New Lenovo device, rumored to be the Vibe P2, gets certified by TENAA
There is a new phone in the making by the management of Lenovo and if what we are hearing is true, this is the successor to the Vibe smartphone and would be called Lenovo Vibe P2.
It was sighted on TENAA after it paid a visits to the Chinese regulation agency and got itself certified and of course, we got some pictures courtesy of this platform with some of the key specifications that we should expect on launch.
The listing shows the smartphone with a model number P2c72 and gives that it is run by an octa core processor which is clocked at 2GHz. Using a 5.5 inch of screen, the smartphone would be having 4GB of RAM under the hood and be paired with an internal storage space of 32GB and a variant that would have 64GB instead.
As regards the camera units, the possible Vibe P2 pairs he 13MP unit on the back with a 5MP front shooter and runs the Android Marshmallow 6.0.1 out of the box, everything being kept alive by the work of a massive 5000mAh battery.
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