A few days back, we came to know that Coolpad was working on a new smartphone called as the Coolpad Y90. The device had already hit TENAA and now, we have the first real life pictures of the upcoming device.
The listing on TENAA revealed a fingerprint sensor at the back of the device. And today’s real life images confirm the sensor. With the rear fingerprint placement and the all metal design, the phone does remind of the Huawei Mate 7 flagship. The front feature three capacitive buttons, including a circular home button.As for specs, the TENAA listing reveals that the Coolpad Y90 will sport a 5.5-inch 720p display with an octa-core 1.5Ghz processor (most likely Snapdragon 615). There will be 2GB RAM on board along with 8GB of expandable storage via MicroSD. At the back, there will be a 13MP camera while up front, you should see a 5MP shooter. Despite its 8.6mm thick design profile, the battery is just 2500mAh capacity. The phone supports 4G LTE networks in the following bands: 900MHz,1800MHz,2GHz,Band 38,Band 39,Band 40,1.9GHz.
The overall phone looks quite good, especially with the super thin metal bezels on the side. However, there are black borders around the screen which kind of ruins the thin bezelless look. Coolpad has not yet revealed when they will unveil this mid-range smartphone, however, given that the phone has already hit TENAA and now leaked, the release should be sometime soon.