Rumor-dubbed Lenovo Vibe P2 has 5Ah battery looked at by TENAA

We now have a better picture of what Lenovo’s next Vibe phone will look like and how it will spec out, thanks to Chinese regulatory agency TENAA.

A Lenovo device, codenamed P2c72, has made it through the system with a very large battery — some 5 amp-hours worth of charge.

That power pack will fuel up a full HD AMOLED display at 5.5 inches that’ll get driven by an octa-core processor running at 2.0GHz (a previous Geekbench log tell of a Snapdragon 625). There’s 4GB of RAM and options for 32GB or 64GB of storage. A 13-megapixel camera is on back and a 5-megapixel one is in front. The software show? Android 6.0.1.

Not a bad feature set, but the phone looks rather bland, wouldn’t you say? Anyways, media outlets have been centering around the “Vibe P2” moniker, so we’ll have to see where the bets get taken in a bit.

Source: TENAA
Via: GSMArena

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