Lenovo has recently been making strides with the looks of their phones. The Lenovo a789 is a big step up from the a750 in the looks department, and the great looking waterproof Lenovo a660 sport phone sets the style bar high.

Unfortunately, some of these slick looking and great featured phones carry only 512MB memory and 800*480 LCDs which makes them decidedly less interesting to power users.

The upcoming Lenovo P770 is more up to speed with 1GB RAM and a 4.5″ 960*540 LCD. The P770 is no exception in Lenovo’s current  radical styling trend with it’s silver band encircling the phone and it’s unique indented bottom.

The P770 formerly was announced to release with 3300mA, however that spec has changed and excellent news is it will sport a megantic 3500mA battery.

Also, the P770 will be coming with Android Jelly Bean 4.1 and the MTK MT6577 / MTK6577 CPU clocked at 1.2GHz as opposed to the standard 1.0. That’s a full 20% more CPU power.

On the downside, the camera has been downgraded from 8MP to 5MP. As I’ve stated many times in the best, this is of no concern for 99% of users out there. Unless you’re making huge crops or printing 11×15’s, 5MP is more than enough. For the most part I shoot at 1MP or often less for social sharing / web pictures / emailing – making it quicker both for the user reading your emails and for uploading time.

 

Update! Lenovo Changes Specs Of The P770 To 3500mAh!http://www.gizbeat.com/wp-content/uploads/2012/11/Lenovo-P770-mtk6577-mtk6588-mtk6589-mtk6599-450x477.jpghttp://www.gizbeat.com/wp-content/uploads/2012/11/Lenovo-P770-mtk6577-mtk6588-mtk6589-mtk6599-150x150.jpg Damian Parsons BrandsLenovo
Lenovo has recently been making strides with the looks of their phones. The Lenovo a789 is a big step up from the a750 in the looks department, and the great looking waterproof Lenovo a660 sport phone sets the style bar high. Unfortunately, some of these slick looking and great featured phones...
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