Gionee made the K3 Expert decent in China nowadays, and we can now not come to a decision what’s weirder about it: the real fact that it runs Android 9 Pie or the location of its fingerprint sensor.
Let’s account for. It be 2020, and Google is going to birth Android 11 in a couple of weeks. And but this phone ships now not with last three hundred and sixty five days’s Android 10, however Android 9 Pie from 2018, for some cause.
Subsequent – the fingerprint scanner. Leer at the image above and test out and guess the put or now not it’s at. Within the event you had been pondering or now not it’s a long way the underside moral circle within the digicam island, you had been moral. Now we have confidence considered scanners invent of integrated with digicam islands before, however of the elongated selection, and crucially – islands that had been centered on the rear. This one is neither.
So as that’s doubtlessly now not going to be a extremely soft crusing unlocking trip each time. The make is ‘natty’, as in yeah, constructive, it’s a long way cleaner than with a centered sensor outside of the island, however usability-incandescent, this appears to be like love an infinite device back.
Anyway, the phone is powered by MediaTek’s Helio P60 chipset (none of that Dimensity 5G action here), paired with 6 or 8GB of RAM and 128GB of expandable storage.
The screen is a 6.53-fling HD 720×1600 IPS panel, with a 13 MP selfie snapper housed within the teardrop notch. On the rear you salvage a 16 MP well-known cam, alongside two other unknown shooters – despite the indisputable reality that we’re assuming one is a depth sensor.
The Gionee K3 Expert has a 4,000 mAh battery with 10W charging. Its dimensions are 164.3 x 77.6 x 9.7 mm, and it weighs 205g. Pricing starts at CNY 699 ($101 or €85) for the version with 6GB of RAM, and goes as much as CNY 899 ($129 or €110) whenever you need 8GB. Colors on supply will be Jade Inexperienced and Pearl White.