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Mar 16, 2017
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Mar 11, 2017
by Shop Manager

If you thought Android Onesmartphones were compromise-heavy, think again. General Mobile just announced the GM 5 Plus, and it’s quite possibly one of the best-looking Android One device around.

Android One smartphones are a push from Google that began in 2014. They’re meant to be low-cost devices, sporting stock Android with the capability to receive quick, Nexus-like updates directly from Google. They’re usually tacked with lower-end CPUs, and compromise on many features you’d see in flagship devices. Anne Laurenson Hollander, director of Android partnerships in the southern Europe-Russia-Turkey-Middle East market, says since its initial push into India, Android One has grown to 22 countries to date.

The best part about this device though, is that it supports USB Type C, and Qualcomm’s Quick Charge 3.0.

The GM 5 Plus isn’t General Mobile’s first tango with Android One. In fact we’ve said that the previous GM 4G was also one of the prettiest devices among its competition. The latest GM 5 Plus improves upon the GM 4G, both internally and through it’s sleek design.

Related: Android One makes its way to Africa as the Infinix Hot 2 lands with an $88 price tag

You’ll find a Snapdragon 617 powering this 5.5-inch device, which will also have a 1080p resolution, 3GB RAM, and a big 3,100mAh battery. The rear and front-facing cameras have the same 13-megapixel camera, and both have flash as well. The GM 5 Plus will have 32GB of internal storage, with a MicroSD slot offering up to 128GB of additional storage capacity. The best part about this device, though, is that it has a USB Type-C port — it’s the only current Android One device with a USB Type-C port that we know of — and supports Qualcomm’s Quick Charge 3.0, which can allegedly charge the device up to 60 percent in 30 minutes.

The GM 5 Plus has a plastic-textured back, which didn’t make it slippery to hold, and it was fairly light. It felt as though I was holding a flagship device, rather than a budget phone. The power and volume buttons on the right side of the device stuck out well enough, and they were satisfying to click. The 1080p display actually looked pretty good, given that it was stretched to a 5.5-inch screen.

Since it’s an Android One device, you’ll get a sweet taste of stock Android 6.0.1, with guaranteed updates from Google up to two years. The device was really fast, and I didn’t notice any lag or stutters when opening or moving between apps.

The GM 5 Plus has rounded corners and a metal frame around the edges, of which you can choose the color from four different options: gray, rose gold, gold, and silver. The front and back will be available in white and black.

Berkay Kilić, marketing manager for General Mobile, didn’t have a definite price for the device, but said the GM 5 Plus would cost under $300, which is still significantly higher than most Android One devices. Sadly, it won’t make its way to the U.S., but it will be first available in Turkey by the end of March. After that, the GM 5 Plus will make its way to 15 other countries.

General Mobile GM5 Plus: a premium mid-range, $300 Android One phablet with 5.5" screen

Nov 9, 2014
by Shop Manager

Android One was supposed to be pure Android for the masses (since the Nexus 6 and 9 went premium). However, it was got the cold shoulder from consumers, which caused Google to rethink its strategy (both one One and Nexus).

So, now we have the General Mobile GM5 Plus - an Android One handset with (the equivalent of) a $300 price tag and mid-range phablet specs. A far cry from the entry-level, sub-$100 phones that the platform originally targetted.

If you shake the pre-conception of "Android One = entry level," you'll find the GM5 Plus is actually a very appealing device.

The phone has a metal frame and a textured plastic back. It has a 5.5" screen with 2.5D Gorilla Glass 4, the screen has 1080p resolution.

Above the screen is a 13MP selfie camera with autofocus and dedicated flash. There's a similar 13MP camera on the back (with dual-flash). The camera has been tuned with DxO.


As any Android One, the phone runs a very fresh 6.0.1 Marshmallow software. The chipset is a Snapdragon 617 with 3GB of RAM and 32GB storage if you need more there's a microSD slot.

