JiaYu G3 phones do in fact seem to be arriving with customers around China and to some degree international customers but for those of us who still don’t have our G3’s might I suggest you take a look at the Uniscope Small C with 1.2Ghz Qualcomm CPU!
From the outside of the phone it is plain to see that the Uniscope Small C design is inspired by Oppo and JiaYu G3 designs, which is perfectly fine by me as I personally think those are some of the best looking Chinese phones on the market.
In fact if you were to look at the Small C front the front only you could very well mistake this attractive phone as a JiaYu G3, however a quick glimpse from the back or side shows you that this is in fact an entirely different phone.
From a hardware point of view the Uniscope Small C has gone for a dual-core Qualcomm MSM8625 CPU running at 1.2 Ghz, which is likely to give the phone better GPS performance and could see the small C as being compatible with a number of overseas 3G network providers.
The screen is a 4.2 inch IPS display with 960 x 540 resolution which is fine for most people and there is a front 2 mega-pixel camera sitting above it which will make for clean and crisp video calls. The rear camera is your typical 8 mega-pixel auto focus unit which is found on most Chinese Android phones.
Strangely the Small C has just 768mb RAM rather than 1GB, but the onboard storage of 4GB is on par with similar phones.
The Uniscope Small C will be available on China Unicom networks here in China and will cost 999 Yuan.