Lenovo A7000 Plus is a mid-ranged phablet that costs $171
Back in March we shared the news for the announcement of the mid-ranger Lenovo A7000 packed with Dolby Atmos sound tech and octa-core CPU. A few days ago Lenovo unveiled the Lenovo A7000 Plus in the Philippines. As you have probably guessed already, the phablet is an improved version of the original A7000.
It is outfitted with a 5.5-inch screen with 1080p resolution instead of 720 pixels in the older model. The A7000 Plus runs on Android Lollipop out-of-the-box. The hardware configuration of the device includes a 64-bit octa-core processor with MediaTek MTK MT6752 chip and 2GB RAM. The provided amount of storage by default is 16GB which is double more than the memory in the original handset – 8GB. It is expandable via microSD cards.
The rear primary camera of the new phablet is with 13MP resolution. The secondary sensor is with 5MP resolution. Lenovo A7000 Plus comes with a 3000mAh battery. Just like its predecessor, it boasts Dolby ATMOS & Optional Ceramic Speaker Support. It supports dual-SIM. The connectivity capabilities of the phablet include Bluetooth, GPS, 3G, Wi-Fi and 4G LTE Cat.4. Lenovo A7000 Plus will be offered in black. It costs around $171 off-contract. The pre-orders of the phablet in the Philippines begin on the 15th of September. A lot of users noticed that the smartphone borrows most (if not all) of the features of the Lenovo K3 Note that was released this summer.