Gionee presents a monster phablet of autonomy, the M6S Plus

Gionee, the Chinese manufacturer known for its phones still a little extravagant, has just announced a new mobile in his native M6S Plus.

M6S Plus

Small 6-inch phablet, the phone sets all about the autonomy with a huge battery of 6 020 mAh. What to keep quietly a few days on a load.

The Gionee M6S Plus, not to be confused with the Plextor SSD of the same name, is a rather unusual mobile. If its 6-inch screen no longer astonishes in a mobile world manufacturers are always aiming bigger, the rest of the technical sheet is quite surprising.

Behind the Amoled Full HD (1920 x 1080 px) screen of fifteen and a few centimeters of diagonal is a Snpadragon 653 chip – a rare occurrence for Gionee that usually comes with Mediatek – 6 GB of RAM and up To 256 GB of internal storage that can be expanded to an additional 128 GB via microSD.

The main photo module climbs to 12 Mpx and the front end is limited to 8 Mpx. A fingerprint reader finds its way to the back just below the camera, while a jack and micro-USB are on the bottom edge. The handset can hold two SIM cards.

For the rest of the wireless connectivity, there are the usual Wi-Fi (802.11 ac / a / b / g / n), Bluetooth 4.0, GPS and 4G. Unfortunately, the list of supported bands is not specified by the manufacturer.

Note that it comes with a dedicated encryption chip to protect the user’s personal information.

A recipe made to last

To animate this beautiful world one finds Amigo OS 3.5, home system based on Android 6.0 Marshmallow, and a battery of 6 020 mAh. In other words, with such an accumulator, a definition of “only” Full HD screen and a Qualcomm SoC known to be energy efficient, the M6S Plus could well be a monster of endurance.

Fortunately, the battery supports the QuickCharge3.0.

For the interested parties, the mobile is already preorder at certain merchants and will officially arrive on 2 May at the price of 4,299 yuan, or 573 €. A version with only 64 GB of storage will also be available at 3,499 yuan, or € 466 gross conversion.