This is significant because Blu Products here in the U.S. often pick up Gionee’s phones to rebrand. This could soon wind up as Blu’s flagship phone.
Gionee ELife E8, 6-inch 2K (2560 x 1440) screen, octa-core MediaTek MT6795 Helio X10 at 2GHz, 8MP front and 23MP back cameras, 3GBs RAM, 32GBs internal storage, fingerprint recognition, dual-SIM dual standby, microSD card slot, 3,250mAh battery, 164 x 82.3 x 9.6mm.
The MediaTek MT6795 is a competitor to the Snapdragon 810:
For more information on the phone itself, see Anzhuo, which broke the story [Google Translate]. There’s a Youku hands-on video at that site which GizmoChina cross-posted to YouTube and can be seen here:
As far as I’m concerned, this trumps Xiaomi’s Mi Note Pro I wish was being sold in the U.S.. The Note Pro has a 5.7-inch screen. I’d like at least a full six-inch screen. Let’s hope reviews say the cameras are good.