been a while I aired out my opinion but I’m just tempted to do so right now
because it’s my business. Two great devices hits the market of recent and with
almost the same spec, the same mediaTek processor but something still leaves me
in the wonder land.
Huawei Y6 Pro aka G-Power was announced of recent with a long lasting battery, amazing
13MP camera Pixel and definitely runs on Android 5.1 lollipop OS. Gionee M5mini
on the other hand was announced of recent with Amazing battery as well, auto
focus 8MP camera and of cause run on Android 5.1 lollipop.
Y6 Pro a.k.a G power has 4,000mah battery capacity with supports for reverse
charging; while Gionee M5mini also comes with 4,000mah (non removable) battery
capacity with supports for reverse charging.
Y6 Pro comes with 13MP rear camera and 5MP front camera; while Gionee M5mini
comes with 8MP auto focus rear camera and 5MP front selfie camera.
Y6 Pro supports OTG cable, and Gionee M5mini equally supports OTG
Y6 Pro comes with 5inches, 720×1280 IPS display, MT6735P (64-bit 1.3GHz
quad-core); while Gionee M5mini comes with 5inches, 720×1280 IPS display,
MT6580 (Quad-core 1.3 GHz Cortex-A7).
devices comes with 2GB ram and 16GB internal memory
devices supports Micro SD card up to 128GB dedicated slots
G Power supports 4G network and Gionee M5mini equally supports 4G network.
G Power is priced at N46,500; while Gionee M5mini is priced at N29,000.
come to realize that how sharp a picture is not traceable to the camera pixel
because I’ve seen 5MP camera pixel performs better than 8MP camera pixel. These
two devices are practically the same; different brand and different prices.
Price margin between the two devices is however too high in which dollar
increase shouldn’t be an excuse.
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