Siswoo To Release Three Entry-Level Smartphones Soon

Siswoo is a Chinese smartphone manufacturer who has been announcing really interesting smartphones lately. The company has announced the dual-display R9 Darkmoon smartphone last month, a handset which offers the regular display up front, and an E Ink panel on the back. This thing is definitely reminiscent of Yotaphone devices, and a cheaper alternative at that. Siswoo C55 is yet another interesting Siswoo-branded device, a mid-range offering which sports a rather large 4,200mAh battery on the inside. It seems like Siswoo intends to push a range of new devices out to the market soon though, read on.

According to a new report, this China-based smartphone OEM plans to announce a trio of new devices the A4+, A5 and A4. Now, we really don't have that much information when it comes to specs of these handsets, but we do know that they will sport 4-5" displays. The A4 model will feature a 4-inch display, the A4+ a 4.5-inch ones, while the A5 will ships sporting a 5-inch panel. All of these handsets will be powered by 64-bit processors (quite probably MediaTek units), will offer dual-SIM and 4G LTE connectivity, and Android Lollipop will come pre-installed on them. Suffice it to say, these handsets will be really affordable if the report is to be believed, and other Siswoo products are any indication of the price.

These three handsets will look rather similar, as you can see in the provided image. The will feature the capacitive home button below the display (and presumably two capacitive keys on its sides). The phones will most likely be made out of plastic, though who knows, perhaps Siswoo ends up using metal instead. We do know that they will feature glass back though, the leaked image down below clearly reveals that. The bezels aren't exactly the thinnest here, but that shouldn't be much of an issue considering these devices will be rather pocket-friendly as it is considering their screen size. There you have it folks, three affordable Siswoo-branded handsets are going to arrive soon, we'll keep you posted, and let you know once they get announced.

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