Yezz reveals two new Android smartphones for MWC

The contract-free handsets -- the eight-core Andy A5QP and the quad-core A5VP -- will officially debut at the Barcelona trade show.

The A5VP (left) and the A5QP (right) from Yezz. (Credit: Yezz)

Following the debut of Yezz's Andy A4M and A6M Android smartphones for the North American market at the Consumer Electronics Show, the Miami-based company has announced two new handsets in its "Andy" range for Mobile World Congress.

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The 6.9mm-thin Andy A5QP features MediaTek's MT6592 1.7GHz octa-core processor and features an aluminum alloy housing. It will come in three colors and will have a non-slip surface. As for the other model, the A5VP will be "aggressively priced" and features LTE powered by a Qualcomm Snapdragon quad-core processor. The handset will sport a 13.1-megapixel rear camera and will run Android 4.3 with a promised update to 4.4.

We'll have hands-on with both smartphones soon at Mobile World Congress, so do check back.

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