Android 11 is the latest iteration of Google’s dominated smartphone OS. But, only few premium smartphones are currently running the OS. However, the new OS is expected to make it to more smartphones starting early 2021, including entry-level ones. HiSense is most delighted to push the lead, as the company have just document two entry-level smartphones with FCCID.IO, codenamed Hisense E50 (HLTE232E ) and the E50 Lite (HLTE228E)
Both of these should be headed to South Africa to succeed Infinity E40 and E40 Lite currently selling in the South African market. Their specifications won’t be anything out of the ordinary save for the presence of the latest Google Android 11 OS.
The brain power on both phones will come from UNISOC SC9863A octa-core CPU. The most compact of the two will be the E50 Lite, coming in a 6.1-inches screen, while the vanilla E50 will sport a larger 6.55-inches with HD+ res on both sides.
As for the optics, the E50 will have an assembly of three lenses at the back, driven by a 13-megapixel main snapper along with two other auxiliary lenses, while the E50 Lite will offer a 13 MP + 2 MP dual sensors with a single LED flash and a single 8-megapixel selfie snapper on both phones.
The battery on the E50 will be upgraded to 5130mAh from the 4000mAh juice on the current E40, and it will offer 4GB RAM and 64GB internal storage which almost double the storage size on the current model. Although both phones seemed ready, but don’t expect any official launch until January of 2021.