Chinese company Lenovo is said to have shipped more smartphones in Q3 than Nokia, which is not an easy task especially for a handset maker that sells most of its products only in China.
Nevertheless, it appears that Lenovo plans to launch another Android smartphone in the Mainland, aimed at consumers who prefer high-capacity batteries.
Although all Android users want their devices to last longer and longer with only one charge, most handset manufacturers aren’t able to meet these demands.
Even though Samsung included a 3100 mAh battery inside the Galaxy Note II and Motorola packed an even better 3300 mAh battery within RAZR MAXX smartphone, the autonomy of both devices is still far from what the manufacturers claim.
Well, Lenovo thinks it has the answer to longer autonomy for its Android devices. In this regard, GizChina reports the Chinese company will soon launch a smartphone powered by a high-capacity 3500 mAh Li-Ion battery.
Dubbed Lenovo P770, the smartphone has been confirmed to run Android 4.1 Jelly Bean platform, though we’re not yet sure whether it will come with this version out of the box or it will receive it soon after launch as an update.
Furthermore, the device is said to come equipped with a 1.2 GHz dual core MediaTek MT6577 processor and 1GB of RAM.
In addition, Lenovo P770 sports a 4.5-inch qHD capacitive touchscreen display that supports 540 x 960 pixels resolution.
On the back, the handset will pack an enhanced 8-megapixel photo snapper with autofocus, LED flash and HD video recording.
There’s more to it, as rumors claim Lenovo plans to launch another version of P770 with a much better 4160 mAh Li-Ion battery, though these have yet to be confirmed.
The bad news is that Lenovo P770 is likely to be exclusive to China, so Android enthusiasts in other regions won’t be able to grab this one.