Tenaa leaks images of the dual camera Coolpad Grand 5


CoolPad aren’t generally a company that makes a song and dance about it’s up coming products, which is surprising when we have such interesting oddities like the Coolpad Grand 5 with dual camera set up.

Spotted after undergoing network approval on the TENAA website in China, the Coolpad Grand 5 appears to be a flagship phone that will go up against the up coming Meizu MX4, Huawei Ascent Mate 7 and Nubia X6.

The images show a design with familiar looking halo home button, and narrow screen bezels either side of a 5.95-inch 2K display. Things are even more interesting on the rear which is a removable panel with pattern finish dual LED flash and even dual rear cameras.

We can only speculate what the dual lens set up might be. It could either be a similar technology as the dual Lens HTC M8, or we might be looking at the re-birth of 3D photo capture. What ever it is we can’t wait to find out.

As for the hardware, we have LTE, 3GB RAM and a 2.5Ghz processor, which should prove more than potent enough to get that 2540 x 1440 display dancing.

CoolPad Grand 5 photos

The CoolPad Grand 5 will launch in October, which is also when we will finally see the Oppo N3 and also possibly the Meizu MX4 Pro.

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7 Comments

  1. mf1gt3r
    September 25, 2014

    That is one really large device.

    • realjjj
      September 25, 2014

      Pretty much as big as the Ascend Mate 7, iphone 6 Plus (might have a smaller screen but it’s very tall) or the 6 inch Nexus so in line with lots of high profile devices launching now.

    • September 26, 2014

      Not really so much. The iPhone 6plus, with it’s abysmally large bezels, is about the same size with a 5.5″ screen.

      From looking at the photos, I’d guess this one was about the same size as a Galaxy Note 3/4.

      Unfortunately, Coolpad seems to have some iPhone envy, and they made the thing looks like a big iPhone 4. Sigh.

  2. chloe pebbles
    September 26, 2014

    Will this work on 4G in the uk, guys?

    • September 26, 2014

      We don’t even know the LTE bands it supports yet, so how could we say?

  3. September 26, 2014

    I’m a bit confused. I thought that was the Coolpad VC-1 and that aside from the near-zero bezel and 2k screen the big selling feature was dual-SIM 4G LTE.

    I couldn’t find out WHICH LTE frequencies, so it would be great if you could use your Coolpad connections to ask. It needs to have 38-41 (TD-LTE for China) and at least 3 & 7 (FD-LTE for HK/SIN), and it would be good to also support 1, 4, 5 & 17 (for Thailand, Japan, Korea, and USA-Tmobile and USA-AT&T)

    BTW, I wouldn’t put this up against the Nubia X6 (which is aging and only 1080p) it would go up against the Nubia Z7 (non-Max and non-mini, yuck! if the regular Z7 ever ships). The Z7 is the ONLY other 2k device with dual-SIM LTE support.

    I know I’ve harped on this before, but as a HK/SZ frequent border crosser, dual-SIM LTE is a big deal!

  4. cahyo
    December 3, 2014

    howmuch