Update: The Lenovo L79041 smartphone has appeared on the 3C certification website. As per the certification, the device will feature up to 27W fast charging.
Almost every smartphone manufacturing company is trying its best to launch as many 5G smartphones as possible and as early as possible. Next month, we are going to see the launch of the 5G devices like the Huawei Nova 6, Redmi K30, Vivo X30, and the Oppo Reno 3 series. Now, Lenovo is reportedly in the works to launch a new 5G smartphone. The Lenovo L79041 has recently appeared on the TENAA certification website which has revealed some of its specifications. Judging by the model number, the Lenovo L79041 could be the successor to the Lenovo Z6 Pro (L78051).
Lenovo L70941 TENAA certification confirms that it is a 5G device
Though the certification listing does not reveal much about the device, the presence of 5G is confirmed. The device will measure 157.5×74.8×8.6(mm). Furthermore, the Lenovo L70941 will be fueled with a 4,000mAh battery. What kind of quick charging the device will feature is not confirmed as of now.
Predicting the specifications and how the device will look like is a bit difficult as of now as the information available so far is pretty scarce, but we can expect to get more intel on the device in the coming days.
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