For those who know, it is not uncommon to spot a handful of new phones at the TENAA website, which is a constant source of smartphone leaks and rumors since long. Keeping up with that tradition, the Lenovo P1 Mini has been spotted on TENAA and has been certified by the regulatory agency just a couple of days back.
As given in the listing, the phone sports a 5-inch Full HD display and comes with an octa-core processor clocked at 1.5GHz. There’s 2GB of RAM and 16GB of onboard storage, and the phone runs Android 5.1.1 out of the box.
Talking about the camera, a nice 13MP shooter sits at the rear and should be capable of providing amazing photos. The 5MP snapper at the front should be enough for video calls and daily selfies. The phone gets a metallic build and comes in Silver, Gold, White, and Black color options.
The images provided at the TENAA listing of the Lenovo P1 Mini give us a very clear idea about the looks of the phone. There’s a stereo speaker grill at the bottom of the rear panel, while the display gets extremely thin bezels around it. There’s no fingerprint sensor at the back, which along with the other specs suggests that the phone will be a mid-ranger. Now that TENAA has given its green light to the phone, the Lenovo P1 Mini should go on sale pretty soon.