Lenovo launches A2010, the cheapest 4G Android phone in India for Rs.4990

Lenovo A2010 – the cheapest 4G phone launched in India
Like other Chinese manufacturers, Lenovo is busy these days launching new Android phones in Indian market. After launching K3 Note (the cheapest full HD screen phone in India) last month, they have come up with the cheapest 4G phone, the Lenovo A2010, this time. It will go on sale at Flipkart online store starting September 3 – registration are on for the first flash sale. Lenovo A2010 will directly compete against InFocus M2 (4G variant) which is already available in India. Here is a summary of its specifications –

Lenovo A2010

1 GHz Quad-core, 64-bit MediaTek CPU (MT6735M), Mali T-720 GPU
8 GB internal memory (expandable upto 32GB)
4.5 inches, 854 x 480 pixels (216 ppi) resolution, TN (Twisted Nematic) display
5 Megapixels main (rear) camera with LED flash, 2MP front camera
Android 5.1 Lollipop
Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, GPS, dual-SIM (GSM + LTE)
Li-Po 2000mAh battery
Price – Rs.4990 ($75 approx.)
Cons – Low-res, ordinary screen, bulky (9.9 mm thick)

So do not expect anything spectacular from A2010 apart from a 4G radio. Unfortunately 4G services have just entered India and only few big cities have 4G connectivity right now. So this phone is not a very good option for most Indians considering the fact that there are many better phones are available at same and slightly higher price point. We do not recommend it just for the sake of 4G. Think about it, how it would feel having a high-speed internet connection in a cheap phone with below-par specifications. Better go for InFocus M2 4G which will cost you Rs.500 more but has better specs (HD display, 8MP front and rear camera and flash).

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