Lenovo is taking the smartphone war pretty serious, particularly the affordable section. The affordable price section is just now updated with one more device which is going to be the most affordable smartphone from the company till now.
Lenovo A3900 is its name and it is going to be available for the price of just $80, converting nearly to 4,700INR. The price point this device is targeting is mudded with poorly manufactured devices, which have very basic specs and extremely poor battery life.
Any device which is offering anything better than all those in the competition can easily win the hearts of millions of people who can’t afford to pay more than $80-100 for a phone, but are looking to catch with rest of the world.
This device, Lenovo A3900 features MediaTek MT6752 chipset having quad-core 1.2GHz processor which is coupled with 512MB of RAM and 4GB of internal storage. The storage is kept with an expandable option.
5MP and 2MP are the camera units, both at rear and front, respectively along with a LED flash at the rear side. The device weighs 157 grams and measures 8.95mm in thickness.
Android 4.4 KitKat OS is running the show while the 2,300mAh battery is at the bottom to power up the unit. I’m pretty sure it will have a capacity to be alive for a single day.
Apart from a quad-core CPU at this price point, another attraction is the inclusion of 4G LTE connectivity. 3G, Wi-Fi, and Dual SIM card support are also inside. USB OTG is also supported which is another fancy feature.
The key feature in a smartphone is mostly the display and this device has a 5.0inch IPS screen with a resolution of 480×854 pixels. The pixel density is very poor (just 196ppi) but we can’t complain much for the price it is being offered.
With all those specifications and features on board, Lenovo A3900 is really looking a pretty neat deal. I am pretty sure that it will arrive in India and if Lenovo can keep its price tag below the mark of 5k INR, then it can easily compete with devices like Micromax Canvas Spark and many other.
What do you think of it?