Suspected Lenovo Vibe P1 Pro passes TEENA
One thing Chinese phone maker Lenovo likes doing these days is churning out a lot of smartphones on regular basis. The tech giant has managed to conquer the PC industry and is in no hurry to give up chasing the smartphone market. This year alone, Lenovo has unveiled over 10 smartphones in the exact manner that earned their Korean counterparts, Samsung, the phrase “Another Day Another Galaxy” last year.
Speaking of new devices, an unannounced Lenovo P1c72 was recently spotted at Chinese regulation website, TEENA, bearing decent specs. Judging by its naming, the smartphone could turn out to become the anticipated Lenovo Vibe P1 Pro which appeared in Lenovo’s leaked device timetable for the year.
The Vibe P1 Pro/P1c72 houses a non-removable 4,900mAh battery which seems to be the main highlight of the features. Measuring 152.9 x 75.6 x 9.9 mm. the smartphone runs on Android OS and tips the scale at 189 grams.
The specs sheet seen on the TEENA listing includes a 5.5-inch 1080p touchscreen display and 1.5GHz octa-core CPU of an unspecified maker. The handset will pack 16GB of expandable storage and adequate 3GB of RAM while a 13-megapixel rear shooter and 5-megapixel front camera, arranged in HTC fashion, round off the list of known specs.
A home button is seen positioned directly under the phone’s screen but the prowess of the hardware (ie. presence of a fingerprint sensor) was not specified on the listing. No hint was dropped one the release of the product.
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