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The Lenovo A3900 rolls through TENAA with Midrange Specs

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We see a lot of Chinese handsets cross over to India these days, but before they go anywhere, they must first pass through TENAA. Lenovo has sent their fair share of smartphones through the certification service, and the latest one is the budget friendly Lenovo A3900.

In terms of design, the Lenovo A3900 is a bit bland and looks like any other smartphone with the exception of Lenovo and China Mobile branding. It will have capacitive buttons and certainly won’t be the skinniest midranger around at 8.95mm thick with a weight of 157 grams.

The Lenovo A3900 will sport a 5-inch panel with a resolution of 854 x 480. Under that glass, you’ll find a 1.2GHz quad-core chip, 512MB of RAM, and 4GB of expandable storage. The rear camera is listed at 5MP while the front-facing snapper comes in at 2MP. The rest of the Lenovo A3900 specs include WiFi, GPS, Bluetooth and 4G as you can see from the logo on the front and back.

As you’d expect, we’re unsure of when the Lenovo A3900 will arrive in Chine or if it will trickle out to other regions after it’s launched. The specs and 4G connectivity could make it a popular choice if priced right, so we’ll keep you in the loop on the Lenovo A3900 price and availability as soon as we hear something official.

How much do you think the Lenovo A3900 should cost?

via — GSMDome     source: TENAA

Adam

Adam is a techie, who loves new gadgets and all things Westeros. Android is his OS of choice, and Pizza is his nemesis.