Gionee officially launches its latest Smartphone – Say hello to an iPhone 13 knock-off that runs Harmony OS out of the box, this is the Gionee G13 Pro, and it looks more like an iPhone 13 Smartphone.
The Gionee G13 Pro was announced in China, and it is very unique, which costs CNY 529 ($83) for the base model, 4GB RAM with 32GB internal storage option, and CNY 699 ($110) for the 4GB RAM with 128GB internal storage model.
The Gionee G13 Pro features a totally inspired iPhone 13 design, especially the diagonally placed dual cameras, and its notched display to the flat side frame. However, the new handset just confirms that Gionee is still trying to make a stand in the budgeted Smartphone market.
It is available in four main colors – Blue, Gold, Purple, and Black options. The G13 Pro packs a 6.26-inch FHD+ LCD with 1080 screen resolution, a 19:9 aspect ratio, and a notch display that hosts a single 5-megapixels front-facing camera for selfies shots.
Around the back panel is a dual-camera setup, totally similar to the iPhone 13 format, but features a down-graded 13-megapixels primary camera, supported by a secondary 2-megapixels macro shooter. This is just another typical Smartphone camera out there.
The Gionee G13 Pro boots Huawei’s HarmonyOS with the full HMS ecosystem, and it is powered by the Unisoc T310 chipset under its hood, which is available in two memory configurations – 4GB RAM and either 32GB / 128GB internal storage.
It is fueled by a slightly 3,500mAh battery capacity and charges via USB-C and might last up to 1days on a full charge, and the company did specify if the fast charging is available. However, it is already on open sale in China from online retailer JD.com.