- Gionee will launch its M7 Power in an event in Bangkok
- Company claims that M7 will have more than a Full-view Display
- The phone might come with a high capacity battery
In this era of innovation and high-end technology, Gionee is doing its best to stay in the front seat. For this, the tech giant has taken a step further and is coming up with their M7 Power smart phone. With the official announcement to launch the phone on September 28th, the brand has joined the bezel-less screen club. Gionee gave a teaser of their new M7 Power smartphone that has a full-view display. There have been a few more officially launched teasers by the brand that says, this smart phone is “More than full-view display”, with the launch date.
As the name suggests, Gionee M7 Power, “power” signifies the phone’s high capacity battery or processors that would come loaded to boost the performance of the device. With the official teaser revealed, we can say that Gionee M7 Power can have a 18:9 aspect ratio display.
The phone could have a 6-inch full HD (1080 X 2160) display that could be protected with Gorilla glass. To enhance the amazing feel of the screen, the brand may offer a 16 MP primary and an 8 MP front camera for video calling and selfies.
The GFXBench listing discloses that the Gionee M7 Power will be featured with a MediaTek Helio P30 octa-core processor. To deliver smooth and speedy processing, the M7 will have a 6GB RAM and may come with 64GB internal storage. We although don’t have any speculations about the expandable storage so far if any.
Regarding the performance, the Gionee M7 Power is anticipated to feature Android 7.1.1 with Amigo UI. The brand has not revealed anything about its battery capacity but according to expectations, it might have a high capacity battery. For connectivity, it will be available with Bluetooth and Wi-Fi as standard and to know more we need to wait until its official launch. September 28 isn’t too far right! Or is it?
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