Lenovo releases 4.5 inches A Plus and successor to the Vibe P1
Silently but efficiently, Lenovo has made some stunning changes to the smartphones that they have in their line-up and these new offerings are nothing short of great also. They have already announced three smartphones in the K6 family so you need to be rest assured that we are not talking about these. Instead, we are referring to the launch of a Lenovo A Plus and the much leaked and widely rumoured Lenovo (Vibe) P2.
The former smartphone is embedded with specifications that would be appealing to those in the entry level and lovers of the lower mid-range bracket while the latter is an offering meant solely for the lovers of upper mid-range devices.
The A Plus has 4.5 inches’ screen and uses a MediaTek processor that has an operational frequency of 1.3GHz. With 1GB of RAM, the 8GB internal storage space is very low in this age but there is support for a micro SD card and a 2000mAh battery to boot. For camera configurations, the back is at 5MP while the front is adorned with a 2MP unit.
The Lenovo P2 on the other hand fist amazes us with its massive 5000mAh battery and with 5.5 inches, there is a coupling of 3GB of RAM to 32GB internal storage space which is also expandable. The fingerprint scanner is on the front of the smartphone and while the former would sell for £79, the latter is a much pricier version that we don’t know the price of yet.
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