Just a few months after launching its first full-screen smartphone, the Lenovo K320t, Lenovo has another one on the way. The Lenovo K520 has surfaced on TENAA complete with specs and pictures.
The Lenovo K520T shares a generally similar design to the K320t but with a few differences. It is an all metal phone, with dual rear cameras and a fingerprint scanner in the same position as the K320t.
The main physical difference between both is that the K320t has a speaker grille on the back but the K520 doesn’t. The K520 also packs a slightly smaller display but weighs more even though they both have the same battery capacity.
When it comes to the rest of the specs, their differences are much more distinct. The Lenovo K520 has a 5.65-inch FHD+ (2160 x 1080) display. It measures 154 × 73.5 × 7.8mm and weighs 165g.
It comes with 3GB or 4GB of RAM and 32GB or 64GB of expandable storage. Unlike the K320t which is powered by a Spreadtrum quad-core processor, the K520 is powered by a 2.0GHz octa-core processor.
Although the images show the phone has dual rear cameras, TENAA only lists for one camera which is an 8MP sensor. There is also another 8MP sensor in front.
The Lenovo K520 runs Android 8.0 and will be available in black, red, and silver. Seeing as it has gotten certified by TENAA, it should launch soon.