Chinese technology manufacturer Lenovo brought the new entry-level phone A7 to consumers. Powered by an 8-core Unisoc SC9863A processor, the phone has a removable battery.
Chinese technology manufacturer Lenovo is one of the companies that stands out with its tablets and laptops. Nevertheless, Lenovo occasionally faces consumers with various smart phone models, and the company has now announced the new entry-level phone A7 .
We can say that the Lenovo A7 is not an exciting phone. However, this phone has an important feature. Lenovo A7 has a removable battery in a way we are not used to seeing recently. As technology enthusiasts know, the batteries were literally included in the phones a few years ago, and the ability to remove and replace them has disappeared.
Introducing Lenovo A7
According to the statements made by Lenovo, the A7 has a 6.09 inch screen. The resolution of this screen is currently unknown. The notch on the screen has a 5 MP camera. On the back of the phone, there is a 12 MP and 2 MP resolution camera setup. This camera setup can easily detect 12 different scenes with its artificial intelligence support.
The phone is powered by an 8-core Unisoc SC9863A processor. This processor has 1.6 GHz base frequency speed. However, features such as RAM and storage that accompany this processor, unfortunately, remain unknown. Lenovo's new entry-level phone has a 4,000 mAh battery, and the company says this battery offers up to 416 hours of standby time.
Lenovo A7 specifications
Screen: 6.09 inch, LCD
Processor: Unisoc SC9863A
Storage Space: Unknown
Rear Camera: 12 MP + 2 MP
Front Camera: 5 MP
Battery: 4,000 mAh