Connectivity includes USB Type-C with Quick Charge 3.0 (60% battery in half an hour). The battery is 3,100mAh by the way. Anyway, the Qualcomm chipset supplies LTE Cat. 7 - 300Mbps down, 100Mbps up - and Wi-Fi ac.

The General Mobile GM5 Plus will be available internationally. GM is targeting 15 markets after it launches in Turkey. The price will be equivalent to $300.

General Mobile GM 5 Plus

Nov 7, 2014
by Shop Manager
General Mobile GM 5 Plus smartphone was launched in February 2016. The phone comes with a 5.50-inch touchscreen display with a resolution of 1080 pixels by 1920 pixels.

The General Mobile GM 5 Plus is powered by octa-core Qualcomm Snapdragon 617 processor and it comes with 3GB of RAM. The phone packs 32GB of internal storage that can be expanded up to 128GB via a card. As far as the cameras are concerned, the General Mobile GM 5 Plus packs a 13-megapixel primary camera on the rear and a 13-megapixel front shooter for selfies.

The General Mobile GM 5 Plus runs Android 6.0.1 and is powered by a 3100mAh non removable battery.

The General Mobile GM 5 Plus is a single SIM (GSM) smartphone that accepts a Micro-SIM. Connectivity options include Wi-Fi, GPS, Bluetooth, USB OTG, 3G and 4G. Sensors on the phone include Proximity sensor, Accelerometer, Ambient light sensor and Gyroscope.
About General Mobile
General Mobile is a Turkish mobile and tablet brand that was established in 2005. The company is also a partner of Google's Android One initiative. This makes General Mobile one of the several partners Google has in its bid to take the low-cost 'pure Android' smartphone experience to various nations across the world.

The General Mobile GM 5 Plus Is The Most Powerful Android One Device Yet

Feb 23, 2014
by Shop Manager

Android One is Google's initiative to get stock Android into the hands of more users, particularly (though not exclusively) the ones in developing markets. This usually means that devices which are part of the program are very inexpensive — with prices reaching as low as under $100 — and with specs that about match up to those price points. However, Android One devices have something that even most $500+ phones don't: fast and reliable OS updates straight from Google. (The Wall Street Journal reported back in November that this may eventually change, but we've yet so see any evidence of that, and the WSJ doesn't have a perfect track record either.)

General Mobile, a little-known Turkish manufacturer that already makes an Android One phone called the General Mobile 4G, has partnered with Google once more to announce the General Mobile GM Plus 5 — and it has some impressive specifications. To begin with, the GM Plus 5 has 3GB of RAM; as much as the Nexus 6P and more than the Nexus 5X. It also has a USB Type-C connector, which is a first for any Android One device. The chipset is arguably the only thing on the phone which feels decidedly mid-range, with the GM Plus 5 running a Qualcomm Snapdragon 617 processor. Even so, it's clear this new device is unlike most Android One phones we've seen so far.

A more complete list of the specifications of the GM Plus 5 is given below.

  • 5.5 inch Full HD display
  • 13 MP rear and front camera with flash on either side
  • 3100 mAh battery
  • Qualcomm Snapdragon 617
  • 3GB RAM
  • 32GB of onboard storage with up to 128GB microSD support
  • USB Type-C port
  • Qualcomm Quick Charge 3.0
  • 2.5D Gorilla Glass
  • support for 4.5 G LTE
  • metal frame


With that said, the GM Plus 5 is understandably not a $100 phone: General Mobile has said that it will be sold in Turkey for just under the equivalent of $300 (we incorrectly state in the video that it is around $250). While that may push it outside "cheap" territory, it's worth considering that prices in countries like the United States are generally lower than in many other parts of the world, and a mid-range phone like the Nexus 5X will likely cost more in Turkey than the $299 it costs in the US. The exchange rate for the Turkish lira hasn't helped either: the General Mobile 4G has actually gone up in price from 699 lira to 749 lira since it came out last year. For now at least, it looks like the GM Plus 5 will be exclusive to Turkey, and it will probably be a good buy for most Android fans there.


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