Lenovo S930, S650, A859 Review

Next to the top of the range Vibe Z, the Chinese company has also introduced smartphones Lenovo S930 and S650, particularly suitable for multimedia use, and Lenovo A859, an all-round who knows how to mix a winning specifications, workmanship and price.

Lenovo S930, S650, A859 Review

With the Z-Vibe Lenovo , the Chinese giant has anticipated the presentation of three other smartphones that will be at CES in Las Vegas next week. Next to the top of the range, then, Lenovo has introduced the new mid-range terminals Lenovo S930 and S650 , optimized for multimedia use, and the entry-level model suitable for a little ‘to all usage scenarios, Lenovo A859.

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We start from the first, the Lenovo S930, a smartphone outwardly similar to the Z-Vibe for design and construction of the body, but with a thickness of 8.7 mm and display from well 6 inches with HD resolution. Inside we find a MediaTek SoC with quad core processor , while, in order to highlight the attitude of multimedia content, Lenovo has also adopted two speakers and a sound system with technology support Dolby Digital Plus . The Lenovo S930, which will cost 319 dollars , it is also equipped with dual SIM slots , rear camera 8 megapixels and operating system Google Android 4.2 Jelly Bean with the control system via gesture.

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Smaller and cheaper, but substantially equivalent, it is instead the Lenovo S650 , which is distinguished by his older brother for the screen diagonal, amounting to 4.7 inches , and the lower resolution 960 x 540 pixels, which allowed for lower price up to $ 229 . The other features they should be identical.

Closes the trio the economic Lenovo A859 , which will cost $ 219 , a smartphone equipped with a screen 5 inches with HD resolution and 9.2 mm thick shell, which is also equipped with a Mediatek MT6582 SoC , rear camera 8 megapixel , slots for dual SIM and OS Android 4.2 Jelly Bean . As explained for the Lenovo Z-Vibe, there is no marketing of these models outside of the Russian market and Asia, at least for the moment.

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