gionee-mtk6589-gn708w=4While the Gionee GN700W didn’t get a lot of love from foreign consumers, if they pop out their Gionee GN708W with MTK6589 ahead of the rest of the pack, Gionee may find themselves a bit more popular.gionee-mtk6589-gn708w-2

The Gionee is bucking the trend towards higher resolution HD LCDs and sticking with 960*540. This could mean better performance, but with the SG544 packed inside, it won’t make much of a difference. In other words, you won’t see a real world performance difference comparing a 720P LCD to QHD with today’s current games. Still, as far as my eyes are concerned, I’ve got no problem with 960*540 QHD and find it easily pleasant enough to look at. Gionee is also bucking the ‘bigger is better’ screen trend and sticking with 4.5″.gionee-mtk6589-gn708w-3

I like the looks of the GN708W. Though it’s not pushing any boundaries, it’s slim enough and nice enough looking, and packs a slightly larger than standard 2100mA battery. gionee-mtk6589-gn708w

They’ll also be sticking with 1GB RAM/4GB ROM. This should be enough for the standard user, but power users may want to look elsewhere as many of the new MTK6589 are coming with 2GB ROM and 8-32GB ROM.

MTK6589 Gionee GN708W!http://www.gizbeat.com/wp-content/uploads/2013/01/gionee-mtk6589-gn708w-3.jpghttp://www.gizbeat.com/wp-content/uploads/2013/01/gionee-mtk6589-gn708w-3-150x150.jpg Damian Parsons Uncategorized
While the Gionee GN700W didn't get a lot of love from foreign consumers, if they pop out their Gionee GN708W with MTK6589 ahead of the rest of the pack, Gionee may find themselves a bit more popular. The Gionee is bucking the trend towards higher resolution HD LCDs and sticking...
<img class="aligncenter" title="" alt="gionee-mtk6589-gn708w=4" src="http://gizbeat.com/wp-content/uploads/2013/01/gionee-mtk6589-gn708w4.jpg" width="332" height="403" />While the Gionee GN700W didn't get a lot of love from foreign consumers, if they pop out their Gionee GN708W with MTK6589 ahead of the rest of the pack, Gionee may find themselves a bit more popular.<span id="more-1690"></span><img class="aligncenter size-large wp-image-1693" title="" alt="gionee-mtk6589-gn708w-2" src="http://gizbeat.com/wp-content/uploads/2013/01/gionee-mtk6589-gn708w-2-400x278.jpg" width="400" height="278" /> The Gionee is bucking the trend towards higher resolution HD LCDs and sticking with 960*540. This could mean better performance, but with the SG544 packed inside, it won't make much of a difference. In other words, you won't see a real world performance difference comparing a 720P LCD to QHD with today's current games. Still, as far as my eyes are concerned, I've got no problem with 960*540 QHD and find it easily pleasant enough to look at. Gionee is also bucking the 'bigger is better' screen trend and sticking with 4.5".<img class="aligncenter size-large wp-image-1694" title="" alt="gionee-mtk6589-gn708w-3" src="http://gizbeat.com/wp-content/uploads/2013/01/gionee-mtk6589-gn708w-3-268x400.jpg" width="268" height="400" /> I like the looks of the GN708W. Though it's not pushing any boundaries, it's slim enough and nice enough looking, and packs a slightly larger than standard 2100mA battery. <img class="aligncenter size-full wp-image-1692" title="" alt="gionee-mtk6589-gn708w" src="http://gizbeat.com/wp-content/uploads/2013/01/gionee-mtk6589-gn708w.jpg" width="377" height="313" /> They'll also be sticking with 1GB RAM/4GB ROM. This should be enough for the standard user, but power users may want to look elsewhere as many of the new MTK6589 are coming with 2GB ROM and 8-32GB ROM.