One month ago, in September, Gionee launched the M7 and M7 Power; and now we have a glimpse at the third smartphone in the M7 iteration. The Gionee M7 Plus has been leaked along with few hands-on images that proffer us a glance at the reasonably distinct design.

Biggest Screen Of Gionee M7 Plus

The screen on the Gionee M7 Plus purportedly marks in at 6.43-inches and is one of, if not the, biggest displays on the phone today. Not only is the screen massive, but it also reflects the 2017 drift of using an 18:9 (or 2:1) aspect ratio, too.

From the leaked images, we can discern that the display holds up much of the front of the smartphone in the similar way that the LG V30‘s does. There’s place only for a logo at the base and a speaker grid, camera, and sensors at the tip.

Back Of the Device

Flipping over to the back of the phone, we discover some attractive design options. The lining seems to be formed out of leather or a faux-leather material. We’re incapable at this time of determining really what it is.

We’ve had smartphones with real leatherbacks such as the Moto X Pure Edition or LG G4, but most smartphones that attempt to pull this off; actually use a faux leather (or “vegan leather”) replacement. We will have to sit back and wait for the official launch to find out exactly what its made out of.
Remaining back of the device contains LED flash, dual camera, and fingerprint sensor all in a gold-plated stainless steel plate.

A Unique Design

It’s entirely different design. If you’re going to go all out with a large display and tawny plating, you might as well chuck in some leather too. Some are going to take cuts at Gionee for building a phone that seems like their grandma’s money purse. But at least it’s not presenting the same glass sandwich that everyone else is. It’s providing consumers some choices, and that should be praised. It may not be for everyone, but we like when companies take risks.

According to the leak, the Gionee M7 Plus is “coming soon; ” and we’ll certainly keep our eyes peeled for it. What do you think about the phone? Do the different materials appeal to you? Let us know down in the comments.

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