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October 17, 2011

Lenovo A60 Android phone lands in the Philippines

Lenovo Mobile has just announced their very first phone (and an Android for that matter) in the country — a Gingerbread-touting, entry-level smartphone called the Lenovo A60.

This is the first time we’ve actually heard of Lenovo going into the mobile market in the Philippines.

Lenovo A60 specs:
3.5″ HVGA display @ 320×480 pixels
MT6573 ARM11 650MHz + MT6162 ARM9 400MHz
PowerVR SGX 531
256MB RAM
512MB ROM
220MB internal storage
up to 16GB via microSD
3G/HSDPA
WiFi 802.11 b/g, WiFi hotspot
Bluetooth w/ A2DP, EDR
GPS with aGPS support
3.2MP rear camera
0.3MP front-facing camera
FM radio tuner
Android 2.3.3 Gingerbread
Li-Ion 1500mAh battery

Oh wait — it’s dual-SIM too! Dual-standby, that is.

The suggested retail price is Php7,990. The specs doesn’t really inspire a lot of awe, especially that low-res screen. The specs aren’t verified so they might change as we dig for more info. Will get more details and update this once we get them.

Lenovo A60+ review

108 Responses to “Lenovo A60 Android phone lands in the Philippines”

  1. ronaldo balaoeg says:

    EUREKA GUYS!!!!!my problem about the need for speed has just been solved due to ZEAM LAUNCHER..MY LENOVO A60 is now fast…now to you guys out there who are having 2nd thoughts on buying this android phone…just read the posts here just like I did and now I really could say this phone actually works for me….

  2. reader says:

    Sir, I have read in tablet forums that the touchscreen goes crazy during charging when there is an issue with the charging cable.

    In short, during the charging your unit is effectively ‘grounded’. Not sure how it was fixed, but you may take a look at it. Your phone’s problem might be the same.

    • Jaypee
      Twitter: jpveneracion
      says:

      Hello sir, my mom’s unit is definitely grounded when charging… im going to bring it back today since it only has 1 day replacement period. I don’t know how long will the replacement unit come though…

  3. xek.
    Twitter: ronnieVScraig
    says:

    guys.meron nto sa sta lucia mall.3 ln dw.nbli q ung isa so 2 nlng ntira.ahha.ang lupit tsung.d kau mag ccc.7990 ln.daming silbi pre.advertiser po aq.at ito an gngmit q pag post.

    try niu yn launcher na spb shell.ahha npkaganda.kakaiba.

  4. An2ny says:

    I appreciate all the reviews and comments on this site, very informative.

    Although i just would like to ask if A60 does have DUAL SIM STANDBY? –
    Let’s say you are w/ smart and globe. If someone calls your smart sim, will it still received the call even if you are using globe that time???

  5. here i am again with another problem…my lenovo a60 just stopped connecting to wifi…i tried the simple fixes like turning the unit off-removing and reinserting the battery-turning the unit on…etc but to no avail…i tried turning off apps that might be killing or hindering my wifi connectivity but still no use…is there a code that can be typed that could reset the configuration of the wifi connection in our brand[lenovo] like in Samsung’s *#*#526#*#* code to reset its wifi connectivity…help please….thanks!!!

  6. cpa says:

    Hi,

    Ask ko lang, pede ba magdownload nang adobe flash player sa lenovo a60? naloloka na kasi ako sa kakadownload, hindi naman sya mainstall.. please reply.. Thanks.

  7. Emil says:

    Does anybody encounter here for A60 that even you press the power button for temporarily display off but still later on it will display on? pls help me how to resolve this.

  8. edward says:

    where can i buy this phone. i’m near greenhills.dunno kng mayroon sa vmall

  9. Jake says:

    may nakita ako rito na ang A60 ay 5400 lang sa Trinoma nitong July 188 hanggang 22.

    http://phl-tech.blogspot.com/2012/07/discounted-lenovo-mobile-phones.html

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    blogger lovers except this piece of writing is truly a nice paragraph,
    keep it up.

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