The lineup, in addition to the base Qin 3 model, includes the Qin 3 Pro and the higher-end Qin 3 Ultra. The screen size of Qin 3 and Qin 3 Pro was 5.5 inches while Qin 3 Ultra was 5.05 inches. In addition, Qin 3 Ultra was equipped with a small round cutout for the front camera in the upper left corner of the screen, in Qin 3 and Qin 3 Pro, the developers created an explosion-like cutout, writes Gizmochina.
So, the Qin 3 with 4 GB of RAM and 64 GB of flash memory can be reserved for $145, the Qin 3 Pro with 6/128 GB for $200, and the Qin 3 Ultra with 8/256 GB for $232.
The company said that this series was released to fix the smartphone dependency problem in China, but the details of this fix are not yet known.
Earlier, Chinese tech giant Huawei announced that it had signed a global technology patent cross-licensing agreement with domestic smartphone maker Oppo.