So normally, when I hear Gionee, the first or main thing that comes to my mind is battery, a very big battery capacity. This was very evident in the Gionee M2017 which had a 7000 mAh battery capacity, and the Gionee M6 and M6 Plus too.
Well, there is now a successor and this one’s not smiling in terms of battery power too. Let us welcome the Gionee M6S Plus. The Gionee M6S Plus could be said to be a worthy successor to the Gionee M6 range, at least going by the one specification we are sure of – the battery capacity.
Invites are already been sent out for the launch to take place on April 24th in Beijing China. Though no specification is given aside of the fingerprint ID sighted on the invite pack, and the battery capacity that is said to be up to 6020 mAh.
The Gionee M6S Plus device would run on the Android Nougat out of the box since the “M” series from Gionee, previously also known as “Marathon”, has always been about cramming huge batteries into mid-range smartphones.
Also, we do expect there to be a huge RAM, say 6 GB, unlike the 4 GB on the Gionee M6. I must confess that I sincerely like the recent adoption of the 6 GB RAM by many smartphones. It shows that phone users might actually be clamoring for bigger RAM phones.
So talking about batteries too, I think Gionee’s big battery is one of their best selling points and a trademark for them too. If only all other phone brands could toe this same part of Gionee, I think the world would be a better place for us all with less “low battery” tunes.
So come on the 24th of April to China – if you can – and witness the unveiling of another monster – the Gionee M6S Plus. Can Gionee ever stop wowing us?