Gionee is particularly keen on boasting about its selfie and battery capabilities with the release of the Gionee A1 Lite.

The A1 Lite promises something impressive for the selfie enthusiasts with an impressive 20 MP front camera and on the rear is a 13 MP shooter with auto focus capabilities and LED flash. The A1 Lite also comes with exciting modes like Face beauty, Panorama, HDR, PicNote, Professional, Night, Smart scan, GIF, Smart scene, Time-lapse, Text recognition, Mood photo, Filter, Translation, card scanner, Slow motion, Star shot, Beautified video, Guardlines, Antibanding, Countdown, which supports 1080p video recording — Be the first to experience it here

The A1 Lite uses a 4-Cell/Quadra technique that compounds 4 pixels into one sensor unit. This means it can capture 4 times the amount of light, which improves image quality greatly, especially in low light.

The Gionee A1 Lite doesn’t just come with a Super camera, it also comes with a super battery, a Non-removable Li-Ion 4000 mAh battery that gives you the freedom to go and on without worry.

Expand your world with a 5.3 inch HD (1280 X 720 pixels) IPS display, which is great for watching movies.

The A1 Lite is powered by a 1.3 GHz octa-core MediaTek MT6753 processor. It has 3GB RAM and it runs on Android 7.0 Nougat operating system with Amigo 4.0 UI on top of it. The smartphone comes with dual SIM and is also 4G enabled.

Gionee A1 Lite offers dual SIM feature as one would expect. Connectivity options also include micro USB, Bluetooth 4.1, and Wi-Fi. And of course, you also get GPS with A-GPS for finding your way around.

Ultimately the Gionee A1 Lite is a smartphone for users who would like to avoid hooking up to a power outlet frequently and also promises something impressive for the selfie enthusiasts.

The Gionee A1 Lite will be available in red, black and gold colours and it will be available in Nigeria before the end of August.

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