Lenovo A2010 Comparison Summary
Chinese manufacturer Lenovo launches 4G A2010 to provide affordable LTE experience for everyone. The company is already known for its low end quality smartphones but now they have even lowered the price further in this release. Lenovo A2010 is powered by a 64Bit Quad-Core processor and 1GB RAM which is enough for its Android 5.1 operating system to run properly. The phone will support LTE on one SIM whereas 3G will be supported on both SIM slots. Lenovo’s A2010 will be powering 5.0 MP back camera and 2 megapixel camera on its back for clear imagining. The phone is designed with a slightly curved back to provide extra support while holding Lenovo A2010’s body and three touch buttons are provided without back lit lights on its front bottom. Removable 2000mAh battery runs the sleek phone and provides one day battery timing on average use. Lenovo presents A2010 with expandable card slot that can support up-to 32GB card for better storage. WiFi, Bluetooth 4.0, GPS positioning system and FM radio features are pre installed and Lenovo has launched this budget friendly sleek and stylish A2010 in two colors, i.e. Pearl White and pure black. The phone has been released already in Philippines and is scheduled for release in coming days in whole South Asian market. Resembling older phone models, A2010 is targeted for those who have low budget but still want to enjoy the very next generation communication on the go. As compared to newer models, A2010 feels a bit bulky due to its wide appearance but it’s polished surface patches up the bulk. The new Lollipop operating system allows fourth generation LTE support at its best and A2010 is a great phone when it comes to accessibility options for disabled as it is very easy to carry and not to miss that it offers better features from the rest. A2010 by Lenovo started shipping in South Asian markets as a single variant since September 2015 and now it has reached its true destination i.e Islamic Republic of Pakistan. Lenovo A2010 is now available all across the country.