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Lenovo Another Cheapest 4G Smartphone in India

Lenovo is much familiar for launching the world’s most affordable Smartphone in India, and it is the model Lenovo A6000. This is the first 4G affordable mobile launched in India and it has the price tag of just Rs.6999 initially. There are two upgraded versions has been launched in the same series, i.e. A7000 and A6000 Plus indeed. Today, Lenovo announced another budget friendly 4G Smartphone for India and it could be the most affordable 4G Smartphone in India for sure. The basic reason for the title is that, it has got the price of just Rs. 4970. Let us have the detailed information over the same.
Lenovo Another Cheapest 4G Smartphone in India
Lenovo Another Cheapest 4G Smartphone in India
Lenovo A2010 Cheapest 4G Smartphone in India:

According to the official reports from Lenovo, the Lenovo A2010 will be their next Smartphone for India and it is the cheapest ever 4G mobile of the country (up to date). Actually, this mobile has been first launched in Vietnam and it has got the price of 1690 in Vietnam. This news has been officially published in the Economic Times (Indian daily).

Key Features of Lenovo A2010 Smartphone:
  • 4.5 inch Touch screen
  • 8GB Internal Memory & 1GB RAM
  • Android Lollipop OS
  • 2100mAh Powerful Battery
  • MediaTek Quad Core Processor
  • 5MP Rear & 2MP Front Snapper

Description of Lenovo A2010 Smartphone:

According to the official words, this mobile has been given perfect budget specifications for all your regards. It has got the perfect quality resolution for the budget friendly devices in the form of 480*854 pixels. The screen has been given for the 4.5 inches and gives better visualization for the price.

The processor segment of the Smartphone is powered by the MediaTek quad core processor and the CPU is clocked with 1GHz speed for the finest speed of the mobile. The MediaTek MT6735 64bit CPU is well coupled to the 1GB RAM, which definitely allow you to have disciplined multitasking capabilities indeed. The internal memory of the mobile is 8GB and supports 32GB via MicroSD.

The operating system of the Lenovo A2010 mobile has been enabled with Android Lollipop version 5.0 and you could also expect the Android M OTA update in the future.

The Dual SIM 4G LTE supported mobile has got Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, and other related wireless sensors for the effective operation of the Smartphone. The 2100mAh powerful battery provides better support in terms of backup power for a long time operation of the mobile.

While coming to the camera aspect of the Smartphone, it has got 5MP at the rear end, followed by a LED flash light for the low light camera constraint. The front camera is made up of 2MP and provides better video and image projections.


This mobile is considered to be the real time competitor to the ZTE Blade Qlux 4G & Phicomm Energy 653 device in India, why, because, these two are the most affordable mobiles in the industry with the price tag of Rs.4999/-. 

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