If rumors are to be believed, Hisense is gearing up to unveil a new bezel-less smartphone with model number Hisense HLTE300T. The rumor assures significance with the smartphone got the required certification from TENAA.
With model number Hisense HLTE300T, the rumored device will be integrated with a 5.99-inch IPS HD+ display. Unlike standard displays, the resolution of the screen will be 1440×720 pixels.
Even though the rumor mill is floating with a bezel-less display, the image surfaced on TEAA gives a different story. We can see plenty of bezels on all sides. However, it is to be noted that TENAA revelations are not accurate and are subject to changes.
According to rumors, the Hisense smartphone will carry a display with a high screen-to-body ratio. Hence, the device will be made available on the market as a full-screen model. Based on the reports, the Hisense smartphone will be available in Star Gray and Coral Blue color variants.
Likely to be powered by a 3400mAh battery, the Hisense HLTE300T will be pre-loaded with Android 7.1.2 Nougat instead of the recently released Android 8.0 Oreo. While the 3GB RAM variant will be available in 32GB storage, the 4GB RAM model will bear a large 64GB expandable storage capacity.
The TENAA papers reveal the fact that the Hisense HLTE300T will have a thickness of 7.9mm, which is somewhat sim that the competing handsets. With the device appearing on TENAA, the launch of the smartphone is imminent. We will continue to keep track of the developments. Stay tuned.
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