Lenovo unveils four new Android smartphones in India

Lenovo A850Chinese computer giant Lenovo has announced the launch of four new Android smartphones in the Indian market today. Part of the company’s A-series, the smartphones are A516, A369i, A269i and A850.

According to the company, all four handsets will be available via Lenovo Exclusive stores and other major retail stores beginning October.

Coming to the individual smartphones, Lenovo A850 features a 5.5-inch IPS display, 1.3GHz quad-core processor, 4GB of storage, and microSD card slot. The phone also packs Android 4.2,5MP rear camera, VGA front camera, 3G and the usual connectivity options. It is the most expensive phone out of the four released today and has been priced at INR 15,999.

Next, Lenovo A516 comes with 4.5-inch IPS display, 1.3GHz dual-core processor, Android 4.2, 512MB of RAM, 4GB of storage and microSD card slot. The phone also features 5MP rear camera and VGA front camera. It has been priced at INR 10,999 and offers up to 23 hours of talk-time.

Lenovo A369i comes with 1.3GHz dual-core processor, 512MB RAM, 4-inch display, microSD card slot, 4GB of storage and Android (version unknown). The phone carries a price-tag of INR 6,999.

Lastly, Lenovo A269i sports a 1GHz dual-core processor, microSD card slot, 3.5-inch HVGA display, and Android 2.3.6. It will cost just INR 5,499.

With the latest launches, Lenovo now has pretty big Android portfolio in the country. The company has also ramped up the marketing and advertising of the devices in India and it is likely to emerge as a big player in the next few quarters.


    • Why the F**** do you care let them launch, Lenovo also launched the best F******G phone in the world Lenovo K900 if your A** has that kind of money then go and buy or stick with lame samsung


      • SS, Sony, LG are NOT Chinese phones with inflated price tags. They all design their own phones and have in-house R&D.

        Chinese manufactured? Yes. Inflated price tags? Definitely. But not OEM phones.

        You’re thinking about Micromax, Karbonn, Lava, Intex, etc. when you say “OEM phones with a tag” 🙂


      • You are either a Chinese or are totally ignorant of the possibility that Chinese are trying to exert their influence on Indians to make it easier for them to spy on us.


      • Mr. K900 User, K900 is not the best phone in the world. It is just descent I can say but not the best. And more over when u a buy a phone u see the service and the product. If either of them is not available then none should go for that phone.
        Samsung/Sony/Apple are the key player in apple u can’t just igone them and stick on saying that ur Lenevo is the best.


      • You’re spot on. Service support must become a major issue & till necessary legislation is brought in, an ordinance suitably covering each & every aspect must be brought in.


  1. I purchased a
    Lenovo smart phone in April, 2013.
    Within 2 months of the purchase the mobile phone developed defect and well
    within the warranty period of 1 year. Its screen started getting blurred to
    dead black. The mobile phone was deposited at Delhi service centre (just one
    service centre in whole of Delhi NCR working strictly as per govt timings ,, 10
    to 5, mon to sat) for repair on June2013 which said that its motherboard has
    some problem and they do not have part. They have to get it from the company
    and within a week I will get my phone but now it is almost THREE months but
    they have not rectified the defect. Sometimes they say that the motherboard has
    to come from china ,blah, blah , blah…….The mobile is still lying with them and
    they are not informing anything about the status nor even responding to
    mails and it is very difficult to reach them on phone(their customer care
    line for mobiles cost Rs 2 per min(for other products it is toll free)
    something that has never been seen till date) and they are neither providing
    any time frame for return of the handset. Mails written even to MD were not
    even responded, a satisfactory reply is a distant thought


      • yes but again time , energy and money will have to be invested in going to consumer forum………also twice i had to take leave for visiting thier service centre which is just one in whole of Delhi NCR and work according to govt timings 10 to 5 mon to sat….and there are three levels of forums……..companies can easily fight but u cant……i dont know whats the problem with them changing a motherboeard is not that tough issue


  2. Lenovo is a chinese product..boycott this product and buy indian products or wait for better products from alternate companies.


  3. Seriously, I too bought Levono last month and I can tell you..the quality of the phone is pathetic…Camera sucks and it hangs every now and then, when u r playing games….Please do not buy this product…


  4. I am sure Lenovo will increase the competition in the Indian smartphone market. They have two budget phones out of these four.


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