Gionee will be launching their latest pair of smartphones on July 26th with at least one model boasting a 6020mAh battery.
Gionee’s newest smartphone will arrive on the 26th July in both standard M6 and M6 Plus versions, and will include battery sizes of up to 6020mAh and a dedicated security chipset set to make it one of the most secure phones on the market.
With enhanced security the Gionee M6 range should offer better protection over your smartphone, and more importantly apps and accounts that are connected to it (including bank accounts) than any other smartphone previously launched.
These images of the phone come just after a TENAA document was published showing specifications for the phones.
Apparently the standard M6 will have a 5000mAh battery wile the M6 Plus will have a 6020mAh battery. It’s expected that both versions of the phone will come with a Mediatek Helio P10 chipset, 5.5-inch display, 4GB RAM, 8 mega-pixel front camera and 13 mega-pixel rear.
4 memory options are expected to be available from 32GB, all the way up to 128GB plus Android 6.0 will come as standard.
We’ll have more details of the Gionee M6 range of phones soon, but so far what do you think of this big battery bruiser?