We bring another mid-range smartphone comparison for you today, this time, we have two lesser-known brands squaring off in this Gionee K3 Pro vs Cubot Note 20 Pro match-up. Both mid-range devices launched in 2020, August to be precise, and they offer a number of peculiar specs for us in this match-up.
Both brands are Chinese-based brands, and are still growing in the market, as they are not as popular as some of the other Chinese brands like OPPO or Xiaomi.
We will be taking a closer look at the specs on both smartphones in a side-by-side manner, showing you what these devices have to offer today.
Gionee K3 Pro vs Cubot Note 20 Pro Comparison Table
Come with me and let’s take a deeper look at the specs both smartphones have on show for us.
|Gionee K3 Pro||Cubot Note 20 Pro|
|2G, 3G, 4G||2G, 3G, 4G|
|6.53 inches, 1600 × 720 pixels, 19:9 aspect ratio, IPS LCD display||6.50 inches, 1600 × 720 pixels, 19:9 aspect ratio, IPS LCD display|
|Android 9 Pie||Android 10|
|Octa-core MediaTek MT6771 Helio P60, 1.8GHz||Octa-core MediaTek MT6771 Helio P60, 1.8GHz|
|13MP selfie camera||8MP selfie camera|
|16MP + 2MP + 2MP triple rear cameras with LED flash||12MP + 20MP + 2MP + 0.3MP quad rear cameras with LED flash|
|128GB internal storage + dedicated microSD card slot up to 128GB||128GB internal storage + dedicated microSD card slot up to 128GB|
|6/8GB RAM||6GB RAM|
|4,000mAh battery with 10W fast charge||4,200mAh battery with standard Charging|
Gionee K3 Pro vs Cubot Note 20 Pro: Where the K3 Pro Has the Edge
The K3 Pro offers a number of RAM variants, bringing up to 8GB of RAM to the fray. It has a decent 6.53” display that lets users have a bit more freedom on this device’s screen.
In the camera department, it brings a selfie shooter with slightly better specs than its rival, while three rear cameras line up the back panel.
This device has a decent 4,000mAh battery to support its specs, this battery also charges at a faster rate than the Note 20 Pro.
Gionee K3 Pro vs Cubot Note 20 Pro: Where the Note 20 Pro Has the Edge
The Note 20 Pro is a smaller smartphone with a handy build and a fresher OS, as it brings the Android 10 out of the box.
It has a very similar processor as the K3 Pro, leaving precious little to elaborate on in that area. In the photography department, it offers quad cameras with very similar specs as the K3 Pro save for an extra 0.3MP sensor. It also brings an 8MP sensor up top that takes care of selfies and video calls.
The Note 20 Pro brings a larger 4,200mAh battery that support this device’s specs.
Gionee K3 Pro vs Cubot Note 20 Pro: Who Comes Out Tops In This Battle?
Both devices have great processors, boast good camera specs and offer durable batteries. But when it comes to the final decision, which of these devices should you go for?
The Note 20 Pro is a fascinating option and should be ideal for you if you want something with more battery power and a newer Android OS out of the box. It is also slightly smaller than the Gionee, making it easier to carry around.
The K3 Pro on the other hand brings more RAM to the fore, offering a device that potentially operates more smoothly than the Note 20 Pro. It offers two different variants, while also bringing 128GB of external memory for its users.
At the end of the day, there is no clear winner in this duel, as your final purchase decision depends on what you hold dear in a device. If you want something with more RAM, then the K3 Pro should be a better deal for you. However, if you want something with a newer software and perhaps a better photography experience, then by all means get the Note 20 Pro on your list of potential devices.
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This post was written by Alfa Baye and was first posted to Mobility Areana