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Lenovo P780

Mobile phones have come a long with premium specs to go along with. But with such under the hood prowess, most mobile phone companies overlook the battery life of their devices.

There are some companies, however, that take a closer look at the battery and they make batteries that should last more than a couple of days. One such mobile phone company is Lenovo.

As you’ve probably guessed, Lenovo also makes mobile phones as well as laptops and computers.

In this article, we will talk about the Lenovo P780. It is a budget mobile phone with really good specs and a premium and stylish look.

The design of the Lenovo P780 is pretty good as it sports a brushed metallic frame. This is actually quite rare in the market today because even the most prominent mobile phone companies use plastics in their phones.

On the top of the device lies the power button, the microSD slot, and the 3.5mm headphone jack. The microSD slot is covered by a plastic piece which should protect it from dust. Do not, in any way, try to wet the phone as it is not waterproof.

As for the display, the Lenovo P780 has a 5-inch IPS Display with a resolution of 1280×720 and a pixel density of 294ppi. It is not as high-definition as other displays on the market, but it can pretty much do the job for viewing media content on this mobile phone.

Under the hood, you will find a rather mid-range set of specs. The Lenovo P780 mobile phone comes with a MediaTek MT6589 quad-core processor with clock speeds of 1.2GHz. It is also coupled with 1GB of RAM and it has the PowerVR SGX544.

Even though the processor and the GPU are not well-known, they are pretty efficient when it comes to performance. Lag seems to be non-existent but it is held back by having only 1GB of RAM. Still, if you do not use up so many apps at a time, you will be fine.

The Lenovo P780 also comes with the Android 4.4.2 KitKat. I don’t see this mobile phone getting any higher than Android Kitkat because of the mid-range specs, but Android Kitkat is still quite a good operating system.

The Lenovo P780’s camera is also quite good for the price. It comes with an 8-megapixel rear camera with Autofocus technology and an LED flash. It does take pretty good photos but it does suffer from low-light conditions.

Still, the camera is pretty good considering the 10+ megapixel cameras that mobile phones have nowadays.

With these mid-range specs, you’re probably thinking this isn’t worth your money. But, don’t fret as the main feature of the Lenovo P780 mobile phone is its battery life. You see, most mobile phones today do not last a day of regular use. That is a bummer because then, you have to reach for a charger and charge your device.

But, the Lenovo P780 comes with a whopping 4,000 MaH battery that can last up to 48 hours of usage! Not even flagship mobile phones from different companies can top that.

So in conclusion, the Lenovo P780 has pretty okay specs. But, if you’re looking for a mobile phone that can last more than a day, then definitely consider getting the Lenovo P780 mobile phone.