All eyes are on Lenovo right now, as the company prepares to launch what appears like its first phone with a truly bezel-free design, but it seems the company has another hot product in the pipeline that just surfaced on the web via multiple platforms.
Codenamed Lenovo L78011, the upcoming device has not only been benchmarked, it has also been mentioned on the TENAA and FCC documents, but with little or no details.
A live photo of the phone which is now making the rounds has also been spotted on the web revealing some key info about the upcoming smartphone. Apart from having a notch at the top of its display, the about section of the Lenovo L78011 reveals it will be powered by a Snapdragon 636 processor, coupled with 4GB of RAM and 64GB of storage, while it will use the ZUI 3.9.253 based on Android 8.1.
Details from the Benchmark listing of the device is virtually the same as the aforementioned, having seemingly an octa-core 1.61GHz CPU (Snapdragon 660) with a not too impressive 1,332 points in Geekbench’s single-core CPU test and 4,696 points in its multi-core CPU test.
Our source does not reveal further details including the name and launch date of the Lenovo L78011, however, there are speculations it might be a variant of the Lenovo Z5 which is expected to debut in a few hours. We will monitor closely the TENAA listing and will update with more information once specifications are added.