Chinese tech giant Lenovo has just unveiled a new entry-level smartphone; we welcome the Lenovo A7.
Lenovo A7 presented with UNISOC SC9863A and dual cameras
The smartphone arrives with a fairly anonymous design, with a plastic back cover and in black and blue colors. Also on the back we also find a fingerprint sensor, which for a smartphone in this range is not always a certainty.
The device adopts a 6,09-inch diagonal display and HD + resolution (unless surprises). On the display we then have a drop notch in which a 5MP camera is hidden to take selfies. While the rear cameras include a 13MP main camera coupled with a 2MP sensor to capture depth of field data.
Turning to internal hardware, the Lenovo A7 is powered by a UNISOC processor, the SC9863A. An octa core CPU clocked in the primary cluster of 1,6Ghz and 1,2Ghz for the secondary.
As for autonomy, the new entry-level has been equipped with a 4000mAh battery which according to UNISOC should bring at least 416 hours in standby mode.
Finally, Lenovo has not revealed the official price of Lenovo A7 but we expect it to cost less than 100 euros.