Lenovo K50 and A7600 first Android Lollipop smartphones

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The Lenovo brand is dubbed as one of the fiercest and aggressive device vendor in our planet and has been hailed third-placer as one of the biggest smartphone manufacturer in the world. It has garnered quite a number of badges and is a respectable brand in the field of technology. Joining the ranks of pride are Lenovo K50 and A7600 which seems to be writing their names in history as the company’s first smartphones to be powered by Android 5.0 or Google Lollipop. These two models were first spotted in TENAA for certification purposes.

 

Lenovo-K50
Lenovo-K50

Probing the first of the two handsets is Lenovo K50 which shows off a 5.5-inch screen display with 1080×1920 pixels resolution with body dimensions of 152.6 x 76 x 7.99 mm and weighs 150 grams only.  A MediaTek chipset may be powering the model with an Octacore processor clocking in 1.7GHz, but this issue is yet to be confirmed in the near future by the manufacturer itself.  Performance is expected to be at its peak with the help of 2GB RAM and—of course—Android 5.0 OS. Additional features indicate a 5mega-pixel front-facing snapper and an incredible 13mega-pixel primary.  Files, apps and snapshots are to feel at home within a spacious 16GB ROM with a chance of expansion through microSD room.

 

Lenovo A7600, on the other hand, is just about the size of K50 in 152.4 x 76 x 8.39 mm dimensions.  It also has a 1.5GHz Octacore processor of the same chipset brand Mediatek (most probably) and 2GB RAM as K50. It sports a 5.5-inch screen display with 720 x 1280 pixels resolution.  It has the same size of cam sensor as K50, with 13MP for rear-facing shooter and 5MP selfie-friendly front cam.  However, internal storage merely enables an 8giga-byte capacity which is half only of K50’s.

Lenovo-A7600
Lenovo-A7600

 

Both handsets are expected to be unveiled alongside the much anticipated Lenovo Vibe Z3 Pro in MWC 2015, Barcelona. Since they are about to debut on March, it is safe to say that these models will be purchasable by the second quarter of this year (2015).  Still, we have to wait Lenovo’s confirmation on details for pricing, exact date of release and markets.

 

 

 

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