A low-cost 5G smartphone was introduced by Coolpad in China at the end of December. Officially, the gadget is known as the Coolpad Grand View Y60.
A little more than a month later, the Coolpad Grand View Y60s, a version of this phone, is now available with pictures and specifications in China Telecom’s product catalog.
This device will come with a reduced feature set, according to the listing.
CP3CT1 is the model number for the upcoming Coolpad Grand View Y60s. It will run Android 13 and be powered by the same Unisoc T760 chip as the standard Y60.
The screen on the newer model, however, is smaller at 6.5 inches, while the screen on the older device is slightly larger at 6.7 inches. In any case, the resolution—1600 x 720 pixels—will stay at HD+.
The cameras on the Y60s and Y60s will be the same when they arrive. It will have a 0.08MP depth sensor in addition to a 13MP primary sensor. It will feature a 5MP selfie camera on the front.
As a result of using a smaller 4,500mAh battery rather than a 5,000mAh one, the phone will weigh 183.2g instead of 193g. There will be two color options: Wheat Ear Gold and Iris Black.
And lastly, the phone’s suggested retail price for the 6GB + 128GB version is ¥1,499, too.
No official announcement about this product has yet to come from Coolpad.