The benchmark listing highlights the Gionee S10 will come with a 12 or 13-megapixel rear camera. For reference, previous reports that have shown the Gionee S10 sporting a dual camera setup arranged horizontally, with each sensor reportedly being a 13-megapixel sensor. For those more interested in the selfie side of things, the front-facing camera seems to be a 16-megapixel shooter. One aspect worth noting is the video capabilities of the cameras, as it seems the rear camera will be capable of FHD video recording while the front-facing camera will be capable of recording at a 4K resolution. Other notable aspects include a single-SIM slot, no NFC, and if the listing is correct - the Gionee S10 will likely ship with Android 7.0 (Nougat) out of the box. With likely help from a skin over the top.
This is not the first time that the Gionee S10 has show up as it was recently spotted passing through TENAA, along with images. As such, a number of the phone's external features have already been detailed. For instance, the Gionee S10 will have a home button, which doubles as a fingerprint scanner, below the display, with the home button is flanked by two capacitive buttons. The device's power button, volume up and volume down buttons are found on the right side of the smartphone. The phone will also likely have a 3,700 mAh battery, which is an ample battery capacity given the phone's specs. There is no information yet regarding the phone's pricing and availability, but as is always the case, details on these points should surface in due course.