Lenovo A7020 K5 Note

OS: v5.1 (Lollipop) Processor: Mediatek MT6752 Octa-core 1.7 GHz RAM: 3GB Storage: 32GB Expandable Storage: up to 128GB Screen: 5.5 Inch FHD (1080 x 1920) Main Camera: 13MP /Dual LED flash Front Camera: 8MP Battery: 3500mAh Thickness: 8mm/ Weight: 150g Dual SIM /LTE Features: Metal Body – Fingerprint Sensor

Watch: Lenovo A7020 K5 Note

BrandLenovo Operating SystemAndroid Display Resolution1922x1080 Storage Capacity32 GB CPU Speed1.7 GHz RAM Memory3 GB Front Camera8 MP Product weight150g TypeSmartphone CPUOcta Core Model NumberA7020 Multi SIM Card Battery Capacity in mAh3500 mAh Item EAN2724331755559 Image quality Megapixel13 MP Display Screen Size5.1 to 6 Inch Connectivity 4G LTEYes Color ColorSilver


Review: Lenovo A7020 K5 Note Dual Sim

Lenovo is already a well know producer of technology, and you’re likely familiar with the brand in the laptop world. Thing is, it doesn’t just deal in computers and in Asian markets it has a bustling smartphone business.lenovo-a7020-k5-note-dual-sim

The Lenovo K5 is a rebadged Vibe K5 Plus from Lenovo’s Eastern activities and boasts a 5-inch display, octa-core processor, 2GB of RAM, 16GB of internal space, 13MP rear camera, 5MP front camera, 2,750mah removable battery and Dolby Atmos speakers.

Lenovo finds itself in a tricky position. Sure the K5 is a decent budget handset, but it’s not a brand name people in the UK associate with mobiles. It’s likely to be overlooked as people’s eyes land on more familiar territory. Motorola and Samsung are safer bets.

That said, the K5 does offer more premium design than many of its peers, and if you can get over Lenovo’s interface then you may well enjoy this low cost option.

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Review: Lenovo A7000 Plus

The Lenovo A7000 Plus boasts of a large, Full HD 401ppi IPS screen, which allows users to lenovo-phoneview videos in two million pixels from all angles. Couple this amazing display screen with Dolby AtmosTM surround-sound and users can enjoy a fuller audio-visual experience wherever they are.

Built with a powerful 64-bit 1.7GHz Octa-Core processor, the Lenovo A7000 Plus gives smooth and lightning-fast response with the Android 5.0 Lollipop. The impressive combination of its processor and 2GB RAM enables even the most demanding and graphic-intensive 3D games and apps to smoothly on this smartphone.

The A7000 Plus comes with a delightful combination of front and rear cameras. The 13MP rear camera has a smart dual-LED flash that allows for more lighting possibilities, while the 5MP front camera comes with its own beautification feature to make selfies more stunning.
This smartphone also boasts of 16GB internal storage, which could easily be expanded up to 32GB with a MicroSD card. This means that users can fill up the A7000 Plus with any apps, music, movies, pictures, videos, and TV shows they like. Plus, the Lenovo A7000 Plus packs a long-lasting 2900mAh battery for reliable power that doesn’t need constant charging.

With a wide array of features, a sleek unibody design, and an inimitable mobile entertainment experience, the Lenovo A7000 Plus is a well-rounded smartphone that delivers impressive performance without breaking the bank.

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Review: Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge Plus

The Galaxy S6 Edge+ features a 5.7-inch Super AMOLED display with a Quad HDs6_edge_gold_1 resolution, resulting in a pixel density of 518 ppi. Samsung somehow always manages to outdo themselves every year when it comes to display tech, and so it is no surprise that this display is absolutely fantastic. Everything we love about AMOLED screens returns here, including vibrant, saturated colors, great viewing angles, inky dark blacks, and good brightness for easy outdoor visibility.

So there you have it for this in-depth look at the Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge+! As was the case with its smaller sibling, you will have to decide whether the dual curved edges is worth the premium that is required when compared to other flagships. If you loved everything about the Galaxy S6 Edge, but wished it has a larger screen and expected better battery life, the Galaxy S6 Edge+ is the answer. The value here is in the beautiful hardware, but not so much in the software, and if you are perfectly alright with that, then the Galaxy S6 Edge+ will definitely be worth your hard earned money.

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Watch: Sony Xperia Z1 C6903 Purple

This is my review of the Sony Xperia Z1 after having used it for two weeks as my daily driver. It came at a time when the flagships from LG and Samsung were both hitting so I had a good chance to really compare what I liked and didn’t like. The Z1 is a huge step in the right direction after such an underwhelming showing with the Xperia Z.