Lenovo is a brand name in the smartphone niche and so you can a buy a branded smartphone for the price of just $60, with a fair amount of specifications.
Lenovo A1900 is the new Moto E (or maybe it will) and it features a quad-core CPU for the price of a featured mobile phone. Consumers don’t have many choices in this price range which makes a void.
But the presence of Moto E like smartphones, which not just offer a smartphone but also an experience, makes the challenge tough for newcomers.
Lenovo A1900 Specifications
The device holds onto a clean slab-like design with following specifications.
- Spreadtrum SC7730 chipset
- Quad-Core 1.2GHz processor
- Mali-400 GPU
- 512MB of RAM
- 4GB of internal storage
- 4inch IPS display
- Resolution of 480×800 pixels
- Android 4.4.2 KitKat OS
- 2MP rear camera
- 3G, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, and GPS
- FM Radio
- 1500mAh battery
With all those specifications, the device is very lightweight, weighing just 117 gram. Also, it measures only 9.5 as thickness. Together, it is looking a really good deal for the price of $60.
The 3G connectivity feature along with Wi-Fi, Bluetooth and GPS makes it a complete smartphone for the package. Also, it can support dual SIM cards easily.
Users will be allowed to insert one Mini and one Micro SIM cards. There is also a slot for microSD storage card, just in the case when you find that 4GB running low.
The display uses IPS panel, measuring 4inch of size and having 233ppi pixel density. The resolution supported is not even the HD but again, you can’t question too many things for this price.
With all that in the package for just $60, the deal is really attractive. Still, I wish if this phone had at least 1GB of RAM then it could have attracted more consumers.
Also, because its main competitor is Moto E, so it needs to offer good user experience through software, which needs to be untouched at all (pure stock Android version). But, in reality, it does come with a UI skin (sad, huh?).