Chinese regulator TENAA is at it yet again. TENAA website has revealed details of three still-unannounced Android smartphones along with their images. These smartphones include a new Asus Zenfone-series smartphone, Gionee’s M5 and an HTC Desire-series phone. Read on for the details.
It became clear last year that Asus loves releasing new variants of its Zenfone-series and the same is expected to happen this year with Zenfone 2. So, the sighting of the unannounced Asus Z00EDB in TENAA database is not really surprising. Although we are not sure of the final branding of the phone, Asus Z00EDB, as indicated by the Z in the model number, will belong to the Zenfone 2 line-up.
Recently teased by Gionee on Weibo, the M5 is set to be the company’s first smartphone with two batteries, which the company claims will offer four-days-worth of back-up. Before the company can make it official, it has appeared on TENAA.
Yet another Desire-series phone is headed to HTC’s portfolio, however it is unclear at this point whether the HTC WF5w will be released in all markets or just China.
Coming to the specs, TENAA notes that the phone includes 5.5-inch 720p HD display, 4G LTE support, 1.5GHz octa-core processor, and Android 5.0.2. The phone will also come with 2GB of RAM, 16GB of internal storage, microSD card slot.
No word on the launch or pricing at this point. Check out the images below.