Lenovo has geared up its inventory of smartphones that lies under sub-INR 10K category. With already a cheapest 4G LTE enabled smartphone (A6000) present in the same range, Lenovo decided to be more aggressive about its competition in India. And here we are with A7000, only just about a couple of months later. The new device was first unveiled at MWC Expo in Barcelona and has already seen its first flash sale in India. Was upgrading A6000 so soon was a good choice? Does A7000 live up to the hype of a great mid-ranger? We answer all these questions in our review below.
The device sports a plastic body and feels very light to hold, though, it is not flimsy at all. Meaning you don’t have to worry about leaving fingerprint marks or any smudge on it. The large display size allows the device to be slimmer than its predecessor while the flat profile on edges and rear sides makes it feel comfortable in hands.
Our review unit is black, though, we liked the white color on this device that gave it a more attractive look. On the right edge, you’ll find the volume rocker keys and a power button that are pretty comfortable to use considering the chrome touch.…
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