Lenovo Vibe P1 image leaked; phone carries 5000+mAh battery inside all-metal frame?

Lenovo Vibe P1 image leaked; phone carries 5000+mAh battery inside all-metal frame?
We first mentioned the Lenovo Vibe P1 to you back in February, when pictures and specs leaked for four Lenovo devices. Earlier this month, China's TENAA certified the handset, and today a rather limited image of the model was discovered. This handset's claim to fame is the massive 5000+mAh battery inside, the largest cell ever placed inside a Lenovo smartphone.

The phone is equipped with a Gorilla Glass 3 protected 5-inch display, carrying a 720 x 1280 resolution. That works out to a pixel density of 294ppi. Powering the phone is the Snapdragon 410 chipset, featuring a quad-core 1.3GHz CPU and the Adreno 306 GPU. 2GB of DDR3 RAM is inside, along with 16GB of expandable internal storage. There is an 8MP rear-facing camera with a front-facing 5MP shooter to shoot selfies and handle video chats.

The phone will support 4G connectivity and does have dual SIM capabilities. Available in Black and White, the Lenovo Vibe P1 is 9.35mm thick and weighs 148 grams. Thanks to the leaked image of the model, we can see what looks like a lock on the left side of the unit, with a volume rocker and power button on the right. We should also mention that the device has an all-metal build.

The latest word is that the phone will be stuffed with a 5000+mAh battery. When it went through TENAA, the listing showed a 4000mAh cell, although as we've discovered lately, TENAA can make a mistake (OnePlus 2 was certified with a QHD display). Lenovo says that the phone will offer a very long standby time. We should know definitively about the battery on August 15th when the model is expected to be unveiled.

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source: TechGadgetsz


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