Several smartphone manufacturers have launched full screen design smartphones this year. Gionee too has launched the Gionee M7 and M7 Power (aka Steel 2 Plus in other markets) smartphones with full screen design in September. Recent reports have revealed that the company is working on a couple of smartphones like F6L and F205. Rumors are rife that these phones may arrive with full screen design as the company has confirmed to debut 8 bezel-less smartphones on Nov. 26.
The launch invitation for Gionee’s Nov. 26 has been shared on Weibo. It reveals that the unveil event is scheduled to take place in Shenzhen, China. The company has also confirmed that the event will be livestreamed on Shenzhen Satellite TV in the country. The Weibo post also confirms that the company would be unveiling 8 full screen design phones at the launch event.
Well-known leakster Evan Blass has recently revealed that the Gionee M7 Plus is the flagship phone from the company. Blass did not reveal any details on the specifications of the phone, but has shared the following images to reveal its design.
The Gionee F6L had appeared on TENAA in the previous week. It had revealed that the phone would be featuring a 5.7-inch HD+ display that will support an aspect ratio of 18:9. It may be driven by Snapdragon 430/435 chipset and may come in 3 GB and 4 GB RAM options.
The Gionee F205 was recently spotted on GFXBench with 5-inch HD+ display that produces an aspect ratio of 18:9. It will be fueled by MediaTek MT6739 chipset and 2 GB of RAM. The Gionee S11 and S11 Plus that have respectively appeared on GFXBench and TENAA are also coming with 18:9 display. These smartphones are going to be respectively powered by MediaTek MT6763 and Helio P25 chipsets.
The Gionee M2018 is also speculated to deliver an aspect ratio of 18:9. By launching 8 smartphones with full screen design, Gionee will have the most number of 18:9 aspect ratio supporting phones. We expect that the rumor mill will reveal more information on the upcoming 18:9 phones from Gionee in the coming weeks.
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