It looks like the yet another Chinese smartphone manufacturer is expanding its A series range ultimately and we had now come to see another variant just hits FCC. Gets TENAA Certifications in China, and thus the new entry-level smartphone is rumored to cost around $110 when it becomes available. More details on the yet-unannounced Lenovo A6600 specs can be checked right after this fold.
Lenovo A6600 is somewhat different from all the A6000, A7000, A6000 Plus, A5000 and the A3900 lineup, which it is rumored to go with a MediaTek chipset clocked at 1.5GHz quad-core CPU, 1GB of RAM, and 8GB of internal storage with microSD card support.
The display of the A6600 is at 5-inch HD screen, and sports an 8-megapixel rear camera, paired with a 5MP selfie-centric snapper. It is a dual-SIM smartphone, and Lenovo A6600 supports 4G LTE connectivity.
On the software side, the upcoming Lenovo A6600 boots a rather older version of Android 4.4.4 KitKat, which should be upgradable to the latest Android Lollipop at some point in the future.
Overall, the new comer from Lenovo A6600 will come only with a different chipset, and the rest of it are pretty similar to what Lenovo’s A6000 Plus carries. No word on the exact launch date has been revealed yet. Expected to see the handset in three color options – White, Black, and Gold.