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Lenovo A7600-M leaks, said to retail for less than Php7.5K




After the release of the Meizu M1 Note and the impending arrival of the Alcatel Flash Plus, the bang-for-the-buck midrange smartphone division is getting more competition this year as Lenovo gears up its own affordable device reportedly named as the A7600-M.

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Housed in a plastic body with metal trims on the sides, the A7600-M packs beefy internals and is touted to be as affordable as the two other devices mentioned earlier.

Lenovo A7600-M specs (rumored):
5.5-inch IPS display, 1280×720, 267ppi
1.7Ghz Octa-Core MediaTek MT6752, 64-bit
2GB RAM
8GB internal storage
expandable via microSD
13MP rear AF camera with LED Flash
5MP front camera
Dual-SIM, Dual-Standby
4G LTE, 3G HSPA+
WiFi
Bluetooth
GPS
Android 5.0 Lollipop with Lenovo Vibe UI 2.5
3,000 mAh battery
152.4 x 76 x 8.39mm, 150g

The price for the new budget Lenovo smartphone is touted to be less than 1000 Yuan or Php7,250 when directly converted.

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13 Responses

  1. Freeje says:

    2GB RAM but 8GB internal storage? Pass!

  2. Omar says:

    Wow! Ibebenta ko na tong Lenovo A536 ko para makabili ako nyan. Kung sana totoong 7,250 lang price nyan dito pagdating sa Pilipinas.

  3. NotaSheep says:

    Meizu M1 vs Lenovo A7600

    Meizu M1

    1# Full HD
    2# 16gb internal storage
    3# Confirmed update to 5.1 lollipop this June.
    4# Trust worthy specs (since they give DETAILS about it, least i know what i’m buying)

    Lenovo A7600

    1# Expandable storage
    2# Looks a lot better
    3# Locally available in the country

    I’d still pick the Meizu M1, based on Lenovo’s reputation, they probably sell this for 8999-9990 pesos like their other “Budget” smartphone that i skipped last year and also because they have TOO MANY variation i’m skeptical about their software updates.

    • Chris says:

      Just to share, I had a Lenovo P780 (4000mah battery, awesome). Their build quality is pretty good naman,and it DOES get software updates, but I must say that the UI is hideous =)) One of its biggest drawbacks definitely. The P780 got a Kitkat update but the UI is so ugly, it looks like Gingerbread. And the UI really slows down things.

    • james says:

      Sure, the M1 Note is a lot better. But the problem with it is the availability. Novo7Tech can’t provide a steady supply of their products. The same goes with Xiaomi here in the Philippines. Even if their product is “better”, it’s nowhere to be found.

    • lenovo is a quality build phone. yung a706 ko may 20x na sigurong nabagsak ng baby ko, buo pa rin. yun nga lang after a few months na mabili mo wala na rin updates. di ka rin makaka-install ng malalaking games kahit kaya nman ng specs.

  4. dzandueta says:

    Pardon the seeming silly question, but…is it true that octa-core phones are generally “hotter” than maybe quad-core phones? I somewhat wonder if that’s the case even with a 64-bit octa-core phone such as this one.

    • NotaSheep says:

      it depends entirely up to both the chip manufacturer on how they design the chip and the phone manufacturer on how they design the phone to take the heat out.

      octacores are meant spread the work load so that each core produce less heat, quadcores have to work harder so they generally make more heat, but sadly that is just one factor and may or may not be true in some cases.

    • dzandueta says:

      Much appreciated still, NotaSheep.

  5. jaja says:

    How about alcatel flash plus vs. this?
    Which is better?

  6. jafar says:

    kamukha ng cherry titan.

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