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Gionee M7 Plus Scores 100K+ on AnTuTu with Snapdragon 660

by Anvinraj Valiyathara 3

Gionee M7 Plus is speculated as one of the eight full screen smartphones that the company may unveil on Nov. 26. The M7 Plus has now appeared on AnTuTu to not only reveal its key specs but also its benchmarking scores.

According to AnTuTu listing, the display of the Gionee M7 Plus produces resolution of 2160 x 1080 pixels. The 14nm Snapdragon 660 chipset that has been designed to high-end smartphones is present under the hood of the M7 Plus along with 6 GB of RAM.

The handset is running on Android 7.1.1 Nougat OS. As far as AnTuTu score of M7 Plus is concerned, it has recorded an impressive score of 103,367.

Gionee M7 Plus AnTuTu

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Previous reports have revealed that the M7 Plus would be equipped with a 6.43-inch Full View display that is likely to deliver an aspect ratio of 18:9. The leaked photos of the smartphone have revealed that the back panel of the phone will be housing a pair of horizontally arranged camera sensors along with a fingerprint scanner.

Also, it is expected to arrive with support for up to 16W wireless charging. As of this writing, there is no information on the exact size of the battery that will be fueling the M7 Plus.


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  • nolimitsdesigns

    103k is impressive but not compared to itself. The 660 is capable of at least 10% more. Other 660 toting phones have scored 110k+. But that’s the downside of higher res screens. As for the phone, I don’t like the leather look. A smoother leather, akin to the LG G4, would’ve looked nicer, imo, but I do like the overall design.

  • Zero

    100K is similar to the 20 nm Helio X27.

    Seems that Qualcomm intentionally capped that chip hard.

  • Aditya Misra

    2K screen with a Adreno 420 class GPU? Doesnt work unfortunately.

    Qualcomm have done their best to gimp the 660 tp prevent it from eating into the sales of the 835.