Gionee quad-core Ctrl V5

Gionee quad-core Ctrl V5

Chinese cell phone creator Gionee has propelled yet an alternate mid-officer for the Indian business and this time around it fits in the organization’s Ctrl V-arrangement. The CTRL V5 is evaluated at Rs 12,999 and is accessible through the organization’s official e-store.

The CTRL V5 is the successor to the CTRL V4 propelled in June a year ago and doesn’t have an excess of magnetic specs to separate it from rivalry. Truth be told, it feels a bit overpriced taking a gander at the specs. It’s a double SIM (Gsm+gsm) cell phone with double standby backing. The Ctrl V5 runs Android 4.2 Jelly Bean out-of-the-container, which is very disillusioning when its been over a year since that form was the most recent Android adaptation. It emphasizes a 4.7-inch (540×960 pixels) qhd IPS show, which misses the mark concerning rivalry, for example, the Moto G.

The CTRL V5 has a 1.3ghz quad-center Mediatek (Mt6582v) processor with a Mali 400 GPU under its hood, and it likewise gets a cool 1gb of RAM. Inside capacity is topped at 8gb, which could be stretched further by means of microsd cards (up to 32gb). On the back too, it has a mid-range 8mp Polaroid with LED glimmer, and an optional 2-megapixel front Polaroid. On the connectivity front, the Gionee CTRL V5 incorporates the regular 3g, Wi-Fi, GPS and Bluetooth choices. Nothing strange here.

Indeed the battery is a frustrating 1800 mah unit, evaluated for up to 14.5 hours of talk time and up to 324 hours of standby time on 2g system

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