Gionee K3 Pro

Gionee has been very popular in some markets. But because of market changes, many small manufacturers have been pushed out of the market. Though this company has been in this list, it still launches new products. Say, recently, it released the Gionee K3 Pro in China. It comes with features worth of our attention. For example, this handset runs on Android 9 Pie. It’s an outdated operating system. But what is more interesting, the location of the fingerprint sensor is very unique.

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First, let us introduce the location of the strange fingerprint sensor of the Gionee K3 Pro. The machine puts it in the rear camera module. The circle in the lower right corner should be inconvenient to use.

Gionee K3 Pro

In terms of configuration, this phone uses MediaTek’s Helio P60 chipset, with a 6GB or 8GB of memory and a 128GB of expandable storage space. The screen uses a 6.53-inch HD+ 720×1600 IPS panel. And the 13MP selfie camera is placed in the drop-shaped groove. There is a 16 MP main camera on the back of the phone. The other two sensors’ parameters are unknown.

The Gionee K3 Pro has a battery capacity of 4,000mAh and a charging power of 10W. Its dimensions are 164.3 × 77.6 × 9.7 mm, and its weight is 205 grams. In terms of connection function, the machine has a dual SIM card support, 4G VoLTE, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth 4.0, GPS, USB-C, and 3.5mm audio jack.

Gionee K3 Pro

The Gionee K3 Pro 6GB memory version is priced at 699 yuan ($102), and the 8GB memory version is available at 799 yuan ($115). It is available in emerald green and pearl white colors. The machine is already on the market.

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