Gionee’s next Elife S device to be the thinnest smartphone in the world?

By August 24th, 2014 AT 2:04 PM

Chinese smartphone manufacturer Gionee has released a teaser for what appears to be the world’s thinnest smartphone. The teaser image displays the various iconic smartphones such as the Motorola Moto V8, Apple iPhone 4, Motorola Moto RAZR and Gionee’s own Elife S5.5. All these devices had set the trends by being the slimmest during their respective launches. Currently, the Gionee Elife S5.5 is the thinnest smartphone in the world with a waistline of just 5.55 mm and if the teaser is anything to go by, the next smartphone in the Elife S series will be even thinner.

Gionee Elife S

Can you guess how thin it could be? Also, let us know if you want your smartphone to be thinner or should manufacturers focus on other things such as camera quality, ergonomics and software updates?

Via: Gizmobic

Computer science engineer turned technology blogger. Following consumer electronics industry closely from 2006, he can now predict pretty much where the market is heading. He has a dream to own Android, Windows Phone and iOS smartphones all at the same time.

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Darshan
Darshan

But what the thing is the more thin the phone the more it heats up
I have used S G s4 and gionee S5.5 it heats up so much due to thickness
I saw my friends S5 its a little bit thicker than S4 and it doesnt heats up more

Suvham
Suvham

Just used a Gionee CTRL V5. Such a crappy phone it felt to handle. Too much slim that you can’t even hold properly if you’ve big hands like me. Too much laggy because of the crap Amigo UI. 8 MP camera just in name, picture quality is worst, even worst than my Canvas HD. The only perfect phone I have ever used till date it is the Nokia N8 with top build quality, sound quality, display quality, camera quality, battery backup, the easy-to-use Symbian OS. If Nokia bring back Symbian, they will be king. Symbian is so battery friendly. Nokia… Read more »

vsk
vsk

Ha ha ..stone age boy

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