Excerpt: I left this out of my review of the Gionee M2 , but it is one of the truly remarkable features of that phone: the M2 doubles as a power bank. You can charge your other phone or run a small USB fan by plugging them in to your M2. Remember that the M3 has a huge 4200mAh battery? With a battery capacity that huge, why not? You get the picture now. Have a look at the M2 in action powering a fan: And here it is charging a BlackBerry smartphone: Is the Gionee M2 cool or what?
Conclusion: The Gionee M2 is a bit chunky at a thickness of 10.5mm, and you will feel the heft when you pick it up. But for those who are looking for an affordable Android smartphone with good performance and a battery life to die for, this is the one. It costs just N24,000. It is serious value for money at that price. It has got features that you would find on upper mid-tier devices.
Excerpt: The Gionee M2 is a DualSIM 1.3 GHz quad-core, Android 4.2.2 Jelly Bean smartphone. It has 1 GB RAM. The display is 5 inches in size and of 480×854 pixel reolution. There is an 8 megapixel rear camera, while the front facing camera is 2 megapixel. Internal storage is 4 GB, and there is room for a microSD card. The Amigo custom user interface is really a very lightly skinned version of Android’s default UI. You will notice the differene in the drop-down and Settings menus.