Lenovo mid-ranger hits TENAA, but has the branding dust yet to be settled?
Lenovo’s been making news left and right over the past week, but until the company decides to hit the switch on all of its smartphone brands, it’s business as usual. We saw the debut of the Lenovo K4 Note in India last week — this week, we’re already looking at another mid-ranger device.
Chinese regulatory agency TENAA has its entry up for the Lenovo K52t38, a phone with a 5.5-inch 1080p IPS display, what is reported to be a Helio P10 chipset (octa-core running at 1.8GHz), cameras on the rear and front (13 and 8 megapixels, respectively), 2GB of RAM and 16GB of microSD-expandable storage. Android 5.1 lives inside Lenovo’s first TENAA-certified phone of 2016.
The rear of the device has a dual-LED flash, a fingerprint sensor and a speaker unit. There are gold, silver and white finishes. The dimensions in at 152 x 75.7 x 8.49mm and 165g.
Is this a Lenovo K5 Note in the making? Probably not: the K4 Note has a serial number of X3c70. But it could be another Vibe/Lemon product in the works.
Branding hawks, it seems, are out in full force.