Back in CES 2020, Hisense grabbed the attention of many with its first E-Ink handset, the Hisense A5. The company which is best known for its TVs and home appliances has some unique Android devices such as the A5. Adding to its portfolio of Android devices, Hisense is going to launch Hisense F50 5G, a new 5G enabled smartphone on April 20.

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The Hisense F50 5G will be powered by Unisoc T7510 Chipset which is also known as  Ziguang Zhanrui 5G chip. Needless to say, the device supports 5G connectivity but the dual-mode 5G capability ought to make it a deal-breaker. Since 5G will become mainstream in the near future, people may tend to use it more often so the dual-mode can come handy at any time. The device also supports HI-TURBO smart engine for better performance and stability.

Unisoc and Hisense hold a great partnership. Earlier, Ma Xiaohang, Vice President of Hisense Electronic Information Group and Deputy General Manager of Hisense Communication Co., Ltd said: “UNISOC is an important strategic partner of Hisense. We have been jointly tackling key technologies in the industry since 2004 and worked closely for 16 years to present new achievements. The forthcoming Hisense 5G mobile phone F50 has adopted UNISOC’s T7510, making 5G accessible to more users, enabling intelligent and excellent experiences“.

The Unisoc T7510 is a powerful chipset for day to day use cases. As of the power source, the Hisense F50 5G boasts a massive 5010mAh battery with support up to 18W fast charging. The device features an 8mm large PC-level heat pipe for heat dissipation so that the device doesn’t feel too hot when performing heavy tasks.

On April 20, we’d be knowing further details of the F50 5G including its selling price and availability. What do you guys think of the F50 5G? Do let us know down in the comments and also what price do you expect for the known specifications.

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