Gionee M6S Plus was announced yesterday in China. The Gionee M6S plus slightly picks up from where its predecessor the Gionee M6 Plus left. Hence, you can accurately describe the M6S Plus with the phrase “Monster unlimited” or “Monstrosity extended”. Sporting a metal frame the device carries a 6.0 AMOLED display.
Under the hood, you will find a 6GB RAM (2GB more than the M6 Plus) matched with an expandable 64GB/256GB internal memory. Still for running processes, the device has Qualcomm SnapDragon 653 chipset on board. With these specs, you should have zero lag running basic applications alone or simultaneously.
For pictures and videos, the device comes with an 8MP front snapper and a 12MP rear camera with 1/9 aperture paired with LED flash. You also get the monstrous 6,020mAh battery powering the device. Although, it would have been nice to see Gionee move up the cadre in terms battery size with this one. Anyways, it is certain they will. That said, you will find every other feature of the M6 Plus on the M6S Plus, including, fingerprint sensor, 4 LTE connectivity, WiFi, Hotspot, Bluetooth, GPS and much more.
The Gionee M6S Plus will go on sale in China; 2 May through JD.com. The 64GB unit will cost €575/$508 (well over a 150k) and the 256GB model will go for €468/$624 (well over 170k regardless of the exchange rate).
Yep, that is just about everything on the Gionee M6S Plus. What are your thoughts on the device? Is it a necessary upgrade? Share your thoughts in the comment box below.