TENAA, the Chinese certification authority has listed a new LG device on its website. This new device is expected to be the new LG G5 Lite, the toned down version of LG’s flagship LG G5.
In its new database, Telecommunication Equipment Certifications Center or TENAA has listed a new smartphone certified and already existing in China. This new LG smartphone has been registered under the model name of LG H848 and will soon go on sale by the expected name of LG G5 Lite, however, no official confirmation has yet been received from LG.
Talking about the features of LG H848, it sports a 5.3-inch Quad HD display (2560 × 1440 pixels). As against its namesake, it is powered by a relatively less powerful Snapdragon 652 quad-core chipset which is considered as an upper midrange processor and is clocked at a speed of 1.8GHz. For enhanced graphics, we have an Adreno 510 GPU.
Apart from the processors, LG G5 lite packs 3GB of RAM which is 33% less than the 4GB RAM packed in G5. For storage, we have 32GB of internal space that can be expanded up to 64GB with an external memory card. It offers dual camera setup at the back, of which the main one is a 16 MP narrow-angle lens and the ancillary one is an 8MP camera with a wide angle lens. The front shooter is an 8 MP lens which should be decent enough for selfies and video calling.
According to TENAA LG H848 runs the latest Android Marshmallow 6.0.1. Being only a certification authority TENAA has not revealed the official price or the date of release. Also, the database is silent about the battery capacity of the LG H848.