Let's imagine that behind the lights, the spectacular presentation shows, the quarterly, the analysts, there is probably what is the beating heart of a sector like the hi-tech one, namely that of research & development or, as it is called in jargon, R&D. We are sure that in many of the dedicated laboratories of companies, primarily the Chinese ones, many of the efforts are aimed at the realization of one smartphone without frames.
Only a few hours ago we joyfully announced the news of the short arrival on the market of the Subor S3, the first 4G smartphone in the world without frames (we are waiting for it at the gate, but this is another matter) - perhaps the price has been formulated wrongly but apparently it seems a valid terminal, certainly not excellent.
The device we want to talk about instead is a telephone Super (in name and, perhaps, also in fact) and to produce it is LeTV; this terminal appeared in the last few hours on the Chinese social network Weibo, in an alleged advertising image that would describe it as phone without frames. Unlike the Subor however, this smartphone would have top-of-the-range features:
- display from 5.5 inches Full-HD 1920 x 1080 pixel;
- octa-core processor with frequency from 2.2 Ghz (maybe the MT6795 to 64-bit)
- 2GB of RAM;
- 16GB of internal memory (it is not clear if they are expandable or not);
- 13 megapixel rear camera;
- 5 megapixel front camera;
- dual-SIM support.
- USB Type C.
Unfortunately no word on the price. TV is a "debutante", according to you how will it move? Aggressive pricing or brand exclusivity?[via, via]