Gionee Marathon M4, powered by a massive 5000mAh battery, is unveiled in India
posted by Alan F. / Aug 04, 2015, 11:17 AM
On the back of the Gionee Marathon M4 you will find an 8MP rear-facing camera, and a 5MP front-facing shooter. Android 5.0 is pre-installed. with Amigo 3.0 UI running on top. The handset is priced at the equivalent of $251 USD, and is offered in Black and in White. The Marathon M4 comes with a "Hot Knot" feature that allows users of two handsets to swap photos by placing their screens together. Exchanging content is as easy as can be.
The 5000mAh power cell provides up to 50 hours of talk time and 550 hours of standby time. And the device supports 4G LTE connectivity. If long lasting battery life is the most important feature you need on a new phone, you've come to the right place. And Gionee helped out the battery every step of the way by incorporating an AMOLED screen, and sticking to a 720p panel.
A specific release date is unknown at the moment.
Posts: 130; Member since: Jan 04, 2015
Wtf 5000mah. .... but what about optimizations
posted on Aug 04, 2015, 11:27 AM 0
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5,000 mAh is the same as the Gionee Marathon M3 which is sold in the USA as the BLU Studio Energy. Where have you guys been? I've had a BLU Studio Energy for a couple months now as a back up phone to my OPO and it's amazing. If I leave it powered on in standby mode it'll drop only 1% per day. The huge battery is insane. I can't wait for this phone to come to the USA. I'll totally buy the new Studio Energy. More RAM, more storage and LTE? Sounds like something I might actually use 50% of the time. Swap between the Moto X Style and a BLU Studio Energy 2. Sounds like this'll be an awesome winter.
posted on Aug 04, 2015, 12:06 PM 2
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Looks like a great phone.But 5000 mah battery increases the weight of the phone.What is the weight???
posted on Aug 04, 2015, 11:30 AM 0
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people complain about short battery life>>>>battery size increased>>>>people complain about weight of battery. it's always something, isn't it?
posted on Aug 04, 2015, 12:03 PM 9
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It should be no surprise that most Chinese manufacturers overstate the MAH in the batteries. I'm being kind when I say "overstate" .
posted on Aug 04, 2015, 2:22 PM 1
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