Lenovo Sisley receives it’s TENNA approval


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Lenovo’s iPhone 6 wannabe has made its second appearance this week, this time at TENAA for an official stamp of approval.

The pink version of the Lenovo iPhone 6 clone has been spotted at TENAA HQ showing off its design and specs. The mid range phone weighs in with a 130g measuring 71.7 x 146 x 6.9mm.

Designated as the Lenovo S90-u for documentation purposes, the Sisley has a 5-inch 1280 x 720p Super AMOLED display, 1GB RAM, 16GB memory and a 64bit Snapdragon 410 processor.

The phone will be sold as a fashion device available in bright colours, and with an 8 mega-pixel camera on the front and 13 mega-pixel sensor on the rear. There is also Android 4.4.4 loaded as standards along with support for GSM, WCDMA and TD-LTE networks.

No launch or price details have been announed but a launch date of later this month sounds reasonable to us.

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3 Comments

  1. October 14, 2014

    Will it bend?

    Sure Lenovo has done a better job in 3 weeks than Apple over 12 months.

    Protruding 8Mpix camera? WTF Lenovo put one in the front and a 13Mpix in the back and neither of them protrude a shit.

    iRidiculous.

    • October 14, 2014

      If the screen was bigger while getting rid of those crappy capacitive buttons, making native Softkeys standard…

      Then I would purchase one for my GF.

      Right now she loves her Moto E… (Another “Lenovo” that happens to be much smoother than my DG550…Both running KK)

  2. Jailhouse Rock
    October 16, 2014

    http://bbs.lenovo.com/chat/t408708/

    https://www.gizchina.com/2014/08/21/lenovo-planning-5-new-smartphones-including-lenovo-vibe-x2/

    It’s a bit hard to see, but you can see the Sisley design on the Gizchina link from August, and a much clearer picture on the Lenovo ads from 6th September. Lenovo didn’t copy, not this time.
    Well, the MIGHT have if they had access to Apple’s earlier prototypes or something, but at this point that’s going against common sense.