Lenovo has launched A2010 (yeah, that name is weird), its cheapest 4G LTE phone in India. To be precise, it’s about $77 or Rs. 4,990 in India. It’s positioned right below its A6000/A6000 Plus which ones was one of the first affordable 4G devices in India.
Well, A2010 isn’t the first cheapest device in India. That honor goes to ZTE Blade Qlux 4G. It has low-key spec-sheet. There’s MediaTek MT6735m 1.0GHz, 64 bit processor and 1GB RAM powering the phone. It features a somewhat tiny 4.5 inch display with FWVGA resolution. The rear camera (with LED flash) has 5MP resolution and sadly it’s a fixed focus one. There’s 2MP front camera, too. Lenovo A2010 has dual SIM support. Lenovo has thrown in a 2000 mAh battery, which seems too little for a 4G phone.
ZTE’s offering is better in areas like camera, which is autofocus, and a slightly faster processor.
Lenovo A2010 will work on both the 4G bands, Band 3 (1800 MHz) and Band 40 (2300 MHz) will come in two colors – black and white. It will have Android Lollipop 5.1 pre-installed. It will be exclusive to Flipkart and needs pre-registration in order to buy the phone. It will go on sale on September 3.