Lenovo has just presented without any kind of prior notice a new low-end device for its catalog. His name is Lenovo A5 and it supposes a device in which stands out the RAM and the autonomy, in addition to a screen adapted to the last tendencies of design.
If there is something that strikes us in this device is that it could be a pure middle range to improve the processor used, but Lenovo has preferred that the device is somewhat more complete in other sections.
The Lenovo A5 aims to be an attractive terminal for those buyers who are looking for an economical device and yet have a chassis with reduced edges. That’s why in it we found a panel of 5.45 inches with a resolution HD + of 1440 by 720 pixels that stays in a contained measures of 146.20 x 70.86 x 9.80 mm.
Being a low-end device, the rear of the device is made in polycarbonate , although the design is very clean, because in the back of the photographic sensor is located on the top left and the rest of it only contains one circular fingerprint reader located in central position.
As we said at the beginning, the Lenovo A5 comes just a bit of power, but will serve without problems for a basic use of the device. The chosen SoC is a MediaTek MT6739 four cores at 1.5 GHz, although curiously it comes with a fairly decent amount of RAM 3 GB of type LPDDR3.
He storage yes that is something scarce, since we will have to settle for 16 GB , although it can be extended by microSD with up to 256 GB extra.
With regard to the Photography, we have a primary camera of 1 3 megapixels in the back with single-tone flash and a 8 megapixel front s for selfies that does not include flash. According to Lenovo we have a panoramic format and countdown, although it is not that these are revolutionary characteristics at this point.
Yes, it highlights the battery of the device, that with a total of 4000 mAh is able to offer a couple of days of average use and that according to Lenovo, will offer 4.5 hours of play, 10 days on standby and about 7.5 hours of video playback. Despite this battery, the weight of the Lenovo A5 remains in a restrained 160 grams , so that we will not be heavy in the hand.
The connectivity of the device stays right, with the possibility of installing two Nano-SIMs both compatible with 4G, Wi-Fi (a / b / g / n), GPS and Bluetooth 4.2. The sensors present are the right ones, since we only have the proximity sensor, accelerometer and ambient light, but at least we have a headphone jack .
The Lenovo A5 has been presented under the current Computex of Taiwan that is being held these days with the Lenovo Z5 and the price of change will vary between 80 and the 100 euros , although Lenovo has not yet confirmed its distribution internationally.