Over the weekend, an unannounced Lenovo-branded smartphone passed through China’s official certification database — TENAA. The high-end handset, dubbed the Vibe P1 Pro, carries the model number P1c72 and is believed to be targeted at the Asian, European and North American markets.
In terms of design, the render submitted to TENAA shows a device that looks like a mash-up of an HTC One (M7) and Samsung’s Galaxy S5, in as much as its got an almost identical backplate to the former, and a very similar display and capacitive button layout to the latter.
If recent leaks and rumors are anything to go by, the P1 Pro certainly sounds like it’s set to be a capable device with its 5.5-inch Full HD display, a 1.5GHz octa-core processor, 3GB of RAM, 16GB of expandable storage, a 13-megapixel rear-facing camera, a 5-megapixel front-facing shooter and internals powered by a 4,900mAh battery.
The certification reveals that the handset measures in at 152.9 x 75.6 x 9.9 mm — so it’s not particularly thin. The reason for this, however, is due of the physical size of the huge battery, which causes the body to jut out an extra 1.7mm.
To view the full certification document over on TENAA’s website, hit the source link below.