Lenovo A1900 is new $60 droid with a quad-core CPU

10 April, 2015

It's not all flagships out there, but in between the review craze after the release of one and the buildup to the launch of the next, lower-key announcements may easily go unnoticed. One such case it the brand new Lenovo A1900 - an entry-level device, that's set to retail at the equivalent of $60.

A level head knows not to expect miracles at this price point, because only so much can be done on a budget. The A1900 is powered by a Spreadtrum SC7730 chipset with a 1.2GHz quad-core processor and Mali-400 GPU. A modest 512MB of RAM are on board, as well as 4GB of storage, which is expandable via microSD.

The smartphone sports a 4-inch 800x480 pixel display for a rather decent 233ppi density, and it's an IPS panel, too. It packs dual-SIM compatibility, and comes with triple-band 2G and 2100MHz 3G connectivity as well as GPS, Wi-Fi and FM radio. A 1,500mAh battery is fitted inside the 121 x 62 x 9.5 body, which weighs just 117g.

Overall, a basic smartphone, for price-conscious shoppers, wanting to delve into the Android world. It's unlikely that it'll make it outside of its home market, though.



Reader comments

  • Anonymous
  • 30 Sep 2015
  • IV%

i buy it, and i satisfied! trsut me

  • AnonD-247832
  • 12 Apr 2015
  • 6uM

60$ ? ok. then when it comes out of asia will be the double of price.........

  • kuan
  • 11 Apr 2015
  • ib7

best buy

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