Lenovo LePhone A60 Android 2.3 Smartphone
TweetMTK (MediaTek Inc.), a fabless semiconductor company – although not known to many as a chip maker has been hitting the news lately – and guess what? The vast majority of Shanzhai handsets that you see today MTK is the very chipset provider of these handsets. MediaTek is ranked 4th in fabless companies globally and stands 2nd in the turf of RFWS mobile chipsets internationally, just behind Qualcomm. In fact, the commencing of second-gen MTK chipset, MT6573, brings a watershed for this chipset company which now majorly provides their products to major brands instead, such as ZTE and Lenovo. Today we feature the first MT6573-based smartphone of Lenovo – the Lenovo A60, customized by China Unicom. The A60 houses 3G network WCDMA as well as GSM dual bands and is now available at Merimobiles.com for only $209.99!
The cute black sleek and trendy smartphone features android 2.3 Gingerbread, a 3.5 inch HVGA capacitive touchscreen, a 650MHz MT6573 processor, 256MB of RAM and 512MB of ROM, a 3.2MP rear webcam including 0.3MP front-facing camera, Wifi, G-sensor, GPS, FM and Bluetooth. It appears rather appealing! Well, as for software, we at Merimobiles.com praise Lenovo’s spontaneous, profoundly customized Android with its enormous Chinese social networking service integration, video apps, music store, and a remarkable Chinese circling navigation suite. Fine (It’s a lovely baby), but maybe next time Lenovo will do better than a 3.2-megapixel camera. Anyway, you be the judge