In 2018, one of the prominent Chinese smartphone manufacturers, Gionee, declared bankruptcy.
However, over the following years, the firm has been gradually getting back on its feet with the launch of a few mid-range smartphones in markets like India and China.
A few months back, the brand launched the Gionee K3 Pro handset. Yesterday, the company silently announced a new device named Gionee K30 Pro.
The new Gionee K30 Pro arrives with a 6.53-inch LCD panel that has a teardrop notch design. The screen of the smartphone carries support for an HD+ resolution of 720 x 1520 pixels.
The new Gionee phone has a glass back panel, weighs 204 grams, and has a dimension of 164.3 x 77.7 x 9.7mm.
Interestingly, the Gionee K30 Pro is the same smartphone that surfaced recently on TEENA with the GSE1020 model number.
On the inside, a MediaTek chipset that clocks at 2.0GHz fuels the Gionee K30 Pro. It comes with up to 8GB of RAM and native storage space of 128GB.
It houses a 4,000mAh battery, which as of now, we are not sure whether it supports fast charging.
For the lenses, the Gionee K30 Pro has a front-facing 8-megapixel sensor. On the backside, the phone has a circular-shaped camera module that houses the quad-camera setup.
The module consists of three cameras, a LED flash unit and a circular fingerprint scanner. Presently, all we know about the camera configuration is that is includes a 16-megapixel primary shooter, supports macro shooting, real-time AI-beauty, and a 120° wide-angle photography.
Sadly, the new Gionee K30 Pro comes loaded with the old Android 7.1.1 OS.
For pricing, the 6GB RAM + 128GB storage variant sells for 699 Yuan (~$107) and the 8GB RAM + 128GB storage option retails for 799 Yuan (~$122).