Lenovo has had a string of surprises since it entry into the local market, but nothing compares to its latest offering, the Lenovo L860. The maker of entry level dual SIM Android's has released it first super phone.
The Lenovo 860 is Android (Ice Cream Sandwich) smartphone packing a 5-inch HD (1280 x 720) display. Behind the display sits 1 GB of RAM, Mali-400MP graphics and a quad core 1.4 GHz processor on a Exynos 4412 chipset. Yes, this is the same hardware in the Samsung Galaxy S III. At back is an 8MP camera with a 2 MP camera up front. The 8MP camera can shoot 1080p video. This Lenovo is targeting the likes of the Samsung's Galaxy S III, HTC's One X and LG Optimus 4X HD, and it undercuts its high end competitors with a low Php19,999 suggested retail price.
While its 8 MB of storage is less than its competition, it comes with a MicroSD card slow which would allow you to expand the phones storage capacity. It has all the usual smartphone bells and whistles, with HSPA, WiFi, GP-S and the like. Powering all this is a large 2250 mAh battery.
I still need to get feedback on the camera, and overall performance, but this mid-level priced smartphone looks very promising indeed.