Lenovo A7000: Packs ample power, priced at affordable Rs 8,999
Lenovo A7000 smartphone, quite affordable at a price of Rs 8,999, has had quite an electrifying effect in India - having disappeared within seconds after the start of its flash sale. Check out the reason why:
5.5-Inch Display Lenovo A7000's large 5.5-inch display is great for gaming, watching videos, texting and even surfing the web. The screen holds an HD resolution of 1280 x 720 pixels with IPS technology (In-Plane Switching) for providing 178 degrees of wide-angle for viewing. The screen is of capacitive 5-point multi touch-sensitive nature and projects 16 million colors. With this screen size, A7000 can easily be called a phablet. The dimensions of the smartphone measure 76.2mm x 7.99mm x 152.6mm and it weighs 140 grams. Colours include Pearl White and Onyx Black. Sensors sported by the phablet are Light, Proximity and Gravitation. There is also an application provided by Lenovo that changes the background image automatically to match the current change in the weather.
Processing Lenovo A7000 is empowered by an eight-core processor. It is branded as 1.5GHz ARM Cortex 53 MediaTek MT6752m 4G LTE processing engine coupled with DDR3 2GB RAM. The smartphone can easily run videos of high resolution, newest games and also multi-task without hassles. The integrated graphics card is ARM Mali760 MP2 that aids in scaling the aforementioned processor's power to scale up to 16 cores to match the gaming needs of game lovers. The operating system used here is the latest iteration of Android, called Lollipop 5.0. The latest version is powerful, smoother and faster than ever. It also manages battery quite well. A7000 by Lenovo is the first smartphone in the world to feature all new Dolby Atmos technology for engaging and rich audio experience. With it, all your stuff including, video, audio, games give back an experience of sound flowing through your ears, from one end to another. There is one speaker at the back along with one 3.5mm audio port.
Power Lenovo A7000 has a really slim and sleek design. It houses a large battery capacity of 2,900mAh battery that lets users watch videos, listen to music, browse web and go on uninterrupted for entire day, after full charging. With support of on-the-go technology, one can easily connect with USB drives for transferring data on the go. The best part is that you can charge other smartphones from A7000. The Li-Polymer battery is replaceable and provides talk time of up to 39 hours on 2G network and 16 hours on 3G network but no support for voice on 4G network. The high-speed 4G LTE network offers for speediest data connectivity which lets the user enjoy staying online for reading, chatting, browsing, etc. Data connectivity options include LTE, HSPA+, EDGE, GPRS and LTE Cat 4 with a downloading speed of up to 150mbps and uploading speed of up to 50mpbs. Besides Wi-Fi 802.11b/g/n, Wi-Fi hotspot, 2G, 3G and 4G network support, other connectivity options are Bluetooth 4.0, GPS with AGPS and FM radio.
Camera and storage Lenovo A7000 sports an 8MP camera at the rear side with an LED flash and auto-focus feature. At the front side, there is a 5MP fixed-focus camera. Both the cameras deliver quality imaging results in almost any light condition. All your captured videos and audio can be stored inside internal storage of 8GB. The external storage can be expanded by up to 32GB via microSD card which means you can transfer and view high-definition movies and music. Lenovo has endowed the smartphone with a number of apps belonging to its Doit series, which lets users make the best out of their device. With these apps you can share data with other gadgets sans the need of a network. You can also optimize performance of the device by eliminating malware and viruses from invading the system. SMS call history and back-up of contacts is another benefit from this line of apps.
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