According to Japanese blog “Blog of Mobile“, the Lenovo LePhone K860 has been approved by China’s ministry of Industry and Information Technology (the equivalent of our FCC, we assume). From a site linked to the Chinese government (login required for the good stuff), some interesting information can be dug out.
If we believe the reports, the Lenovo LePhone K860 uses a quad-core Samsung Exynos 4412 chip at 1.4GHz, and comes with Android 4.0x. The display is said to be a huge 5″ one with a 720p (1280×720) resolution, although there is no mention of what “type” of display this would be. Cameras are 2 Megapixel for the front, and 8 Megapixel for the rear – which also comes with a dual-LED flash.
The phone seems fairly large and heavy with dimensions of 143.6 × 74.5 × 9.6mm for 185g (!). This is no small handset. In theory the handset will be released In August.
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