Summary: For a price of Php18,999 , a lot of people would say that it’s not worth it because for a little more, you can get something significantly better or for a little less, you can get something that almost nears it. Well, I’m here to say that most of you may be right, but some of you may find Gionee’s handset to be a great buy. It features one of the most amazing displays I’ve ever seen period , and the cameras on these thing are bosses (except video).
Summary: The Gionee Elife E6 is priced at Rs 22,999 which is on the expensive side considering its performance. At this price point, one can find the Samsung Galaxy S4 mini, Sony Xperia SP, Nokia Lumia 920 – all of which make a better buy. Pricing is not the main issue with the E6 however. The low volume level for the speaker and headphone jack is a problem, the proximity sensor doesn’t work very well and battery life is below average.
Summary: The Gionee Elife E6 brings an impressive set of features to the table. But recommending it at its price point is a little difficult especially in a brand sensitive market like India. If you are looking for a smartphone in the Rs. 20.000 to Rs. 25,000 price range, the Nexus 4 and the Samsung Galaxy S3 are the better options. If you don't mind experimenting, we suggest you give the E6 a chance. It has a good build, interesting UI and a vibrant display.
Pros: Great build, Vibrant full HD display, Loud speakers, Interesting UI
Cons: Camera isn't great in low lighting, Lags at times, No expandable storage