Hisense may join soon to the Full Screen party

Hisense may not be the Chinese brand you’re waiting for, but they are still there following new trends. Not much time ago they unveiled the Hisense A2, a two screen phone clearly inspired by the Yotaphone.

Nowadays nothing is more fair than following the most vivid trend out there, the 18:9 screen’s party. And that will going to happen very soon as a new device just popped out in TENAA.

The new handset is listed as Hisense HLTE300T and sports a 5.99-inch HD+ display, that translates in a 1440×720 resolution with a 18:9 aspect ratio. The device mimics the likes of LG G6 and Samsung Galaxy S8 with rounded corners and slimmed bezels.

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Although it may not be so bezeless, seems that Hisense did a good job expanding the screen over a 159.46 x 76.1 x 7.9mm form factor. Other specs include a 1.4Ghz processor paired with 3GB or 4GB of RAM either 32GB or 64GB of Storage, all depends from which variant, between the two available, you will pick.

Furthermore, the Hisense HLTE300T, have a generous amount of juice with the 3400mAh battery. According to TENAA the device will have a 12MP main camera, and generous 16MP front camera, we advise you to take these with 2 grains of salt, as there’s a little chance that some specs got mismatched in the listing.

The handset will be available in two color variants, Coral Blue and Star Gray. For now there is no info about pricing or availability for this Hisense Phone, but judging by its arrival at TENAA, a launch could be scheduled for the next weeks.

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  1. Adam Irvine
    October 22, 2017

    I hate this constant use of the term ‘Full Screen’ for phones like this one, this isn’t full screen, this is just top and bottom bezels we should have been seeing on phones a long time ago.

    • Marco Lancaster
      October 22, 2017

      Yeah, generally this is coming for displays with 18:9 resolution. It’s like what Apple does calling theirs LCDs “Retina.”

  2. AbdulB1
    October 22, 2017

    I think 5.5 inch screen is enough