Gionee G13 Pro: Gionee’s Shameless Imitation of the iPhone 13 Launched

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Gionee the Chinese smartphone manufactured has launched its new smartphone last Friday. While the actual smartphone the Gionee G13 Pro doesn’t offer anything extraordinary, the device has still managed to turn heads mainly because the smartphone shamelessly imitates the iPhone 13’s design complete with a sharp flat frame, two cameras in a diagonal layout placed inside a square camera bump, and even the notch that houses the selfie camera.

Additionally, the Gionee G13 Pro also borrows colours from Apple’s lineup of iPhones including purple found on the iPhone 12 as well as white, blue and black found on iPhone 13.

Technical Specifications

Internally the Gionee G13 Pro packs a low-end quad-core Unisoc T310 SoC along with 4GB of LPDDR4 RAM. Whereas on the outside there’s a 6.26-inch 60Hz display which offers an FHD (1920x1080p) resolution.

As for the cameras, the Gionee G13 Pro rocks a dual-camera setup on the rear which consists of a 13MP telephoto and a 2MP macro sensor. Whereas on the front there’s a single 5MP selfie camera housed within a huge iPhone like camera bump.

Apart from these specifications the Gionee G13 Pro also features a slew of connectivity options including a 3.5mm headphone jack, USB Type-C port, along with Bluetooth, Wi-Fi, and 4G LTE.

Meanwhile, when it comes to the software the Gionee G13 Pro ships with Huawei’s HarmonyOS out of the box.

Pricing & Available

As for its pricing and availability, the Gionee G14 Pro is only available in China for the time being. Meanwhile, the base variant with 4GB of RAM + 32GB of storage is priced at CNY 529 (Approx. Rs 6,200) whereas the other variant with 4GB of RAM + 128GB of storage is priced at CNY 699 (Approx. Rs 8,200).

Additionally, this phone is available in four colour options including Dark blue, Glow Gold, Brilliant Purple and Graphite Black.

Also Read: Xiaomi 12 Series Launched: Here’s Everything You Need to Know

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