Despite the many technical refinements, most smartphones have a flaw: the battery of many devices is weak and lets the user already after a few hours of intensive use in the lurch. With the P70, Lenovo introduces now a Smartphone with staying power: the mid-range Smartphone that has a battery proud 4,000 mah (mah) the energy storage holds according to the manufacturer up to 34 days (stand-by) long at the piece through.
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This is the Lenovo P70 against current top models such as the Apple iphone 6, Samsung Galaxy S5 and the Sony Xperia Z3. The batteries offer only a capacity between 1,810 and 3,100 mah. Only the Huawei Ascend Mate 7 and the elephone P5000 are better equipped with its 4,100 and 5,350 mah full power saving.
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Eight core of mediatek
See the Lenovo P70 can but also away from the current store: is the user in addition to the 5-inch screen with 1280 x 720 pixels, resolves a processor with eight computing cores (1.7 ghz) available, so. In the latter case the Chinese manufacturer opts for the 64-bit capable mediatek chip MT6752, a 2 gigabyte (GB) large memory support. The internal memory is 16 GB and via microsd memory card can be more 32 GB expand.
LTE on board
Also Bluetooth 4.0, GPS, Wi-Fi n, LTE of category 4 includes additional features of the Lenovo P70 alongside a second SIM card slot. Thus, the Smartphone theoretically achieved transfer rates of up to 150 (raw) and 50 megabits per second (upstream). The main camera comes to 13 megapixels (MP), the front-facing camera 5 MP. Lenovo uses 4.4 kitkat in the operating system Android. Whether the company plans an update on Android 5.0 lollipop is unknown.
Price and availability
The 14, 2 x 7, 2 x 0, 9 centimeters and 149 grams heavy Lenovo P70 is available according to the Internet site CNMO now in China for 1,399 Chinese Yuan (equivalent approx. 200 euros). But also the Arab branch of Lenovo’s website already lists the device. If the Lenovo P70 also officially comes to Germany, however, is unlikely. Lenovo brought so far none of its smartphones on the local market.