TENAA are certainly putting in the overtime today, with the Oppo R5 certifiied and ready to go on sale and now the DOOV V1 rotating camera phone turning up for approval.
We’ve seen the DOOV V1 smartphone a few times in leaked hands on photos, but the phone is now one step closer to officially going on sale and has received network approval from the TENAA offices.
The TENAA data confirms that the rotating camera phone measures in at 148 x 72 x 8.5mm and has network data support for GSM, TD-SCDMA and TD-LTE, but unfortunately is no support for FDD LTE or WCDMA.
Official images of the phone show a 5-inch 1280 x 720p display with very narrow border design, and we can see the large lens rotating camera pod which can act as the main camera or take selfie shots and be set anywhere in between.
Processing power comes from a 1.5Ghz processor (currently unknown) with 2GB RAM running Android 4.4.4 Kitkat.
DOOV V1 Tenaa gallery
The DOOV V1 should go on sale in a few weeks in China, with their target audience being fashion conscious smartphone users.
Later today another rotating camera phone will be launched, the Oppo N3. Keep posted for more news.