Gionee Mobile has been quiet for a long time. But recently, it has released a brand new mid-range product, namely the Gionee K6. As a big-name smartphone brand, Gionee disappeared in 2018 due to various reasons. After more than two years, Gionee finally returned to the market and launched a variety of low-end models.

Gionee K6

In the past, Gionee has been launching various models for the Indian market mainly. But during the last two years, it lost its market share. Also, it was reported to have gone bankrupt in 2018 as a result of unpaid debts and poor financial management. However, in 2019, Gionee launched several mid-range and entry-level smartphones. And now, we see the new Gionee K6.

As for the Gionee K6 line features, under the hood, it carries the Helio P60 chipset. The latter is coupled with a 6GB of RAM and a 128GB of storage. On the front, the phone hosts a 6.2-inch LCD display with a waterdrop notch. The latter carries a 13MP selfie snapper. On the opposite side, we can find a dual-camera module with a 16MP snapper. Moreover, there is a fingerprint recognition module on the rear as well. The phone runs Android 10 and has a 4,350mAh battery. Unfortunately, that decent amount of juice will be limited to 10W charging times.

Gionee K6

The pricing starts at 799 yuan ($112) and there is another variant with 8GB of RAM and 128GB of storage priced at 899 yuan ($127). The most expensive variant with an 8GB of RAM and a 256GB of storage costs just 1,099 yuan ($155). You may not be happy with Helio P60, but the RAM and Storage configuration is simply amazing at this price point. We don’t think Gionee is getting much profit from this handset.

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