Mlais M7 Plus Will Sport 3GB Of RAM And A Big Battery

Mlais is one of the China-based OEMs who are selling their devices via various Chinese resellers. You can purchase Mlais-branded devices no matter where you live and the reseller will ship them your way. This company actually manufactures well-specced devices and their prices are usually very affordable. The company has released a couple of devices in the last couple of months, like the Mlais M7 and Mlais MX Base for example. We've already reviewed the M7, and it seems like the company is working on a new variant of that smartphone, read on.

The company will soon launch the M7 Plus handset, a new variant of their Mlais M7 offering. According to the available info, the device will be fueled by the MediaTek MT6753 processor, 3GB of RAM and it will feature a 13-megapixel camera on the back (Sony's IMX214 sensor). This device will feature a bigger battery than the M7, and the fingerprint scanner will be included in this device as well. Android 5.1 Lollipop will come pre-installed on the Mlais M7 Plus, and the LED notifications light will also be available. That's more or less everything we know about this device thus far, but if any additional specs surface, we'll make sure to let you know.

So, what's different between the M7 and M7 Plus? Based on the specs we have at the moment, not much. The M7 Plus will sport a slightly different processor and a bigger battery. The M7 is fueled by the MT6752 64-bit octa-core processor, while the M7 Plus will be powered by the MT6753 64-bit octa-core chip, as already mentioned. There might be some additional differences though, we can't know at this point considering we don't have the full specs of the M7 Plus. As far as its design goes, however, it seems like it will look (almost) identical to the M7.

As a side note, the Mlais M7 and MX Base are currently available for purchase from GearBest. The M7 is available for 'normal' purchase, while you can pre-order the MX Base. That's it, we'll let you know if any additional info surfaces regarding the upcoming M7 Plus, stay tuned for that.

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