Gionee M7 Power Review


Gionee M7 Power has a 6.0 inch 18:9 Full View Screen. Whilst the size of the phone remains, the phone has a higher screen-to-body ratio and a wider field of vision, which brings you a shockingly stunning visual experience and a better enjoyment when watching videos, playing games, reading and using the split-screen function.

Gionee M7 Power adopts a FullView Display on the front side, which makes it clean and pure. The flat back cover design makes it smooth and elegant. The metal part at the back is made out of No.6 series aluminum with diamond-cut or laser-cut, making it high-end and slip-proof.

Equipped with a built-in 5000mAh high-quality battery and intelligent power management system researched and developed by Gionee, M7 Power’s standby time could have significantly extended.

A new 3D dynamic shoot mode. By taking a multiple dimension shot, you can create a stereoscopic image. Turn the phone or slide screen to enjoy the 3D picture -stroll around like you are in the middle of the scene. A brand new and fun experience for everyone.

Multi-function fingerprint identification can quickly unlock the phone in a safe and easy way. When taking a selfie, you can start the shutter by a simple touch, making the whole process more convenient. More functions are added on the fingerprint sensor, besides camera shutter, you can turn on Torch, Recorder or Camera in shortcut while screen is off or locked.

You can upload contacts, SMS, call record, pictures, files, applications, notepads, recordings and other data into a private space, securing personal important information and data security.

Take selfies through the front camera with advanced software algorithms. M7 Power will automatically blurs the background, making the selfie look more beautiful.

4GB RAM speeds up playing games and watching videos. 64GB ROM for storing everything you like.

Log in up to three WhatsApp accounts to meet the needs of communication.

Verdict: Good battery life with good design and Full View display. Camera delivers good quality images when the light condition  is good, not a great performer in lowlight.