Gionee M7 Power with FullView display expected to launch on September 28

Gionee M7 Power

Gionee is gearing up to release a new smartphone with the name Gionee M7 Power. According to a set of teasers released on Weibo, the upcoming Gionee M7 Power will be equipped with an edge-to-edge FullView display.

A Weibo user with the handle “Jin Li smart phone” has published four images of the smartphone along with the information that the phone will launch on September 28, 2017, in Thailand. Upon inspection of the images, we can infer that the phone doesn’t include any bezels on the left and right side.

Gionee M7 Power

If you look at the top and bottom, there is a presence of very thin bezel. The company name has been embedded on the bottom bezel.

Gionee M7 Power

We are unable to spot any navigation button. Hence, we are of the impression that the physical home button and the fingerprint sensor will be integrated on to the display.

Gionee M7 Power

Gionee M7 Power

Recently, a Gioneee smartphone with 18:9 aspect ratio surfaced on GFXBench, which could be the forthcoming Gionee M7 Power. The Weibo teaser only shows the White color variant of the handset. The teaser also gives an impression that the display will ship with more than FullView display.

As the name suggests, the upcoming Gionee M7 Power will be equipped with a large battery since the name of the phone includes the term Power. Specifications wise, the Gionee M7 Power features a 6-inch FHD display, Helio P30 processor, ARM Mali-G71 graphics, 6GB RAM coupled with 64GB internal storage.

The rear camera will have a 16MP sensor, while the front-facing camera bears an 8MP sensor. In addition to 4G VoLTE, the Gionee M7 Power provides support for NFC, GPS, Wi-Fi and Bluetooth including all standard sensors.

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The launch of a smartphone with large capacity battery helps you to carve more from the installed apps and games. Likely to be integrated with a 5000mAh battery, the phone will be able to deliver a backup of more than three days upon normal usage.

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