The Lenovo A800 was released in January 2013 and has since been a step up from its low-end competitors. Everything you love in a budget smartphone starts with a screen size of 4.5 inches. Although not full HD, the Lenovo A800 sports a 16M colours IPS LCD display. The screen is a multi-touch capacitive touchscreen that works well with up to 5 fingers on
Lenovo A800 camera features
Who doesn’t love a good camera? Lenovo A800’s rear camera may seem like a basic model, coming in at 5MP, but this little bad boy is enough to get all your shots in. Image quality is clear and colours come out bright and cheerful and it comes with autofocus and LED flash features. The rear camera is a VGA shooter so it’s nothing to shout about.
The Lenovo A800 runs on Android OS 4.0 Jelly Bean. With a Mediatek MT6577T chipset and a Dual-core 1.2 GHz Cortex-A9 processor, speeds are optimum for a budget smartphone. RAM comes in at 512MB with storage space at 84GB.
In every smartphone, we need some basic features. In the Lenovo A800, the standard features are
The Lenovo A800 is powered by a Li-Po 2000 mAh battery that gives up to 840 hours on 3G on standby mode while clocking up to 20 hours on
Other features of the Lenovo A800 include the photo and video editor, document viewer, voice memo, Geo-tagging, HDR mode and touch focus on the camera app and active noise cancellation on the dedicated microphone. Overall, the Lenovo A800 is a smartphone you should consider if you’re looking for an affordable device with capable specs. Simply check out the products above or find more of Lenovo smartphones on