Google’s Nexus and Pixel handsets are to die for as they are the dream of every Android enthusiasts with jaw dropping specs and effortless consistent updates on their software. Nonetheless, the price tag of these devices have stopped quite a few from enjoying the goodies the Search-engine giants has to offer.
Putting this into consideration, Google had set off to collaborate with other manufacturers in different countries to make available handset with pure Android OS and the newest from this is the GM 6 which they co-engineered with the Turkish start up, General Mobile. Whilst Google focus on the software, General Mobile takes care of the design and hardware of the phone.
Using the MWC 2017 as a springboard to launch this handset, the GM 6 proved to be quite the phone as it comes with the Android Nougat operating system fully functional from the box. There is a 5 inch HD display which is being protected by Gorilla Glass 4.
Under the hood, running at 1.5GHz is an MT6737T processor powering the handset alongside 3GB of RAM and 32GB ROM which can be expanded to an additional 128GB via a microSD card. There is a 3000mAh of battery juice which with the specs listed above should do quite well for the GM 6.
On the camera side of things, there is an 8 Mpix selfie snapper above the 5 inch screen which should take care of all your selfie desires and video calling apps as well. This sensor accompanies a main 13Mpix camera on the back panel of the device aided by a dual-LED flashlight.
The General Mobile 6 doesn’t fail to sport basis necessities which include GPS, Bluetooth v4.2, 4G LTE+ and WiFi 802.11 b/g/n. The handsets price tag still remain in the dark nonetheless we are aware that it would be made available in three different color variants which includes Gold, space grey and rose gold.