Lenovo A7 with 4000mAh battery launched: Everything you need to know

Lenovo A7

Lenovo has been consistently launching new smartphones with trending features and specifications. The company has added Lenovo A7 to its kitty in Blue and Black color variants. The addition of dual rear cameras with AI-specific features provides an awesome working experience. Going by the specs, the handset will be tagged as budget-friendly. The inclusion of waterdrop notch display will provide an enhanced screen real estate.

Lenovo A7 Specifications

The Lenovo A7 flaunts a 6.09-inch display with HD+ (1560×720) waterdrop notch display and 320PPI pixel density. Under the hood, the Lenovo A7 offers an SC9863A chipset coupled with PowerVR IMG8322 graphics processor. The 2GB RAM is flavored with Android 9 Pie operating platform. You should note that 2GB RAM is pretty basic for a smartphone. Nowadays, companies are shipping devices with 4GB RAM or more.

On the rear, the Lenovo A7 offers a dual camera placed vertically comprising of 13MP Primary and 2MP secondary camera sensors respectively. The selfie camera offers a paltry 5MP camera, which is very low for a Lenovo smartphone. However, the handset will be useful for senior citizens who don’t make use of selfies but strictly not for youths. The LED Flash and AI scene recognition add beauty to the device.

Removable Battery

The main highlight of the Lenovo A7 is the integration of a 4000mAh user-removable battery. In case the battery goes out of power, you can easily purchase a compatible battery. The company claims that the smartphone delivers 416 hours of standby time. In addition to all standard connectivity features, the A7 model launched by Lenovo also ships with a fingerprint sensor.

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Lenovo A7 Pricing

We don’t have any information about the approximate cost of the phone. lenovo will probably announce the cost when the device will be up for sale after the end of the lockdown period in several countries because of COVID-19.

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