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Gionee P7 Max Launched with 3GB RAM, 13MP Camera

China, of late, has become a hub for a large number of smartphone manufacturers. Many of these manufacturers have slowly begun their ascend towards global domination, starting from neighbouring countries. Gionee too, has been one such ambitious brand based out of China, and the company has been operating in Nepal and India as well. The company has now revealed their latest smartphone, the Gionee P7 Max, which has been released in Nepal.  The smartphone has been priced in at NPR 21,999 ($206).


The Gionee P7 Max comes out into the markets with a full-metal unibody. The smartphone offers the users with dual-SIM support. It is a 5.5 inched device, and it features the Amigo UI 3.2, based on the Android 6.0 Marshmallow OS. The Gionee P7 Max features a powerful 64-bit 2.2GHz MediaTek MT6595 octa-core processor.

The smartphone also runs on 3GB of RAM along with 32GB of built-in storage space. As of now there is now word on whether it is expandable or not. It is however, highly anticipated that the device will support expandable storage. In addition to this, the Gionee P7 Max also features a 13MP camera at the back, along with a 5MP camera in the front. The device features 3100mAh of battery, and is a Nepal exclusive for now. There is no word on the international availability of the device.

The speaker has been placed on the back of the device, while it comes with physical buttons on the right. At first glance, the device looks bezel-less, but one can observe black bars around the display when they give a deeper look.  The Gionee branding is visible on the back-side of the Gionee P7 Max smartphone. The device brings forward many changes to the way things function, and it is indeed an interesting prospect from the company.


Article written by Vishal Sancheti

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