A mysterious Lenovo L78031 smartphone has bagged 3C certification in China. Soon after getting spotted on 3C’s website, the L78031 handset has also surfaced on Geekbench benchmarking platform to reveal some of its key features. It is speculated that it could be the Lenovo Z5 Pro slider phone that is set to go official on Nov. 1 in China.
A Lenovo smartphone with a model number of L78031 has been certified by 3C authority in China. The 3C certification of the phone has only revealed that it carries support for up to 18W fast charging. The exact identity of the smartphone is not known yet. Since it has been spotted with high-end specs on Geekbench, it is being speculated that it could be the Lenovo Z5 Pro smartphone that is scheduled to go official on Nov. 1.
The Lenovo L78031 Geekbench listing that it is fueled by Snapdragon 710 and 6 GB of RAM. The smartphone is preinstalled with Android 8.1 Oreo OS. In single-core and multi-core benchmarking tests on Geekbench, the Lenovo L78031 has respectively scored 1791 and 6329 points.
Lenovo is working on re-establishing itself as a smartphone brand in China. It has launched couple of smartphones in this year in the home country. Among them, the Lenovo S5 Pro and Lenovo Z5 that are fueled by the Snapdragon 636 are the most powerful phones from this year.
The Lenovo Z5 Pro is expected to arrive as an advanced version of the Lenovo Z5 smartphone that was unveiled in June this year. Recent reports have revealed that the Lenovo Z5 Pro will be arriving with a manual slider design and it will be also equipped with an in-screen fingerprint reader which suggests that it could be equipped with a high screen ratio AMOLED display. It will be equipped with 24-megapixel + 16-megapixel dual camera setup.