New Lenovo smartphone gets certified by Bluetooth SIG
IFA 2016 is just right around the corner and this is the day when smartphone makers usually make the best use of to decorate their booths with various devices that could be offered to different market types – the high end lovers, those that can afford only the mid ranges and the customers that are coming in as entry level users.
It is for this reason that it is not surprising to see a series of smartphones cross the red tape before final release and begin to get a lot of certifications from various quarters.
Even though Motorola is already planning the launch of Moto Z Play, they surely have something else up their sleeves because there is a new one that was discovered due to a visit that it paid to Bluetooth SIG. from the certification portal, we got to know that this upcoming device would have 5.5 inches of screen, 5MP camera on the front and a 13MP unit behind while it would be run on the QUALCOMM snapdragon 625 chipset.
Reported as Lenovo P2a42, we have no idea as to what the build on this one is or when it would launch, but rushing tings and getting it a Bluetooth certification could mean an IFA appearance.
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