Chinese phone maker Gionee released the M6 and M6 Plus smartphones around the middle of last year, both models boasting of mid-budget specifications. The Gionee M6 and M6 Plus perhaps stood out because of the security encryption chip they feature. Right now, seems Gionee is planning to release a successor to the M6 range and it is dubbed the Gionee M6S Plus.
The press invite for the M6S Plus leaked recently and reveals that the device would be launched on April 24 in Beijing. The invitation did not give details about the new device but it is likely going to come with the same fingerprint encryption which the M6 and M6 Plus featured. The M6S Plus is likely coming also with a similar built-in security encryption which made its debut on the M6. There is likely going to be several other upgrades but we don’t know what other upgrades the device would have or even whether the design would see some changes.
The upgrades might be in the processor aspect since the M6 featured an Helio P10 chip. The RAM size could also be increased to 6GB as against the 4GB RAM on the M6 Plus. But we don’t see an increase in the mammoth 6,020mAh battery that is onboard the device. We can’t also say if the camera sensors would be upgraded but we’ll get to find out about the package on April 24 when it is billed to be unveiled.