Gionee has updated its P lineup with the Pioneer P7, a VoLTE smartphone that comes priced at Rs 9,999. Apart from the usual set of features, the design seems to be the talking point of the device, the Pioneer P7 comes in a Gold, White, and Grey colors with the metal finish and glittering 3D mirror with ripple effect pattern. The Gionee Pioneer P7 is one of the very few handsets that will support both CDMA and VoLTE.


The device comes equipped with a 5-inch HD display with a viewing angle of 178 degrees. Powering the device is a quad-core processor clocked at 1.3GHz and paired with a 2GB of RAM. On the storage front, the Pioneer P7 offers 16GB of onboard memory along with a microSD card slot that can accommodate an extra 128GB. The camera setup on the Pioneer P7 includes an 8-Megapixel primary sensor and a 5-Megapixel secondary sensor with screen flash. Apparently, the beauty mode now comes with a better algorithm. Also, the phone comes baked in with inbuilt features like text recognition in pictures, GIF creator and also intelligent photo crop.


Gionee Pioneer P7 Specifications

  • 5-inch HD IPS capacitive screen with Soda lime protection
  • Quad Core Processor 1.3GHz, 2GB RAM
  • 16GB ROM, microSD card supporting up to 128GB
  • 8-Megapixel Primary Sensor, 5-Megapixel Secondary sensor
  • Android Lollipop V6.0 with Amigo 3.2
  • 2,300 mAh
  • Wi-Fi, VoLTE, CDMA support

Gionee Pioneer P7 runs on Android Lollipop V6.0 alongside an Amigo 3.2 overlay. Backing the device is a 2,300mAh battery pack that offers a standby time of 259 hours. Gionee Pioneer P7 priced at Rs 9,999 will be available for sale starting today across both online and offline retail channels. At this price point, Pioneer P7 is rivaled by better-equipped devices like Xiaomi Redmi Note 3 and Moto G4.



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