The Chinese smartphone maker, Gionee has now officially confirmed that its Gionee M7 handset will be officially announced at an event in Beijing on September 25. The company also provided a brief description of the upcoming M7. According to Gionee, the M7 wears a Full View AMOLED display. And, also will be the first device to protected by a dual-security chip.
Taking the AMOLED display of M7 into consideration. Gionee claims that the display is directly sourced from the largest supplier of AMOLED screens, Samsung. The Chairman of Gionee, about the company’s camaraderie with Samsung quoted this: “Although Samsung’s full screen resources are indeed very scarce, but Gionee and Samsung has maintained a good relationship of cooperation“.
M7 – The First Dual-Security Chip Smartphone
Although, the full-screen AMOLED display is one of the main highlight of the M7. The dual-security chip ought to be the USP of the device. Gionee had improved the single layered security chip debuted with M6 to a dual one with the M7. The Dual-Security chip consist of the previous ultra-high security level data encryption chip seen in M6, but also is equipped with a new pay security chip.
Expected Features Of Gionee M7
Gionee revealed only the two key specs of the M7 and remaining conserved till the announcement. However, courtesy to certain leaks and benchmarking sites. The M7 is expected to be powered by MediaTek Helio P30 SoC. Flaunts a 6-inch (2160 x 1080 pixels) Full HD+ screen with 18:9 aspect ratio. Boards a massive 6GB RAM and 64GB storage. Boots Android 7.1.1 pre-installed. For snapping pictures, M7 packs 16-megapixel rear camera and an 8-megapixel front-facing camera.
Nonetheless, the complete features will be revealed once the device gets officially unveiled on September 25 in Beijing, China.