Two Unknown Lenovo Devices Make A Visit At TENAA In China

By 02:41 Sun, 25 Jul 2021 Comments

Lenovo is quietly working to add more devices in the budacquire and mid-range segment. As part of the plan, two of those devices went through the Chinese regulatory authority - TENAA, which is notorious for leaking images of unannounced phones.

First is an entry-level Lenovo A5600 which is a slightly improved version of the A5500. The listed Lenovo A5600 is a 4G phone, which supports TDD-LTE and FDD-LTE bands in a dual-SIM configuration. By default this smartphone will run Android and has a capacitive keys below the screen.

The Lenovo PB1-770N is also a dual-SIM smartphone, which supports 4G network’s TDD-LTE and FDD-LTE bands. Apart from that, this smartphone will also support CDirect Memory Access (DMA) networks in one of the slots. This smartphone will also run Android and appears to be a phablet.

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