Lenovo A7000 Launched in India with Dolby Atmos Technology and Lollipop at Rs 8,999

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    Today, Lenovo has launched the successor of the A6000, in the Indian market. Dubbed as A7000, it was initially announced back in MWC 2015 last month.

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    Lenovo A7000 Launched in India with Dolby Atmos Technology

    This LTE compatible A7000 will be exclusively available on the e-retail store Flipkart and the registration for the device starts today at 2PM and ends on 11:59PM on April 14th.

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    This budget device is the first smartphone to pack Dolby Atmos technology and comes with even bigger screen than A6000

    Lenovo A7000 - Key specifications

    Lenovo A7000 sports a 5.5-inch IPS display with 1280 × 720 pixels. It is powered by a 1.5 GHz Octa-Core MediaTek MT6752M processor and 16-core Mali-T760 GPU along with 2GB RAM under the hood.

    Lenovo A7000 Launched in India with Dolby Atmos Technology

    Moreover on the storage front, it has 8GB of built-in memory, with an expansion option via microSD card slot. On the camera factor, it flaunts an 8MP autofocus camera with LED Flash, 5MP front-facing camera and measures 152.6x 76.2 x 7.9mm and weighs around 140grams.

    This device is equipped with Dolby ATMOS, for excellent sound clarity. Moving on to the connectivity factor, it supports options such as 4G LTE / 3G HSPA+, Wi-Fi 802.11 b/g/n, Bluetooth 4.0, GPS and powered by a 2,900mAh battery on board.

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    Coming in Black color, Lenovo A7000 comes at a price of Rs. 8,999 and goes on sale around 2PM on 15th April.

    Here GizBot presents you the top 7 features of the Lenovo A7000. Lets take a look at the slider below:

    Lenovo A7000 Launched in India with Dolby Atmos Technology

    Design
    Lenovo A7000 is a little plain, maintaining the boxy look of its predecessor. Made entirely of plastic, it doesn't have much to boast of on the design front. However, it is very light at 140grams and you would be able to use it for extended periods of time without noticing the weight.

    Lenovo A7000 Launched in India with Dolby Atmos Technology

    Display
    Lenovo A7000 has a 5.5-inch HD screen, slightly bigger than the 5-inch display of its predecessor. The screen quality is superb, with vibrant colours and excellent viewing angles. You cannot notice any pixilation on the smartphone's screen, though some portions may appear a little oversaturated due to the colour reproduction.

    Lenovo A7000 Launched in India with Dolby Atmos Technology

    Software
    The new A7000 smartphone runs on Lenovo's Vibe UI, which users have seen earlier as well. This time, the custom software is built on Android Lollipop, so there are a few animations you will certainly notice.

    Lenovo A7000 Launched in India with Dolby Atmos Technology

    Hardware
    Lenovo A7000 comes with a 1.5GHz octa-core Mediatek chip and 2GB RAM, making it a powerful smartphone for the price,

    Lenovo A7000 Launched in India with Dolby Atmos Technology

    Camera
    Lenovo A7000 has an 8MP camera with LED flash on the back, a standard feature for smartphones under Rs 15,000. It comes with several shooting modes and image editing features. The front comes with the 5MP camera for selfie shooter

    Lenovo A7000 Launched in India with Dolby Atmos Technology

    Storage
    Lenovo A7000 has 2GB of RAM and 8GB of internal storage. One can also add up to 32GB of external storage using a microSD card..

    Lenovo A7000 Launched in India with Dolby Atmos Technology

    Battery
    Lenovo A7000 has a large by a 2900mAh battery. Hence, providing a good backup for the device even if its running on 3G.

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