edge on competitors. With an unveiling apparently in sight, a teaser of the M2017 has been spotted in the wild.
Microsoft Surface Pro 4. But while the M2017 will surely be able to run for a full day and then some, it seemingly won't compromise other features as a number of battery-focused devices tend to.7000 mAh isn't just a slight jump on conventional smartphone batteries -- it's a massive increase. In actual fact, it's more fuel than a number of the market's foremost tablets, including the
P10 SoC and an agreeable 6 gigs of RAM. There will also be 128 GB of on-board real estate, a 12 and 13-megapixel rear duo camera setup with an 8-megapixel selfie snapper, and Google's Android 6.0.1 Marshmallow.According the handset's TENAA certfification, the M2017 will be blessed with a 5.7-inch quad-HD display, 1.95 GHz MediaTek Helio
One might expect such an on-paper monster to be considerably heavier than its peers, but not so with the Gionee M2017. Sure, at just over 10 mm thick and weighing in at 230 grams, it's definitely bulkier than the likes of the iPhone 7 Plus (7.3 mm, 188 grams) and Samsung Galaxy S7 edge (7.7 mm, 157 grams). Nevertheless, for those happy to forgo a svelte finish in favor of longevity, the Gionee M2017 could be a real prospect.
There's no word on when the handset will become official, but the emergence of the teaser suggests it'll be sooner rather than later. The model number also backs this up, though don't be surprised if Gionee comes up with a more marketable moniker for the device once it does take its bow.