Little Pepper, one of the original Chinese phone makers, has shown up in TENAA documents with their new dual camera phone.
Little Pepper had a few hot selling Android smartphones back in the early days of the Chinese phone market, but have been a little quiet of late. Obviously thought, Little Pepper have been keeping a close eye on the direction of the phone market and are planning to launch the Little Pepper A1 with dual cameras.
TENAA documents show us that the Little Pepper A1 has a bit of a mix and match design to it. The rear cameras look a lot like those on the iPhone 7 Plus, as does the overall metal design of the phone, the physical home button is very Oppo/Meizu inspired.
Specifications revealed by the TENAA documents tell of a main 13 mega-pixel camera with secondary 5 mega-pixel sensor which will be optimised to create the bokeh effect.
In addition to the dual main cameras is a front facing 8 mega-pixel camera, 3GB RAM, 32GB internal storage, 2900mAh battery, and options of either a Mediatek MT6737 chipset or Spreadtrum SOC9860. Final details are YUNOS and a 5.5-inch display.