There’s a fresh handset in town, one certified by the FCC and made by VeryKool USA. This model passed the certification at the middle of the month, under the FCC ID WA6SL5200. This handset comes with FDD-LTE support, as well as WCDMA and GSM.



It also passed certification for Bluetooth and WiFi, of the b/g/n variety. Verykool SL5200 runs Android and it’s expected to debut in USA, for starters. Sadly we don’t have a clear list of specs, so we’re left to speculate about its features. We seem to be dealing with a pretty beefy phone, with rounded edges and what appears to be a metal frame.

The back side is shiny, leading us to believe it may be made of glass. On second though it’s plastic after all, after seeing the back cover removed in the FCC documents. The innards are rather generic, although the battery does look beefy. There’s a microSD card slot and two SIM slots.

via blogofmobile

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