You may have heard of the company, Hasee, which is the second largest personal computer manufacturer in China. Like most tech giants, Hasee too entered the smartphone industry a few years back, but recently we have not heard much about the company’s smartphone releases.
However, earlier today, spy photos of what looks to be a new Hasee device was leaked online. The device takes its design inspiration from Huawei’s Mate 7. In fact, its impressive to see that the screen to body ratio is low, thanks to its slim bezels. The device looks large, so it could feature a 6-inch display as the Mate 7.
At the back, there is the camera unit, Hasee logo and interestingly a rectangular space which looks like a fingerprint sensor. But we are not quite sure whether its a fingerprint sensor or a rear button. There are no speakers at the back, so it could be at the bottom. The UI on the device looks interesting, and it could be the company’s own custom ROM.
Another Hasee device was leaked today, but its not as good looking as the first one. In fact, from the looks, it could be an entry level device with modest specifications.
Hasee has not yet announced these two devices officially, but it is said that both could run on the new 64-bit Mediatek processors. No details about the RAM, storage, display, camera or battery have been revealed. But stay tuned for more updates. [source]