Hisense seems to have a launch around the corner and we expect it to announce at least two new phones. One of them is the Hisense HLTE510T which was seen on TENAA last week. The second is the Hisense HLTE310M which has also appeared on the website.
The HLTE310M has a similar design to the HLTE510T but comes with less-powerful specifications. It also lacks its curved edges and has a chrome-plated frame. However, Hisense compensates with a bigger screen and a larger battery.
The display is a 6.19-inch screen with a 1500 x 720 resolution. The phone is powered by a 1.8GHz octa-core processor that is paired with 4GB of RAM and 32GB/64GB of expandable storage.
There are dual cameras on the rear arranged vertically and positioned on the left of the phone. The primary sensor is a 12MP camera and the secondary sensor is 5MP. There is also a 16MP front-facing camera. A fingerprint scanner is mounted on the rear of the device.
The Hisense HLTE310M has a 3400mAh battery, runs Android 8.1 Oreo, and supports up to 128GB of additional storage via a MicroSD card slot. It weighs 167 grams, measures 156 × 76.18 × 7.8 mm, and will come in Delicate Gold, Starry Sky, and Magic Blue.
We expect Hisense to announce a launch date soon.