Lenovo is one such brand that doesn’t want to leave any price bracket in the smartphone market, whether that is the flagship range, or the entry level. And the lowest priced device isn’t a feature phone but instead, an Android one. It is the Lenovo A1900, the latest one from the Chinese smartphone manufacturer, priced at just $60 and having some entry level specs. The good thing is, you are seeing this from a brand that is well known for decent devices and recently for rather more value-for-money products.
The A1900 comes with a 4-inch WVGA display (480 x 800 pixels) and the internal specs of the device include Spreadtrum SC7730 chipset, a quad-core one clocking at 1.2 GHz, along with Mali 400 GPU and 512 MB of RAM. While the phone has 4GB of internal storage, there is a MicroSD card slot for storage expansion.
On the connectivity front, the Lenovo A1900 supports 2100 MHz 3G, triple band 2G, Wi-Fi and 3G. There is FM radio pre-installed and supported. The phone has a 1500 mAh battery packed in, which although won’t be great enough, the capacity should not be bad for the specs included in the A1900. On the back, the phone has a 2MP camera.
The Lenovo A1900 isn’t a smartphone everyone, but for those who are very conscious about the budget, and are okay to go with a cheaper device to start off the smartphone journey, with little social network usage. Too much to ask for more than this, with what you are paying for it. There’s that pricing only for China and it is unlikely that the A1900 will get to the other market outside China.