Gionee Max with large battery capacity is launching in India on August 25

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Gionee was one of the competitors to Micromax before the “Xiaomi revolution” as some may deem it so. After Mi entered the Indian market, most of the so-called Indian brands left sooner or later. However, this year we are seeing that these brands are being resurrected, with Micromax returning to the Indian market, looks like Gionee thought of doing so too. Let us discuss some of the things that we know about this upcoming Gionee Max and when it will be launching in the Indian market.

Gionee Max – What to expect? 

The Gionee Max is the device that is supposedly going to launch in India, as is evident by the Flipkart poster of the same, which reveals it will have a massive battery although, the exact mAh has not been specified. Other features that have been showcased include a water-drop notch display and pricing of under Rs 6000, which is where the likes of Xiaomi and Samsung currently reside. This is quite interesting since Gionee has been dormant and was believed to have quit the Indian market until recently when it launched a smartwatch.

The device will most probably feature a 5000 mAh battery going by the teaser, but, we will get to know for sure on the 25th of August when the device launches at 2 PM. The key specifications may be revealed in the upcoming days through posters on Flipkart.

For additional information, the company last launched a device in India around a year ago, which was the Gionee F205 Pro (launched in Feb 2019) followed by the Gionee Smart Life smartwatch, launched in September. It will be exciting to see what the brand can bring in a device in this price range, since it is a budget range, with mediocre specifications on most devices, with some exceptions. What are your thoughts on the same, let us know in the comments below.

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