Gionee introduces the P7, skips launch and primes it for sale in India
Gionee has shown us that they are yet to give up on the P family of devices as they have just recently launched a new one and from the naming system, we find it odd that this is coming after instead of before. Named the Gionee P7, anyone conversant with this brand would remember that they have already launched the Max value in this series and with that one towering with a massive screen and being on sale in the Indian markets already, this one has been a little toned down to fit into the palms at 5 inches. Skipping the process of announcement and launch, this device is already on sale and can be purchased if you so wish out rightly.
For the P7, the processor is unknown but we do know that it has four cores in there and the maximum clock speed it can reach is 1.3GHz. The CPU is allotted a memory of 2GB while there is an internal storage space of 16GB which can be expanded as the user sees fit.
For the cameras, there is a single 8MP unit on the back equipped with its own LED flash on the front of the device is blessed by the 5MP shooter. As for the other interesting things, the device would run on the Marshmallow version of Android and pull power from a 2300mAh unit and sell in colours of grey and latte gold for INR 9999, around $150 elsewhere.
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