- The device will be powered by the MediaTek processor.
- It will feature a 48 megapixel primary sensor on the back.
- The smartphone will also enable users to expand the storage.
After a gap, Coolpad coming back into the smartphone industry with the launch of its upcoming smartphone called Coolpad COOL 20. It is confirmed to be official in the market of China tomorrow that means on May 25 and before the official announcement of the device, the company has revealed the important specifications of the smartphone.
It is confirmed that the upcoming Coolpad COOL 20 will be powered by MediaTek Helio G80 processor and the company has also confirmed that the device will support 128 GB of internal storage and users can able to expand the storage up to 256 GB via MicroSD card. The company also says that the upcoming device features the EROFS file system and the same is developed by Huawei that allows for more space and is also faster than the F2FS format.
The upcoming smartphone a dual rear camera setup and that is placed in a vertical orientation at the top left corner of the device and we can also see a big branding of the company at the bottom side. The upcoming smartphone features a 48MP primary sensor and the company has joined hands with the Arcsoft for the image processing technology.
It will also feature night mode, portrait mode, and HDR mode and the device will also feature a 13MP front facing sensor and that is accommodated in a waterdrop notch on the top of the screen.
The smartphone brand has also confirmed that the upcoming device will support for Dual-band Wi-Fi and 4G+ network, it is also confirmed that the device will come in three colour options and that are black, white, and green.
So let’s wait for the official announcement of the device and we recommend you to stay tuned with us for the latest happenings at your fingertips.
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