Lenovo A750 MediaTek powered smartphone hands-on impressions
TweetHere, we’ve dropped you some another on-the-go-juice from Lenovo. Yes folks, we now have Lenovo’s A750 easily retailing on our shelves – the first MediaTek powered smartphone we’ve seen from Lenovo. The beastly 4.0 inch 480 x 800, capacitive multitouch handset that Lenovo had on-hand is promising highly modified Google’s gingerbread OS, and just as the interface may at this point seem familiar, its overall app experience isn’t any different from what you’re accustomed to. As of Lenovo’s A750 official spec list comes powered with a dual core 1GHz MediaTek 6575 ARM Cortex-A9 processor, Android 2.3, a TFT-LCD/ capacitive touch screen and a 5.0 auto focus megapixel camera with a maximum sensitivity of 2560×1920.
Currently, the smartphone is compatible with WCDMA HSPA+ and supports GSM service all over the world including 3G networks – no confirmation of LTE on this version as of yet, which appears logical bearing in mind the 4G network is a little tricky to be realized in Lenovo’s native China. Naturally, the A750 also house 802.11 b/g/n Wi-Fi hotspot support, Bluetooth with EDR & A2DP and GPS connectivity. We’ll be highlighting more on what’s certainly the hottest device of the evening in the near future, but in the meantime jump push on Merimobile’s source link below for an early take at Lenovo’s A750 first MediaTek powered smartphone.
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