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Gionee M7 Plus spotted on TENAA website: May launch on November 26

The unannounced phone from Gionee, the Gionee M7 Plus has received fresh leaks, showing it on TENAA website. The phone is shown with dual cameras and a premium textured back and a shiny frame.

The Gionee M7 Plus is seen listed on TENAA and was earlier spotted on AnTuTu and GFXBench listings. Thanks to these leaks, almost all the specifications of the phone are known. The Gionee M7 Plus looks like a premium smartphone from the Chinese manufacturer. Here are some of the leaked specifications of the device.

Gionee M7 Plus leaked specifications

Gionee M7 Plus TENAA

The leaked Gionee M7 Plus images show the device featuring a premium textured back with a shiny metallic window for the camera setup and fingerprint sensor. The sides of the phone are tipped to be metallic too. On the front, the M7 Plus is tipped to come with a huge 6.43 inch display with 18:9 aspect ratio.

While this display is expected to be an AMOLED panel, we also have leaks about the cameras. The Gionee M7 Plus is shown in the benchmarks, sporting a dual camera at the back with one of the sensors tipped to be a 16MP unit. A front-facing camera is also expected to come as an 8MP unit.

Coming to hardware, the AnTuTu listing shows a Snapdragon 660 processor paired with Adreno 512 GPU. This combination is further tipped to be backed by 6GB RAM and 64GB internal storage with up to 256GB microSD card expansion option.

Since the phone is now listed on TENAA, we can expect it to release soon. So it will be safe to say that the Gionee M7 Plus will come with Android 7.1.1 Nougat with Amigo OS 5.0 from Gionee. While the battery capacity on the phone is not known yet, it is leaked to feature a hybrid SIM slot which means it will be a dual SIM phone.

Gionee may announce the phone on November 26 as part of the 8 phones the company is expected to launch with a full-screen display.


Abhishek Bhatnagar

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