A TP-Link Neffos smartphone leaks sporting a 18:9 screen and Snapdragon 835

A TP-Link Neffos smartphone leaks sporting a 18:9 screen and Snapdragon 835

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You may know TP-Link from its work in the network area, but maybe you’re unaware of their smartphone solutions. The Chinese company debuted two smartphones in 2016 under Neffos sub-branding, the Neffos X1 and X1 Max.

According to some sources inside China, after a hiatus, the company will launch a new smartphone, this time a flagship. This mark a whole turnaround in the mobile area, since up today TP-Link have only launched entry or mid-tier handsets.

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The new Neffos smartphone, yet unnamed, will come with top-notch specs, aiming to fly alongside the likes of LG V30 and Galaxy S8. The Neffos flagship will sport a 18:9 screen with thin bezels and rounded corners.

The full screen panel is a sign that shows TP-Link following the current trends. Another one, will be the presence of a dual-camera setup on the rear. The sensors are reportedly a 16MP and a 20MP with 2x optical zoom. The selfie lovers get their coverage here, with a 16MP sensor in the front as well. The handset also counts with a Fingerprint Sensor on the rear.

Beneath, we have the powerful Snapdragon 835 paired with 6GB of RAM. There aren’t any info regarding storage either way we’ll bet in 64GB or 128GB depending from TP-Link’s mood or kindness.

There are no more info available of the upcoming flagship, but considering the consistency of the leaks, we expect a official statement to come very soon. Considering all the listed specs and leaks, do you think there is room for TP-Link in the hard flagship dispute? Let us know in the comments.

 

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  • Mike Bastable

    Yes there is room, of course for any good handset.
    They need to get it seen… Sending me one would be very sensible of them…. Some good European exposure, where their brand is already well known and well regarded.
    Early adopters generate sales…I am already tired of my mix handsets… So come on tp…..

  • Conrad Aquilina

    I use TP-Link products and have to say they do a good job. I had no idea they even ever ventured into mobile telephony! Bring it to the market, and show us what you can offer then.

    Competing with LG (re V30 – an excellent device) though, which is consistently at a financial loss situation, or with Samsung (re S8 – top of the pops) is, however, only wishful thinking. Hardware components alone, be they the best and the latest, don’t automatically place you up there.

    Just look at Nokia’s “comeback”.