Two new and mysterious Lenovo phones have received the TENAA certification this week, one of them being an entry level unit and the other a dual SIM smartphone without too many details revealed. We’re talking about the Lenovo A5600 and the Lenovo PB1-770N.


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The first one is the entry level unit, which is supposed to be a small upgrade from the A5500. This one is a 4G phone with support for TDD-LTE and FDD-LTE, plus dual SIM slots on board. The device has a typical rectangular design, capacitive buttons below the display and pretty narrow bezels, considering its entry level orientation.

The Lenovo PB1-770N is a dual SIM unit as well, also with 4G LTE support and with CDMA in the mix too. It doesn’t seem to have capacitive buttons at first sight and it has the allure of a phablet. Its format is a bit more squared and specs may be a bit more high end here.

via GSMArena

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