Lenovo K32c36 is certified in China by TENAA and 3C

Lenovo K32c36 is certified in China by TENAA and 3C
The Lenovo K32c36 has been certified by two different agencies in China. The handset was cleared by the CCC, which is the agency that all products sold in China, whether domestically produced or imported, need to get certification from. The agency tests for safety issues and is similar to Underwriters Laboratories (UL) in the United States.

Additionally, the new Lenovo handset has been certified by TENAA. This is the Chinese regulator that is similar to the FCC in the states. The Lenovo K32c36 features a 5-inch screen with a 1080 x 1920 resolution. That works out to a 441ppi pixel density. An octa-core 1.5GHz CPU is under the hood, and 2GB of RAM is inside. 16GB of internal storage is included, along with a 32GB capacity microSD slot for those needing additional memory.

The rear-facing camera will be either 8MP or 13MP, and the 5MP camera in front will handle selfies and video chats. The phone supports TD-LTE, Bluetooth, USB, Micro USB, Bluetooth, and GPS connectivity. It measures 8.2mm thick, weighing in at just 140 grams. Consumers will get to choose from Gold, Silver, Black and White color options.

The Lenovo K32c36 has crossed off two things on its "to-do" list. This should mean an official unveiling from Lenovo is coming soon.

source: TENAA (translated) via TimesNews.co.uk
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