MWC 2015: Lenovo A7000 Now Official with Dolby Atmos Technology, 4G and More

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Chinese manufacturer, Lenovo has announced yet another successor, from its A line-up. Dubbed as A7000, it comes with even bigger screen than A6000, which was launched few months back. This budget device is the first smartphone to pack Dolby Atmos technology.

Lenovo A7000 - Key Specifications

Lenovo A7000, sports a 5.5-inch IPS LCD multi-touch display with a resolution of 720 x 1280 pixels, which translates a 267ppi. It is clocked by a MediaTek's MT6752m octa-core processor and ARM Mali-T760 MP2 GPU besides 2GB RAM on board.

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MWC 2015: Lenovo A7000 Now Official with Dolby Atmos Technology

Moving to the storage, it has 8GB of built-in memory, with an expansion of up to 32GB via microSD card slot. Coming to the imaging, it features a 8MP rear camera with Dual LED, Autofocus, Face detection, Geo tagging, and 5MP front snapper for selfies. This phablet measures, 7.99mm thickness and weighs around 140grams.

"Users will immediately hear the Dolby Atmos difference using headphones: sounds of people, places, things, and music become more vivid and move from all directions, including overhead, with astonishing clarity, richness and depth. Voices and noises have a broader range from highs to lows, with the greatest subtlety. The technology also makes playback volume more consistent across all types of content," noted Lenovo in a press release.

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This smartphone is shipped with Android Lollipop 5.0 on top of Lenovo Vibe UI with DOit apps out of the box. Moreover, on the connectivity, this device supports 4G LTE, dual SIM, USB-OTG, GPS, BT 4.0, Wi-Fi, along with some sensors like Accelerometer, Compass.

Coming in Onyx Black and Pearl White, Lenovo A7000, will carry a price tag of $169 (approx Rs. 10,458), and goes on sale around March in selected countries.

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