The new apparatus has received certification in the US FCC with version numbers PB-6505M and PB-6505MC. These are much like the model amounts of previous Lenovo Phab variants, including the first Phab and Phab 2 Pro. However, a revelation throughout the Google Play Developer Console Device Catalog proves that the new version could officially be called the Lenovo Tab V7. Specifications of this device are found to include a full-HD+ screen along with a Snapdragon 450 SoC, coupled with 3GB of RAM.
The FCC database has added a fresh Lenovo device with version numbers PB-6505M and PB-6505MC. The online documentation reveals that the device will have a height of 178mm and width of 86mm, along with a diagonal measurement of 198mm. This implies that there would be a 7.8-inch display.
The US FCC list also demonstrates that the apparatus will have a 5,180mAh Lithium-Ion battery and features dual-band Wi-Fi as well as 4G LTE support. Further, there’s FM radio and a microSD card slot for storage growth. Additionally, there are references about a single camera detector at the back together with a flash module and a fingerprint sensor.
Lenovo has been granted with the certification by the FCC staff on January 23. But it is uncertain if the Chinese giant is ready to launch the new device as the Phab 3. Nashville Chatter first spotted that the FCC listing together with some pictures of this mysterious apparatus.
Folks at XDA Developers have managed to spot the apparatus with PB-6505M model number on the Google Play Developer Console Device Catalog as the Lenovo Tab V7. The device is said to be listed by Google Play using a full-HD+ (1080×2160 pixels) screen and a Snapdragon 450 SoC, paired together with 3GB of RAM. Also, there is reportedly a mentioning of Android 9 Pie.
To remember, the Lenovo Phab has been launched back in September 2015 with model number PB1-750M. The Phab family obtained the Lenovo Phab 2 Pro in June 2016 with model number PB2-690M since the previous version.