TENAA documents first pointed at the existence of a new Hasee model (code named HL9916004) with fingerprint scanner, 2K display and 4GB RAM now we have exclusive leaked photos of what could be a deca-core device.
PC maker Hasee have been trying to break in to the Chinese smartphone market for just over a year now. Till now their phones have usually been models devices designed to hit out against the Xiaomi Redmi line of devices, but soon enough this is going to all change.
Originally the Hasee HL9916004 was sighted at TENAA where it received network approval and we saw the all alloy phablet for the first time. The device comes with a 6-inch 2560 x 1440 display, 4GB RAM and rear fingerprint scanner.
New leaked photos show the all alloy Hasee for the first time. The photos only give us a glimpse at the rear but we can make out two sim trays, a slightly protruding 20 mega-pixel main camera, dual speakers and standard USB.
Along with the photos, we have also been informed that the Hasee HL9916004 could be a deca-core smartphone using Mediatek’s latest Helio X20 processor.
We are still waiting on the final launch date and pricing of this new metal phone, however we don’t expect pricing to be exceptionally high.