Lenovo’s low- to mid-budget range in China, P70t, is an incredible phone with a massive 4000 mAh battery, 5.0″ HD display, 1GB of RAM, 8GB internal storage and MTK6732 quad-core processor, all for the price of just around 1,399 yuan (around $220). Now, P70t has got even better, as some additional bucks, its superior model will get you a better octa-core processor, 64-bit MTK6752 chip, coupled with RAM cranked to 2GB and larger 16GB storage. Cost? 1,599 yuan ($257 approx).
Other P70t specs include 13MP camera at the back along with one with 5MP in the front. Lenovo P70t is a dual-SIM device and supports 4G too. Though, it doesn’t run latest Android version available in Lollipop, and still does its trade with Android 4.4, KitKat, aided by Lenovo’s custom skin, VibeUI 2.0.
Even though packed with gigantic 4000 mAh battery, octa-core processor and cool 2GB RAM, Lenovo P70t still measures 8.9mm of thickness, which is nice. To put thing sunder context, the Xiaomi Redmi Note 4G (review here) is 9.35mm thick even though it’s loaded with 3100 mAh battery, which too won hearts of many people. There’s an OTG support too to make Lenovo P70t more feature rich, and it’s even capable of charging a USB device with same.
The standby time of Lenovo P70t is one of the best ever, as it can lasts 40 days 15mins on a single charge before it runs out of juice completely. That’s what 4000 mAh battery can get you.
We really hope the Lenovo P70t also makes it out of China in time, as it’s one deserving alternative to the likes of Xiaomi Redmi Note 4G and Micromax Yu Yureka (whose second flash sale at Amazon in India begins on January 22).
And by the way, right now, the old P70t with 8GB storage and 1GB RAM is on SALE, and thus is available for just 1,199 yuan ($190 approx). Sweet deal!