Too huge screens for my taste, but the other specs are good including the 3.5mm jack!
Good that they use SD 660, which is barely an inch behind the SD820, showing how capable it is in performance, although not that great in energy consumption and heat dissipation.
LG superfan, 27 Nov 2017Well its one of the cheapest flagship available but you can also get alot better by adding ano... moreOr wait for a while and save 100$ when will Honor V10 will dbe relesaed.
By the way, do you know how much 64 gb OnePlus 5t crap officially costs in Russia? 685 usd. Once agail. almost SEVEN HUNDRED DOLLARS. So real prices can be even crazier than you expect from this BBK brand of fake flagships.
AnonD-598916, 27 Nov 2017Seems like the posters outside of China do not understand Gionee's product placement, so let m... moreTbh, the 1900 yuan devices only have 10 percent chance of being original ones.. I have seen such things happen in India too
ZloiYuri, 27 Nov 2017Bad camera, huge proce, spyware, low screen resolution (yes, pentile amoled means step down in... moreWell its one of the cheapest flagship available but you can also get alot better by adding another $100
krishk, 27 Nov 2017As usual..... Gionee craps.... Wonder how this company still sustaining.... Go to Hell R... moreJust don't know why some just can't repsect others, even If its not the brand they like.
LG superfan, 27 Nov 2017Aside from bad camera its a pretty solid phoneBad camera, huge proce, spyware, low screen resolution (yes, pentile amoled means step down in resolution, fhd=hd), proprietary DashCharge that too expensive. Yeah, very solid.
Gioneer M7 Plus has perfect screen size except lower resolution. It sould be QHD+ for this price.
AnonD-598916, 27 Nov 2017Seems like the posters outside of China do not understand Gionee's product placement, so let m... moreSo basically people lacking knowledge about smartphones buy vivo and oppo because of beauty filters and hot models and huawei screen stoping bullets myth seriously WTF
LG superfan, 27 Nov 2017Oneplus is far better than vivo oppo crapi was thinking about OnePlus 5T but after i saw bad camera quality, I gave up the idea of buying oneplus
LG superfan, 27 Nov 2017$665 for a f#ucking sd660 gionee you are outta your mind huawei mate10 cost $700 and G6 around $650Seems like the posters outside of China do not understand Gionee's product placement, so let me explain. But first, I have to correct LG superfan who I've quoted. The price right now for Mate 10 in China is 4099 yuan which translates to 620$, and LG G6 are available as gray imports from Hong Kong costing around 2000 yuan or 300$. Xperia XZ HK version will set you back by 285$ for 64GB model. You can also get Galaxy S8 grey import US units for 515$. New and unactivated Hong Kong Google Pixel phones cost 1900 yuan (287$) for 128GB version, but they ship without packaging and with Nexus wall charger. However, most Chinese will still prefer domestically produced phone or an iPhone if they can afford it, as those are much more expensive here than say in the US (1267$ for a basic 64GB iPhone X or 890$ for a basic iPhone 8).
So, who's are the target audiences of the Chinese phone companies? Chinese students who aren't loaded usually go for Xiaomi or Meizu phones, which are cheap but still powerful. The young people who have a bit more money but are less tech-savvy (and mostly female who don't even know what the hell is a Snapdragon SoC) prefer OPPO or VIVO phones, in large due to their powerful "beautify" selfie functions and the commercials starring young "hot" male idols. Representatives of the Chinese government, various officials and bureaucracy who previously often sported a brand new iPhone are in most cases required to switch to a domestic brand, and almost all of them go for HUAWEI phones. They are also very popular with businessmen and patriotically-inclined Chinese for their strong image of the premium domestic brand which represents China (Hua in HUAwei has a meaning "China" among others) and China's major technological advancements in electronics, also becouse the Chinese often believe that Huawei's are 100% domestic products, including their processors (which is disputable, since Kirin still uses ARM cores and, more importantly, runs on Google's own Android). There are also a lot of myths floating around about Huawei's superior build quality like Huawei phone screens are superior to any foreign maker's and are in fact so durable that they never break and can even stop bullets (like seriously), among others. As for top of the line Gionee phones, like the M7 Plus, with their high pricing and premium build materials they are often chosen by a middle-aged filthy rich entrepreneurs (excluding those from the IT field who do know better) who don't really care about the latest and greatest SoC inside but do care about the leather case and a large battery. For example the richest person I've ever met owns a Gionee M2017 which while sporting a Snapdragon 653 has a price tag of 1150 EUR, believe it or not. Anyway, to say that the Gionee phones are popular even here in China would be a severe overstatement. As for OnePlus, I've seen it only once in China in the wild, and it was in the hands of an Italian tourist :D The brand is almost unknown in it's home country. So that's that.
Anonymous, 27 Nov 2017This is for leather loving people in cn. Doesn't work in rest of the world I believe..They can buy a better high end device and a leather case
As usual..... Gionee craps....
Wonder how this company still sustaining....
Go to Hell
RIP in advance....