The largest full-screen phone dubbed as the Gionee M7 Plus has been leaked on all possible platforms including AnTuTu, GFXBench, TENAA, and so on. It has been launched along with other 5 models a couple of days back. The fact we are dealing with a 6.43-inch is quite sufficient to keep our eyes wide open and wait for this amazing device. But there are other great features deserving our attention as well. Among them we can mention a 2.5D arc glass on the front, FHD+ resolution screen, a Snapdragon octa-core chip clocked at 2.2GHz, 6GB of RAM, dual-camera on back using an 8+16MP sensors combination, an 8MP front shooter, Android 7.1.1 out of the box, and 5000mAh capacity battery. We want to focus on the latter, as there are a few amazing things you should know about this battery and its charging.
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First, the Gionee M7 Plus supports 10W wireless charging. This means the M7 Plus is the first phone of the company coming with such a feature. Generally, wireless charging has at least one obvious advantage over wired charging – it’s more convenient because users no longer have to use a variety of cables. It’s done via special charging plates, pillows, and boards. However, most smartphones on the market do not support the wireless charging function by themselves. It’s conditioned for one reason – the efficiency of wireless charging is generally low. But seems this is not the case of the Gionee M7 Plus.
The phone has been launched just recently but some geeks have already managed to test its charging capabilities. As the photo shows, the Gionee M7 Plus is capable of being charged wirelessly at 14W input power. This is an excellent result for the wireless charging. So there is every reason to think the M7 Plus’ fast wireless charging will become a mainstream in the smartphone market.