Gionee GN5007 spotted on TENAA with 18:9 display and 5000mAh battery

A Gionee phone visits TENAA revealing its specs.


Gionee will unveil its first full-screen design smartphone today. Dubbed the Gionee M7, this smartphone is a variant of the Gionee M7 Power that will be launched in Thailand in a few more days.

Gionee GN5007 spotted on TENAA with 18:9 display and 5000mAh battery


Now, the Gionee GN5007 appears to have stopped by the TENAA certification database. The Gionee GN5007 flaunts a 6-inch HD+ display with a resolution of 1440 x 720 pixels and an aspect ratio of 18:9. The smartphone seems to make use of a 1.4GHz octa-core processor paired with 4GB RAM and 32GB storage space that can be expanded up to 256GB using a microSD card.

Gionee M7 render leaked showing premium design

From the TENAA listing, it is seen that the Gionee GN5007 will have just one 13MP sensor at its rear and an 8MP front-facer for selfies. The device is also seen to get the power from a massive 5000mAh battery tipping that it could be a variant of the M7 Power that has dual rear cameras.

Gionee M7 images released

Besides this, Gionee has taken to its official Twitter handle to tease that the upcoming smartphone will have a long-lasting battery and an impressive selfie camera. The smartphone is said to measure 8.6mm in thickness and weigh in at 187 grams. The Gionee phone seems to support to VoLTE and run on Android 7.1.1 Nougat OS.

The image that accompanies the tweet tips that the smartphone in question will arrive with thin front bezels and has a dual tone color design. It is important to note that the device will not be the only full-screen phone from Gionee. There could be two more such smartphones with 18:9 FullView display to be launched by the company in the coming months.

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