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Lenovo P780 Review

Lenovo has introduces its phablet phone the Lenovo P780.  Lenovo P780 has a smartphone and very responsive handset.

Lenovo P780Display

The Lenovo P780 has a 5-inch IPS LCD display with a resolution of 720 x 1280 pixels and a pixel solidity of 294 ppi. A description on the handset is together clear and sharp and colours really do pop on its screen. On the flip side yet, watching angles on the handset are not the best and the screen is quite weighty.


Lenovo P780 has powered by quad-core processor and the 1 GB RAM that power the P780 do completely a good job. The phone runs smoothly, working on apps and tasks efficiently and quickly. 

There are the special pauses, particularly in high-end apps, but the glitches are positively not of the mind numbing, slow variety. On a day-to-day basis, the phone works just fine.

OS and UI

It has Android 4.2.1 Jelly Bean operating system, the Lenovo P780 derives with a host of Lenovo's own add-ons including the very functional power management app that advances the phone's battery life. The app works well and does in fact increase battery life whereas the Android platform performs effortlessly on the handset as well.

The lock screen mechanism in an aware fashion too, however we would have preferred it if Lenovo had put more thought into the phone's statement bar. The absence of the quick toggle shortcuts is quite inopportune.
Its Media players like Music and are very like the ones on Android's own construct and for people used to the operating system, rather easy to use.


Its black plastic, chrome and brushed metal body provide the Lenovo P780 a robust, best feel which itself is a success, given that Lenovo's handset is not a top end contribution. Positively, the phone is weighty at 176g but its extra circumference doesn't seem too bad, in fact loaning it a sturdy feel. Its marginally bowed sides and edges make the phone comfortable to grip in the hand and carry around.
The phone's display is large sufficient, but we would have favorite it if it had thinner top and bottom bezels; that would have added a style of compactness to the handset. The device is then clean and neat looking, with the side volume rocker and the top power switch being the only bodily buttons on it. Below the screen are suitable capacitive home, back and surroundings switches.


It has a very effective 8-megapixel Camera.  Colours on the images are definitely gorgeous, but on the flip side, the noise levels are also high. Those who are very grave about their mobile photography will find that the active range of the handset is truly not that dynamic and fine detailing on the images is not the most enhanced.


Its has large 4000 mAh battery, the phone lasts around 16 hours of heavy usage on a single charge. Incredibly, medium and light usage easily lets it go for 3 days without needing a charge top up.

Main Specifications

  • Height  –  143mm       
  • Width   – 73mm       
  • Thickness   – 10mm       
  • Weight   – 176g       
  • Size  –  5-inch IPS LCD       
  • Resolution  –  1280 X 720 pixels, 294ppi pixel density       
  • Colours  –  16M       
  • Battery capacity  –  4000 mAh       
  • Standby  –  Up to 840h       
  • Talktime   – Up to 43h (2G) and up to 25h (3G)       
  • OS  –  Android 4.2 Jelly Bean       
  • Processor  –  Quad-core 1.2 GHz       
  • RAM   – 1 GB       
  • Camera resolution  –  8-megapixels, 3264 x 2448 pixels       
  • Storage – Built-in 4/8GB, support for external memory expansion by 32 GB  
  • Price – INR 17450  

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