After having passed 3C certification earlier this month a new Gionee device dubbed the GN8001 was spotted while clearing TENAA.
According to the TENAA listing the Gionee GN8001 sports a 6" Full HD (1920x1080p) AMOLED display upfront. From the images leaked via TENAA it seems that the upcoming Gionee smartphone comes with razor thin bezels. However there's a slight possibility that Gionee has painted the bezels black.
Under the hood of the 6" phablet is a 1.3GHz octa core SoC which apparently appears to be the Mediatek 6753. This is complimented by a 3GB of RAM and 32GB of internal storage. The optics are handled by a 8MP rear camera alongside a 5MP unit on the front.
The Gionee GN8001 measures at 160.7x81x8.2mm and weighs at 206gms. This is slightly on the heavier side. Going by the images it seems that the device is made out of a piece of metal and that might be the reason behind the extra weight of the device. Furthermore the GN8001 has a rectangular Samsung like home button on the front, which might be sporting a Fingerprint sensor.
The alleged device runs on Android Lollipop 5.1 with the company's own Amigo UI on top. Gionee will soon launch their new phablet in China followed by a global launch.