Chinese consumer electronics company Lenovo is planning to launch an affordable 4G smartphone in India soon.
The Economic Times, citing company insiders, has claimed that Lenovo would release an entry-level 4G smartphone A2010 in India that will be priced below Rs 5,000.
The Lenovo A2010 was unveiled in Vietnam early this month for 1,690,000 Vietnamese Dong (around $77/€69/Rs 4,980). It features a 4.5-inch FWVGA TFT screen and runs on the Android Lollipop OS powered by a 64-bit class MediaTek processor, has 1GB RAM, 8GB inbuilt memory and a 2000 mAh battery.
Lenovo's 4G smartphones A6000, A7000, K3 Note series and its subsidiary Motorola's Moto series have been receiving good response in India, as reflected in the company's recently-declared second quarter results. Lenovo currently stands fourth among India's top smartphone sellers.
Now, with the aggressive pricing of the Lenovo A2010, the Chinese company is poised to lure first-time smartphones buyers to increase its share in India.
The India smartphone market is growing at a fast pace and is expected to topple America as the second largest smartphone market in the world, after China, by 2017, says an IDC India report.
Key Features of Lenovo A2010:
|Display||4.5-inch FWVGA TFT screen with 480x854p resolutions|
|OS||Android 5.x.x Lollipop|
|Processor||1.0GHz MediaTek (MT6735M) quad-core CPU|
|Storage capacity||8GB, expandable up to 32GB|
|Add-ons||Dual-SIM slots, microSD card, Bluetooth, Wi-Fi, micro-USB port|
|Dimensions||130.5 x 66.6 x 9.98 mm|
|Expected Price||Between ₹4,500 and ₹5,000|
[Image credit: Lenovo]