- No 3G
- No Wi-Fi
- Dual Sim
- 64 MB RAM, 128 MB inbuilt
- 3000 mAH Battery
- 2.8 inches, 240 x 320 px display
- 1.3 MP Rear Camera
- Memory Card Supported, upto 16 GB
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Gionee L800 UpdatedOn January 18, 2017.
Quick Specifications[See Full Specifications]
- Dual Sim
- 3000 mAH Battery
- 2.8 inches
- 240 x 320 pixels
- 1.3 MP
- 64 MB RAM
- 128 MB Inbuilt Memory
- Memory Card Support, upto 16 GB
- Music Player
- Video Player
- FM Radio
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AdvantagesDisplay In Groups
Has Dual Sim
|Use multiple sims at the same time. It allows you to use two services without the need to carry two mobile phones at the same time.|
Supports Video Recording
|You can record videos of beautiful moments, sceneries and watch them later.|
Supports Memory Card
upto 16 GB
|Memory cards give your device more storage capacity. So you can store more songs, photos and videos.|
|Bluetooth enables you to wirelessly listen to music and calls using bluetooth headsets.|
Supports Video Player
|Watch your favourite video songs and movies in video player. It supports MP4 file types.|
Supports Music Player
|Listen to your favourite songs in music player. It supports MP3 etc. file types.|
Supports FM Radio
|Listen to your favourite radio stations on your phone. Enjoy music on the go with FM Radio.|
Long Battery Standby Time
|With long battery standby time, phone battery can last more days without charging in idle condition.|
DisadvantagesDisplay In Groups
|Thick mobile phones are harder to carry and look a little old-fashioned.|
Relatively Heavy Weight
|The weight is too heavy considering the screen size (2.8 inches).|
Low Resolution Camera
|Low resolution camera will not take very sharp and clear photos.|
Limited Amount Of RAM
|Small RAM has trouble in running more applications at the same time, which makes the phone little slower.|
Doesn't Have A Compass
|Compass Determines direction facing relative to North, East, West and South.|
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|Device Type:||Budget Phone|
|Release Date:||April, 2013|
|Dimensions:||118 x 51 x 15.5 mm|
|Form Factor:||Classic (Candybar)|
|Type:||Color TFT screen|
|Size:||2.8 inches, 240 x 320 pixels|
|PPI:||~ 143 PPI|
|Internal:||128 MB inbuilt|
|Card Slot:||Yes, upto 16 GB|
|Camera:||Yes, 1.3 MP|
|Browser:||Yes, supports WAP|
|Supports:||MMS, Instant Messanging|
|Social Networking:||Facebook, Twitter|
|Size:||3000 mAH, Li-Po Battery|
|Standby time:||30 days|
Misleading photographs on their website, the worst T9 on the planet, defective straight out of the box, careless customer service.
I bought the Gionee L800 inn coffee-champagne colour 2 weeks ago after reading some reviews and going through the specs, thinking it would be an excellent phone. Well, I received it a week ago and here’s the deal:
1. COLOUR- I bought coffee-champagne colour looking at the rich, attractive colours of this phone on the Gionee website. When I saw the phone physically, I was shocked. The phone was supposed to be an opulent and sophisticated coffee-champagne colour. The phone IS a washed-out, dull, boring, faded and VERY tired looking rose-gold colour. It looks pansy. Not to mention, just like any other mobile one could literally buy off the street. The customer service says this is due to the ’ special environments & Light’ but that’s just bullshit. The keypad, shown to have a nice contrast on the Gionee website photographs, has no contrast in the real phone at all. Are they trying to say that this contrast also magically vanished due to the ‘special environments & Light’? Besides, being a decent photographer myself, I know that these colour changes were not due to their lights, however special. Seems like they made a beautiful sample piece for the photographs, and washed-out, sad versions for mass-production.
2. BACKLIGHT- The phone’s keypad backlight- not working. Defective, straight out of the box. How do you like that.Feels like they’re busy spending all their money on advertising; so much so that a defective backlight here and there doesn’t matter.
3. T9 (dictionary mode while messaging)- Oh man. I don’t know where to get started on this one. This phone has the worst T9 EVER. Basic, simple words, are not there in the T9 database! Words like ‘going’. ‘GOING’! To type going using T9, I had to type ‘go’ <space> ’in’ <space> ‘g’. Then I had to go back and delete those spaces to arrive at ‘going’. Good god man, I mean if this is the sort of BHAYAANAK JUGAAD one has to do to arrive at simple words, one is sure to go mad very soon. Unbelievable, and unacceptable for a person who always messaged using T9.
4. SCREEN- The screen, though beautiful, has a nasty habit of either stretching or flattening photographs from the memory card, when you try you view them. Even after rotating the pics. I was dismayed to see this. Pictures freshly taken on the Gionee itself, will display correctly, but pics stored on your memory card from before, will invariably be displayed stretched or flattened. This MAY be because I may not know something about how to view them correctly (although I am sure this is not the case), so I’m giving them the benefit of doubt here.
Rest, this phone is biggish and heavy too. That may be a good thing or a bad thing depending on how the end customer likes phones to be (‘the weight is a sign of reliability’ and all that). Ladies, this phone WILL BULGE in your pocket, and more so with slim fits.
5. GIONEE’S CUSTOMER SERVICE. Oh wait, they have a customer ‘service’? Apparently they do. I sent them a mail the day I received the phone, and it took them 8 days and a reminder mail to get them to reply. When they DID reply, they only said ‘We would like to inform that these snaps were shots in special environments & Light. These snaps may differ in actual.’ They completely ignored the backlight problem had raised in the mail. Pathetic, really. You may ask why I don’t simply take it to the service center and get it repaired. I would do that if I had used it for some months or years. This is a brand new piece and is defective right out of the box! I don’t want to use it and discover more and more defects. No, this phone needs to be replaced.
All in all, thoroughly disappointing so far, even keeping in mind the other features (which I have not used as I want to return the phone), as the basics (customer service, T9, defect-free-when-new, skewed screen, HONESTY) are not in place.
- So far, nothing
- Terrible T9
- Terrible customer service
- Defective taken right out of its sealed box
- VERY different colour, which they're trying to attribute to 'special environments & Light', which is not true.