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I found the first Android phone that has iPhone 6s-style 3D Touch

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The Gionee S8 will hit stores two months from now, and will cost just under €450 in those markets where it’ll be available. The price suggests the phone will have mid-ranged hardware, but that’s not quite so. We’re looking at a 5.5-inch Full HD AMOLED display, octa-core Mediatek MT6755 processor, 4GB of RAM, 64GB of storage, microSD support, 16-megapixel camera with f/1.8 aperture and fast auto-focus, 8-megapixel front camera, LTE Cat. 6 support, dual-SIM support, and a 3,000 mAh battery.

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