Usually, we talk about every small step made by major smartphone makers and ignore less popular brands. But companies from this category sell millions of smartphones, at least, in China. So that’s not correct not to talk about them as well. One of them is Gionee, a brand that designs well-looking and cheap-enough mid-range and low-end handsets. Today, the company announced a new entry-level model, namely the Gionee P50 Pro. In fact, the latter combines the characteristics of Huawei P50 Pro, Honor 50, and Apple iPhone 13, in terms of the appearance of course. The 4+64GB version sells for 659 yuan ($99), the 4+128GB version is 739 yuan ($110), and the 6+128GB version is 759 yuan ($113). They are now officially on sale.
Gionee P50 Pro Specs
In terms of specs, the Gionee P50 Pro sports a 6.517-inch 1600×720 LCD screen. What’s more interesting, it still uses a rare notch design. The back adopts a “dual mirror” design. The crystal color variant is the most attractive one in comparison to others.
Under the hood, the phone hosts a UNISOC T310 chip that is made using a 12nm process. It uses an A75email@example.comGHz + A55firstname.lastname@example.orgGHz architecture and integrates the PowerVR GE8300 GPU. The SoC is supplemented by 4 / 6 GB RAM and 64 / 128 GB native storage.
In other aspects, our protagonist comes with dimensions of 165.0 x 77.3 x 8.9 mm, has a built-in 3900mAh battery with a 10W charging support, and weighs 211g. The rear camera’s resolution is 13 MP. It’s a single-sensor camera. On the front, the phone carries a 5MP camera. There is a Type-C interface for charging and data transfer. We have also to mention that the device retains the extremely advanced 3.5mm headphone jack, supports 4G, and also supports Dolby Atmos dual speakers, claiming to provide HIFI sound quality.
Lastly, this affordable handset integrates side fingerprint recognition and face recognition solutions.