Launched way back in 2008, the E71 was a business focused phone featuring a QWERTY keyboard.
The listing also reveals a a 1280 x 720 pixel resolution display, 2GB RAM, and 32GB storage.
The device starts at RMB 899, or around $135 at current exchange rates.
That's ahead of schedule given that pre-orders in the country are officially set to ship out starting next week - August 30 to be precise.
The smartphone will become available in the continent at the end of September.
Thankfully, the case is transparent, so we get a good look at the upcoming device.
It looks like Apple might indeed be going with the 6 SE name for its next smartphone.
The rumored iPhone 7-like antenna bands are nowhere to be found on this handset.
An early replacement for the iPhone SE or the true name of the iPhone 7?
Last month it grew by 1 percentage point, up from the previous bump of 0.5 percentage points.
Or is it the smaller Redmi 4? The flagship Mi Note 4, perhaps?
The audio hardware will come courtesy of B&O PLAY.
Pre-orders "have far exceeded our estimates," says Samsung.
The event is set for next week - August 30.
Only unlocked devices were getting the update until now.
The update brings along Samsung Cloud, the new Gallery app from the Note 7, August security patch, as well some bug fixes.
The update will be rolled out in phases, with 15 Xiaomi phones getting it in the first phase.
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