Chinese company Newman has outed a new handset, one that sports a fingerprint scanner at the back and solid specs. Its fingerprint scanner feels like a secondary camera, if you look closely at the device’s design.



The handset runs YunOS, the software platform of Chinese e-commerce giant Alibaba, that has been getting traction lately. The handset integrates a 5.5 inch Full HD display, a 13 megapixel main camera and a front 5 MP shooter. There’s a 64 bit Qualcomm Snapdragon octa core CPU inside, most likely the Snapdragon 615, judging by the presence of the Adreno 405 graphics chip on board.

Specs include a 3060 mAh Li-Po battery, with fast charging and YunOS also brings a cloud service in the mix. From what I see the design of the handset isn’t bad and it keeps the usual rectangular format and also gets very narrow bezels. The white version of the phone is coming on the 28th, priced at just $193.



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