iNew is chiming in with their LTE model, the iNew L1.
They seem to have found a sweet spot for their phone’s physical designs: the iNew V3’s body. They have reused it for their new V7 model, and the L1 will be adapting a similar build. It is hard to fault them for this move because the iNew V3 is one really good-looking phone.
Another similarity of the L1 with the V3 (and V7, at that), is their use for a quad core 32-bit MT6582 chipset. This will be used in tandem with MT6290 for 4G capabilities. The 2GB RAM phone will feature a larger display, sized at 5.3 inches with 720p resolution. This will be layered behind a Gorilla Glass screen.
The primary rear camera will have a Sony sensor with 13MP max resolution.
For network connectivity, the L1 will have 900/2100MHz frequency bands for 3G, and will cover Bands 1/3/7/20 for FDD-LTE. TDD-LTE will get Band 38 coverage.
While the V7 had improved battery specs to 2100mAH, the L1 will be offering an even better battery with 2450mAH of power storage capacity.
Quite the dampener for this phone is its $180 price tag. This makes it a huge point of consideration since it will be using a less recent MT6582 chipset as compared with other LTE players that utilize the newer MT67xx chips, offered at a similar price.