Recently we reported about the very first leaked renders of the Gionee M7 Pus smartphone. Now the device is spotted passing through the Chinese certificate agency's website TENAA. As for the TENAA listing, the Gionee M7 Plus comes with a 6.43 inch full HD+ display having an aspect ratio of 18:9.
Recently a new smartphone from Chinese OEM Gionee was spotted visiting the benchmarking site AnTuTu. Even earlier than that, the same device was seen visiting GFXbench. Till today we were talking about features and internal specs of the device. Now we have something that will show you how the device looks
Chinese smartphone maker Gionee unveiled the Gionee M7 Power smartphone back in September this year. The Gionee M7 Power smartphone was unveiled in China only. But now the company has today officially unveiled the Gionee M7 Power smartphone in India also. The Gionee M7 smartphone comes with similar 6.01-inch HD+(1440x720p) display. It comes
Gionee unveiled the Gionee M7 Power smartphone back in September this year. The smartphone was first introduced in China and then later it was made global. Now the company has started teasing the Gionee M7 Power smartphone in India. The teaser starts with a Hashtag called #MpowerwithGionee. The M Power in
After many leaks and rumors, Chinese smartphone maker Gionee has now officially released the Gionee M7 smartphone in China. The Gionee M7 smartphone comes with 6.01-inch full HD+ (2160x1080p) display on the front. The display panel used in Gionee M7 is Super AMOLED panel. Coming to other details, the device comes
LG and Samsung took mobile enthusiasts 2017 into storms by introducing their own near bezel-less smartphones. LG introduced the LG G6 as world's smartphone with FullVision display with an aspect ratio of 18:9. The second smartphone in that league was the Samsung Galaxy S8 series. We have seen many more companies
With the Samsung Galaxy S8 and LG G6, we got a new standard in smartphones and smartphone displays. Both the OEMs introduced a new tech for better display and so called bezel less displays. We have already seen many OEMs adopting the 18:9 aspect ratio for their flagship smartphone displays. Micromax