|Price incl. VAT||£86.21 £80.90|
|Price excl. VAT||£67.42|
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Available smartphone Lenovo A2010 offers a lot of bang for little money. For the first time in this price range adds support for the fastest LTE networks, seamless surfing the Internet or downloading data from the cloud at high speed is not a problem.
Android 5.0 Lollipop
130.5 x 66.6 x 10 mm
memory card slot
The affordable smartphone Lenovo A2010 offers good value for money. The A2010 has the honour of being the first smartphone in this price range to support for the fastest LTE networks, allowing you to surf the internet or download data from the cloud at high speeds and completely seamlessly. A 4.5" screen has excellent viewing angles and is well suited for playing games and watching videos. The elegant, understated appearance of the phone and its rounded shape make it visually attractive and comfortable to hold.
For smooth, responsive system performance that won't break the bank, the A2010 is superb. Boasting a quad-core MediaTek processor and the Android Lollipop operating system, it has the power to play music & video, run apps & games, and more — all without skipping a beat. The high efficiency of the system also ensures impressively long battery life. As a result, you can rest assured that you will spend more time using your smartphone than charging it.
The 5-megapixel camera lets you capture virtually any snapshot in sharp detail. The Lenovo devices also come equipped with an interesting app package called DOit, which lets you share files wirelessly without network charges or a WiFi connection, speeds up your phone and protects it from viruses, or allows you to easily back up and restore contacts, SMS messages, and call logs.
Dual SIM phones are popular among a wide range of users. By accommodating two SIM cards in a single device, you can save both money and pocket space.
Lenovo is the world's largest computer maker, founded in 1984. Its original name was Legend. Later it was renamed to Legend Novo ("New Legend"), abbreviated Lenovo. In 2005 it took over IBM's computer division, which was among the largest computer makers in the world. It is similarly ambitious in the field of mobile phones, where it would like to surpass Apple and Samsung. As far as this goal goes, they acquired Motorola’s mobile division in January 2014 and have been ramping up production since.
The company also produces tablets, monitors, televisions, and storage solutions. Overall, they are known for delivering quality products at reasonable prices.
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