Lenovo A2010 Has 4G LTE For Just $80 And That’s All About It

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. 

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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.