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Gionee M7 Smartphone To Launch on September 25th with Dual Rear Cameras

Chinese handset maker Gionee has recently teased the M7 Power smartphone to be launched on September 28 in Thailand, which would be a full-vision display smartphone. Also, few leaks suggested that the company will be planning to launch a new device in the part of X-series very soon called as Gionee X1, which is still a rumor. Now, this brand has teased an image which is the regular variant of the Gionee, which is going to launch this device on September 25th in China. Earlier, the Gionee M7 smartphone has been listed on the GFX benchmark site with few specifications.

The Gionee M7 smartphone would be the successor of the previously launched Gionee M6 & M6 Plus devices in July 2016. Earlier, the company has launched the Gionee M6s Plus device in China which is priced at 3499 Yuan for 64GB variant and 4299 Yuan for the 256GB model. Also, this brand has introduced the Gionee M6 Lite smartphone in Kenya with 3GB RAM for Ksh 19,999 (approx. $197).

According to GFX benchmark listing, the Gionee M7 smartphone would be powered by Android 7.1.1 Nougat operating system. It would sport a massive 6.0-inch touchscreen with at least five finger gesture support and has a 2160 x 1080 pixel resolution. It shows only one SIM card option, but we can be expected as it would pack with dual SIM support. This device would be packed with a 4G LTE connectivity.

For photography, there is a 16MP primary camera with autofocus, face detection, HDR, touch focus and LED flash support. It would record videos in UHD (4K) at 30 frames per second. On the front, this phone bears an 8MP sensor for selfies. Under the hood, it will be equipped with a 2.3GHz MediaTek MT6758 octa-core Cortex A53 processor packed with a Mali-G71 graphics.

There would be a 64GB of internal memory and 6GB of RAM. Also, the company would come with a plus variant of this device which is called as Gionee M7 Plus. As of now, we don’t have any official information regarding this device as we expect it would launch in coming weeks.
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