Gionee Launches G13 Pro, iPhone 13 Look Alike With HarmonyOS

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Gionee has unveiled a strange gadget that appears exactly like the iPhone 13 design, with a notched display that extends to the flat side frame and diagonally placed dual cameras. The device runs Huawei’s HarmonyOS, which includes the entire HMS ecosystem.

In addition to a 6.26-inch FHD+ LCD with a 19:9 aspect ratio, the Gionee G13 Pro includes an 8MP selfie camera buried inside the notch that can be used to unlock the smartphone. With 4GB of RAM and 32/128GB of internal storage, the Unisoc T310 chipset provides the necessary power for the device.

Besides the 13MP main camera, the back of the phone also has a 2MP macro camera. The battery has a capacity of 3,500 mAh and is rechargeable through USB-C.

The Gionee G13 Pro offers two modes, one for the elderly and another for the intelligent. The former makes it easier for the elderly to utilize their smartphones by expanding the font size as well as the size of the icons. Also included are health codes and payment codes, making it more user-friendly and convenient to use.


According to the developers, Smart Mode is best suited for younger, office-going customers that require a more efficient UI experience.

The Huawei HMS ecosystem, as well as multiple software openings, are supported by the Gionee device. It also enables for the creation of many WeChat accounts at the same time. The smartphone also features splitscreen, which, according to the manufacturer, allows users to play games and talk at the same time.


Gionee 13 Pro is available in four different color schemes: blue, gold, purple, and black. The entry-level 4/32GB model will cost CNY 529 ($83), while the 4/128GB model will cost CNY 699 ($110), depending on configuration. It is already available for purchase in China through the online shop

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