Philips has recently had a new one of its phones certified by TENAA, the Philips S711L model, that’s shown below. This device has a Huawei design styling, but it’s more like a flattened Huawei. It’s also a model bordering between tablet and phone, because of its 7 inch diagonal.
This doesn’t seem like a Xenium branded model and its rounded back edges are certainly interesting. Specs are in the midrange area, with an octa core processor clocked at 1.3 GHz, maybe a MediaTek, or maybe a Snapdragon, as well as 3 GB of RAM. We’ve got Android 5.1 in the mix, plus an 8 megapixel front selfie camera and a 13 MP main shooter.
LTE is also here and everything is crammed into an 8.5 mm thick package, weighing 260 grams. 32 GB of storage and a microSD card slot are mentioned by TENAA too and while the battery capacity is nowhere to be found, we’re guessing it’s past 5000 mAh, given the tradition that Philips have in this field.