Recently, the second generation of Galaxy Golden flip smartphone was spotted on Chinese certification site TENAA, and now at the same FCC equivalent website, a new device has been spotted with a model name K30-T. This particular smartphone is apparently made by Lenovo.
Along with the images of the upcoming Lenovo smartphone, TENAA also reveals most of the specs of the handset. Thus, according to the listing on the site the Lenovo K30-T is a mid-ranger with a 5-inch IPS LCD display offering an HD resolution of 720pixels. Further, the display resolution translates to a pixel density of 293 ppi.
Powering the phone is a 1.2GHz quad-core Cortex-A7 CPU coupled with 1GB of RAM. The smarpthone runs on Android 4.4.4 KitKat out of the box. Lenovo has apparently used an internal memory of 8GB in the phone. It can be further enhanced using a microSD card slot.
Revealing more details on the specifications of the upcoming mid-ranger device from Lenovo, the certification site further mentions the presence of 8MP rear camera that's surrounded with a metal ring for protection also with a LED flash and a secondary mic for noise cancellation. At the front, users would find a 2MP snapper for taking selfie and making video calls.
Regarding the dimensions, according to the same site, the new Lenovo phone will measure 70.5mm wide, 8.2mm thin and weighs in at 126 grams.
Talking about the variants, the new device will be offered in black, white, gold and yellow color options.
However, what remains to be revealed now are the battery capacity and connectivity options. Although, there is no clue as to when the device will be announced, but since the device has already been listed on the certification site, you can expect the launch soon.
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