Unisoc’s SC9836A chipset first featured in the Lenovo A7
The Lenovo A7 is Lenovo’s upcoming entry-level smartphone with a Unisoc chipset and removable battery.
The Lenovo A7 is the first phone to sport Unisoc’s SC9863A chipset. It features a 1.6GHz cluster, and the rest are efficient 1.2GHz cores on the 28nm process. The IMG 8322 GPU handles graphics. It supports a resolution as high as 2160 x 1080. However, the A7’s resolution is yet to be disclosed.
The Lenovo A7 sports a 6.09-inch waterdrop display and a rear-mounted fingerprint scanner. It’s equipped with a dual rear camera setup consisting of a 13MP primary and 2MP depth sensor. Sitting in the waterdrop notch is a 5MP selfie camera. A 4,000mAh removable battery powers the Lenovo A7.
Stay tuned for updates on availability and pricing.
The A7 comes with a 6.09-inch waterdrop display, 4000 mAh high-capacity removable battery with up to 416-hour standby time, a 13MP + 2MP dual rear camera and a 5MP front camera. pic.twitter.com/2tksgEDTGf
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