TCL is working on Palm-branded smartphone, which has appeared in several listings. The phone might be a budget device. Some listing has revealed the “Pepito” name, but we are not sure if this is the final name.
According to previous reports, TCL plans to release the device “Pepito” in the second half of 2018.
Pepito On its Way
Currently, there are few details available on FCC listing for the Pepito phone which has model number PVG100. The label on the back of the device reveals that the phone will be designed by Palm in San Francisco.
Android Police has reported that the phone will not support 5Ghz Wi-Fi and will ship with Android 8.1. The leak suggests that it will be a budget device but a newer 5Ghz Wi-Fi support is often found on more expensive phones. So let see whether it will be a budget phone or not.
The Bluetooth listing reveals that the device called Pepito will have Bluetooth 4.2. A new Palm-branded phone will be launching on the Verizon network in the second half of the year. Well the long-time Palm partnership of Verizon with TCL seems quite interesting. Let see how this Palm-branded phone named Pepito will look like when it launch and how it will perform?
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