Tecno Pova 5 Visits FCC and Bluetooth SIG for Certification; Global Launch Imminent

Sohail Akhtar

Tecno Pova 5 seems imminent, as it has started popping up on certification listings. Tecno Pova 4, the successor, hails the title of a gaming phone bearing extreme neon aesthetics and finishes; Pova 5 is likely to follow in the footsteps. Here’s everything we’ve gathered about the phone on the internet.

Signed under the model number “LH7n,” a new Tecno phone has emerged on the FCC and Bluetooth SIG database. The TechOutlook says the model number belongs to Pova 5 from Transsion, and its listings hint at an imminent global launch.  

The FCC document states that the newcomer supports 4G networks and NFC. Along with those details came the phone’s schematic diagram that shows its camera placement on the back and the size of the landing zone for those lenses. 

Pova 5 houses two cameras on the back, followed by a flash LED in the third silo. The phone’s right edge accommodates a volume rocker and an elongated power button. Although there is no confirmation, it looks to be a fingerprint reader. If you're in the market for a new smartphone, it's important to compare Tecno phones price to ensure you're getting the best value for your money.

The same model number also popped up on the Bluetooth SIG certification database. It didn’t showcase anything noteworthy besides the Bluetooth 5.0 feature; however, it still deserves mentioning as it reinforces the theory about an impending global launch.

These certification documents are one of the earlier sightings of Tecno Pova 5 online. No official word or leak has surfaced yet to give us an idea of what the phone packs inside. We’ll add an update if anything new appears on the internet. So stay tuned.


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