[MWC] Lenovo A7000 – a lower mid-level smartphone with Dolby Atmos sound technology

Mar 2, 2015 | Mobile, News

Lenovo A7000 was announced at MWC and it appears to be the world’s first smartphone with Dolby Atmos. Apart from this distinguishable feat, the device presents a general lower mid-range constitution.

 

Lenovo A7000

 

The Dolby Atmos feature is felt better by using headphones because users will hear much clearer sounds of everything: people, places, things and music become more vivid, clearer, richer and more powerful. Noises and voices have a broader range from high to low and even the faintest will be heard. This feature makes the volume more consistent.

Apart from this interesting feature, Lenovo A7000 has a pretty good spec list too:

  • 5” HD display with ultra-wide viewing angle
  • MediaTek True 8Core processor
  • 4G LTE
  • Android 5.0
  • 7.9mm thin
  • 140g.

 

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Lenovo’s device will be available in Pearl White and Onyx Black color variants. It will also have Lenovo signature apps including DOit software: SYNCit to back up call logs, text SMS and contacts, SHAREit to share photos and files between devices, and CLONEit to transfer existing data to new phones. It is also worth mentioning it has dual SIM slots.

Lenovo A7000 will be available on all Lenovo smartphone markets starting March and it will have a price tag starting at $169.

Source: Lenovo