You might be aware of, Chinese manufacturer Gionee is intending to bring a full-screen smartphone with 18:9 aspect ratio. Recently, the company confirmed a launch event for September 25 by teasing Gionee’s upcoming smartphone M7, a successor of last year’s M6. Now, an image has been surfaced by exposing the rear panel of the device.
According to the posted image, the device seems quite identical to its predecessor with refined edges. The significant difference we have noticed is its dual rear camera. To follow the current trend, the device migrated to dual camera setup whereas, M6 had a single 13MP shooter on the back. A fingerprint sensor is embedded in the middle of the back, resembling typical Chinese smartphones. The device is made out of the full metal unibody design, sources confirmed.
Furthermore, it is expected to feature 6.0-inch 1080 x 2160p Full HD+ display, 2.3GHz MediaTek Helio P30 SoC paired with ARM Mali-G71 GPU, 64GB internal storage coupled with 6GB RAM, Android 7.1.1, Nougat, dual 16-megapixels rear camera and an 8-megapixels front camera.
To recall, Gionee M6 was announced last year with 5.5-inch Full HD display, MediaTek MT6755 Helio P10 processor integrated Mali-T860MP2 GPU, 64 / 128GB storage coupled with 4GB RAM, 13MP rear, 8MP front cameras combo, Android Marshmallow and whooping 5,000 mAh battery out of the box.
Source: Weibo (Chinese)
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