Gionee G13 Pro, which was recently released in China, is the talk of the town. G13 Pro’s notched display, flat side frame, and diagonally placed twin cameras have an iPhone 13-inspired look. It runs on Huawei HarmonyOS and the entire HMS ecosystem. It is the first smartphone to run Harmony OS without Huawei.
The renders smartphone has a flat frame and a camera module. It even features a notch to hold the selfie camera. This is similar to Apple’s iPhone 13. The HarmonyOS-powered Gionee G13 Pro smartphone is powered by a Unisoc T310 SoC, which can store up to 128GB and has 4GB RAM.
The Gionee G13 Pro also includes a Smart Mode and an Elderly Mode. These modes make it easier for seniors to use this smartphone, as the name suggests. Gionee G13 Pro’s new base model, 4GB + 32GB storage, costs CNY 529 (approximately Rs. 6,200, while the 4GB + 128GB storage model costs CNY 699. (roughly Rs. 8,200).
The phone’s similar design to iPhone 13 is causing so much controversy. Twitter users are responding in a sarcastic fashion to Gionee’s iPhone design, which includes the camera notch.
The G13 Pro is available in three colors: First Snow Crystal (Sea Blue), Star Party Purple (Star Party Purple). The iPhone 13 is a classic smartphone you should buy in 2022. It’s not difficult to find faults in smarts, from their design to their underlying technology. Like most of you, we have one. It’s worth the investment. The iPhone 13 is too expensive even in its simplest form. Gionee offers a better solution.
Instead of focusing on the similarities in its title, look at the design! It isn’t an iPhone, but who would argue otherwise? According to the latest renderings, the Gionee 13 Pro must be the most iPhone-ey iPhone clone we have ever seen.
The phone has all the same design features as the original Cupertino-based iPhone 13 case but at a much lower price.
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