Verykool USA has a new handset out there ready for launch, a LTE model dubbed Verykool SL4500 and this unit just passed the FCC testing. The product comes with FDD-LTE, as well as WCDMA, Bluetooth and WiFi.



Its WiFi works in the 2.4 GHz band, but not in the 5.x GHz one. Verykool SL4500 runs Android 4.4.4 and relies on a 64 bit Qualcomm Snapdragon 410 processor, clocked at 1.2 GHz. It offers support for LTE Category 4, that can reach as high as 150 Mbps in download speed and 50 Mbps in upload. I should also mention that the new Verykool product comes with dual SIM slots, including a micro SIM and a mini SIM one.

Its battery capacity is 1700 mAh and the target market are the Americas for this smartphone. The design reminds me of a HTC Desire phone quite a bit, with a large speaker placed below the capacitive buttons and some reasonably sized bezels.

via blogofmobile

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