The Lenovo S90 passes through TENAA
The Lenovo S90 Sicily first showed up on a leaked roadmap back in August of last year, and it popped back up a few months later with a Â product page. We still don’t know the Lenovo S90 release date, but it’s getting closer as the handset has just passed through TENAA.
We said it once, and we’ll say it again… the Lenovo S90 Sicily looks a lot like something from a certain Cupertino-based company. That said, it’s a whole lot cheaper and the specs aren’t half bad for a midrange handset.
The Lenovo S90 sports a 5-inch display with a resolution of 1,280 x 720. Beneath the glass you’ll find a quad-core 64-bit Snapdragon 410 humming along and backed by 1GB of RAM. The storage space is listed at 16GB with no mention of a microSD card slot. Rounding things out is a 13MP rear camera and a large 8MP front-facing snapper.
You’ll be pleased to know the Lenovo S90 is a 4G handset, and other connectivity options listed include WiFi, Bluetooth 4.0, micro USB 2.0 and a 3.5mm audio jack. It’s overall dimensions are 146mm x 71.7mm x 6.9mm and it weighs 129grams. The dual-SIM device won’t ship with Lollipop, but it will run Android 4.4.4 out of the box.
Just like with the FCC in the states, it usually isn’t long before a smartphone is released once it hits TENAA. Nothing official has been announced although we expect the Lenovo S90 release date to come soon. The price tag is rumored to fall in the $325 range as well, so it’s a handset that may be worth a lookÂ “if” it ever goes international.