The popular Chinese brand, Gionee Communication is trying to make a mark in the highly competitive smart phone market that is being ruled by big companies like Samsung, Sony, HTC, Nokia, Apple and so on. The company is now rolling out an OTA update to its flagship device Elife E7 and this will be the second update within a span of a month as it was previously updated in April that came up with some minor tweaks.
The new roll out will be bring many changes in the Smart phone mainly in the camera segment. The side of the download file is 69.47 MB and you can download it by directly heading to the System update app from Gionee where everything is done automatically or else you can opt for the harder way by manually going to the Settings > All Settings > About Phone > System updates, where you can find the update that has to be installed. Moreover make sure that your phone has enough battery to complete the installation process, so that it won’t die before the process is completed.
- Updated V9 search – The update has brought in a change in the V9 search engine application and improved the stability of the app
- Updated GioneeXender – The Company’s own Gionee Xender app has been tweked, for giving optimized performance that will improve the linking success rate. (This app is used to transfer files faster via Bluetooth)
- Black Shadow issue resolved – The Elife E7 users were getting a shadow while taking a picture with the flash, on a light coloured background. With this update this problem has been resolved which is considered to a major update
- Anti Banding added – Anti banding feature added to the camera, under the camera settings
- Mirror feature is turned off when the you use the front camera
Note: Make sure you backup your device before updating it see that the device has sufficient battery.
Though it might not be a huge update for the device but it has fixed few issues that the users of Elife E7 were facing. Let us know if you have installed the update successfully or did you face any problem.
Source: Gionee Blog