Mysterious KOOLNEE Smartphone Leaks In Real-Life Images

A mysterious, new, KOOLNEE-branded smartphone has just surfaced, and its back side resembles the back side of the Mi MIX 2S, mainly due to the design of its dual camera setup. This new KOOLNEE handset sports a vertically-aligned dual camera setup, while an LED flash is included in between those two cameras. We’ve also seen similar-looking dual camera setup design in the iPhone X and the Redmi Note 5 Pro, in addition to the Mi MIX 2S, of course.

Having said that, it seems like this smartphone is made out of metal and glass, while the glass on the back of the device looks really nice, it seems to be highly reflective, and it reflects light in an interesting way, similar to some other phones, like some Honor-branded devices. Those two cameras on the back of this phone are not flush with the phone’s back side, while KOOLNEE’s logo sits on the back of the device as well, along with a fingerprint scanner. The back side of the device seems to be curved a bit, and the phone’s display features rounded corners. On-screen buttons are also a part of this package, while all the physical keys sit on the right-hand side of the device. Bezels on this smartphone are not exactly thin, quite on the contrary, and it seems like the phone will sport a rather large display as well.

At the moment, we do not know what will this phone be called, or anything of the sort, nor do we have any info regarding its specs, or release date. There are, however, four real-life images included in the gallery down below, which will give you a better look at the phone itself, and what seems to be its retail packaging. This mysterious KOOLNEE-branded phone will probably be quite affordable, as were its predecessors, though we cannot give you its estimated price tag just yet. KOOLNEE will probably release more info regarding this smartphone in the coming weeks, so stay tuned for that, and while we’re waiting for that to happen, it is worth saying that the KOOLNEE K1, K1 Trio, and Rainbow are discounted until March 31, so if you’re interested in purchasing any of those phones, follow this link.

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