Lenovo LePhone S880: An Android dual SIM phablet
Lenovo has come up with the new Phablet LePhone S880 for the Chinese market. This Android powered dual SIM gadget is positioned for price sensitive consumers. It will have a cheaper price when compared with Samsung"s Galaxy Note, which was the first phablet launched into the market. However Lenovo phablet has decent specifications when it comes to OS, processor, battery efficiency, memory and multimedia features.
Lenovo LePhone S880 Phablet features a comparatively larger screen of 5 inches with 800 x 480 pixels resolution which is quite decent for a phablet. The phablet is powered by MediaTek processor of 1GHz which offers faster processing, well supported by a 512MB of RAM capacity. The inbuilt storage capacity of this Lenovo gadget is 4GB while there are options to expand it via SD card support.
Lenovo LePhone S880 Phablet has impressive multimedia features like a 5MP camera on the rear side. It also features a .3MP shooter on the front side for video chatting and calling options as well as for taking self snaps. A standard 2,250 mAH battery powers this phablet which is quite a high end spec considering that it is a phablet.
Lenovo LePhone S880 Phablet comes pre-installed with Android 4.0 so that consumers need not wait for an ICS update like other common gadgets. This user convenient operating system delivers a powerful platform for utilizing the phablet features to the maximum. Users can come across several apps with this OS which will be best suitable for daily scenarios.
Lenovo LePhone S880 Phablet facilitates dual SIM capability which works with WCDMA/GSM networks. The design is also quite comfortable for a phablet like 9.9mm thickness and a weight of 200 grams.
Lenovo LePhone S880 Phablet is available in the Chinese market at an affordable price tag of around Rs.17,500/-. It arrived in the Chinese mobile market in a standard white outfit. The design somewhat resembles that of popular Samsung Galaxy note. Currently there is no confirmation on its availability in markets other than China.
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