The Hisense D6 smartphone has just passed the TENAA certification and the document showed some information regarding the specifications of the device, making it clear that the company will develop a 5.400 mAh battery for the device, which will ensure high usability of the product away from sockets.
In the visual aspects of the front, it is noticeable that the smartphone can rely on some kind of notch on the screen to give more space on the display which, according to preliminary specifications, is Full HD + of 1080×2160 pixels, distributed in 5.99 inches.
To the center is installed the speaker and the left side the 16-megapixel front camera. And since the photographic part was cited, in the back it comes with a single 12-megapixel lens, resolution that possibly will leave the cellphone with some change in the sensor used in relation to that of selfies so that it stands out in captures of images.
In terms of security, you can not complain because the company was able to install the physical digital player on the device, giving you another unlock option. For the performance, there is still no concrete information regarding the chipset chosen for it, but it is known that the speed will be 1.8 GHz.
Added to this, RAM can be divided into 3 options of 3, 4 and 6 gigabytes, while storage can vary between 32, 64 and 128 GB. However, to the sadness of many, the mobile will leave the factory with the operating system outdated, Android 8.1 Oreo, instead of the Pie.
It is not yet known when the phone will be put up for sale, but if it is an attractive price, the possibility of having a good reception of the public is great.