As many of you know, the Chinese smartphone market is the biggest one in the world. This country is home to many smartphone manufacturers, and only a handful of them are well-known around the world. There are a number of smaller companies which are trying to make a name for themselves, and Ramos is definitely one of them. You probably haven't heard of this company thus far, but Ramos is one of China's biggest tablet OEMs, their tablets are really popular in that Asian country.
That being said, it seems like Ramos is aiming to enter the smartphone market in style. Renders of one of the company's upcoming devices have leaked, and it's eye-catching, that's for sure. We, of course, cannot confirm that this render is legit, but if it is, it's definitely something to pay attention to. If you take a look at the first image in the gallery down below, you'll notice that this device sports basically no bezel on the sides, aside from the frame and what seems to be a barely visible, millimeter wide black bezel. The bezels on the top and bottom are extremely thin as well, which only makes this device even better looking. We still don't know which materials will Ramos use in order to manufacture this thing, but it sure seems like it will be made out of metal, at least judging by its back side, aluminum perhaps? Speaking of this handset's back, you can also see that it sports two cameras on the back, similar to the Huawei Honor 6 Plus which was released at the end of last year. These two sensors will quite probably be identical, and there's also an LED flash located next to them. The antenna cutouts are also located on the back of the device, the two white lines which are located in the upper and lower portion of this handset's back side.
The source also claims that the device will feature a 4,850mAh battery on the inside, which is way above today's standard. Ramos might not be a well-known company outside of China, but this handset will quite probably launch in China only, and with such a design and a huge battery, this company might have a winner on their hands... if they manage to include decent specs inside of this thing, of course.