I would expect at least a 3000mah battery because google buys 500mah for $3
YuYu Alsalmi, 02 May 2014Again 5.5"?? -.-The new standard...
Good phone. Hello GSMarena please review the Gionee M2 immediately please
Renekton, 02 May 2014Wow this is exactly Gionee Elife E7, the phone I'm currently using. Specs as well as the two v... moreBlu and Gionee are actually in one way same company. Just like alcatel and TLC.. they brand their company by regions mostly so it could fit the market and of course some other reasons only businessman's could understand ( if u know what i mean :))) ).
I'll now be waiting for Micromax to re-brand it and sell it in India! :D haha
like i would buy that
Renekton, 02 May 2014Wow this is exactly Gionee Elife E7, the phone I'm currently using. Specs as well as the two v... moreWell, duh...
Blu always releases rebranded Gionee phones.
Also, Gionee sells a lot of rebranded phones to a lot of "phone manufacturers", with or without minor modifications to the models they sell under their own brand.
cost is very close to OnePlus One with just one change in the SoC, like this one is 0.3GHz slow.. Blu can take up some of the market of OnePlus as there expected time to delivery is June..
Looks like a nice budget phone. These kind of products if available globally can really give tough competition to the top dogs with their aggressive pricing.
Djz, 02 May 2014no sd is a dealbraker for me...I also thought that this is rather a downside because in my last phone I had 32GB Microsd + 8GB internal. But I can manage in the given memory... What hurts more is the absence of dual sim, since it's such useful thing to have here in India.
Though the price point overshadows everything. This beast of hardware with top notch cameras is steal for the price it comes at.
Nice specs, only downside is battery with only 2,500 mAh it should be at least 3,000 mAh for screen size of 5,5 inch.