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Lenovo A7000 : A Great Choice at Reasonable Price

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Lenovo A7000 is the latest release from the brand. From the scratch, the company is providing good phones to customers even though there is heavy competition in the Indian and foreign markets. For example, mobile manufacturers like Samsung and Nokia are launching their best cell phones with advanced technologies.

Lenovo has made it to good success, providing guarantee to customers for replacement of battery, damaged software, or hardware damages. These may be simple guarantees provided by the brand just like others, but here the period of replacement is more; moreover, the maintenance of the mobiles is quite good in Lenovo. Recently, it has launched Lenovo A7000, which has some tremendous hardware and software features. Here’s a quick insight into this new product.

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The new A7000 comes with sleek and stylish look to impress the younger generation. It’s not only the stylish look, but also its amazing hardware configuration that appeals to the youth crowd. It features 5.50-inch display, which is very good for professional use. The processor of 1.5GHz exhibits great speed and multitasking ability, which would be of great use.

This smartphone comes with a 5-MP front camera and 8MP rear camera, which is awesome. It helps in chatting on Skype without any glitch. It has 8GB storage and battery capacity of 2900mAH, which is quite amazing. As for the operating system, it runs on Android 5.0 Lollipop. Lenovo has integrated Dolby ATMOS surround sound feature, making this the first smartphone to use the technology. It has all the essential features like Wi-Fi and Bluetooth, which is common in all the mobiles today. Furthermore, it’s a 4G enabled device and so you can browse the internet at lightning speed. The device is available in two colours- white and yellow, which is very good for both professional and funky looks.

As for the downsides, the major disadvantage of Lenovo A700 is that it has low internal memory space because the Android Lollipop OS consumes up to 3GB memory. The other apps and installed contents take up around 2GB. So, the user will hardly get 2 to 3 GB to install applications, which is a real drawback. The other flipside is its 5.5 inch screen, which makes it difficult for users to use with one hand; nowadays such a big screen has become common and trendy, but for some users it may be a curse. Other than these, there are no drawbacks as such.
Lenovo A7000 comes with a price tag of Rs.10500 in Indian market, which will be in favour of customers for availing all the features at a reasonable rate.

Siddartha is a Blogger from India. He is currently working as a Java Front End developer and he loves writing about tutorials, technology, algorithm, etc. You can follow him on Twitter | Facebook | Google+. You can subscribe to GadgetCage RSS Feed or Email Notifications.

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