Lenovo P70t Powered by 4000 mAH Battery Launching in January

Looking for a solution for your smartphone’s battery woes? Well Lenovo’s P70t seems to be a perfect answer for that. P70t is powered by a 4000 mAH changeable battery which as the company claims can last up to 46 days. Whoa that’s some power the battery is packing. Who doesn’t want their smartphones battery to last for more than a day.

Lenovo with its smartphones is focusing on improving one key element that is the battery life. Just like its other smartphones like Lenovo P700 and S860, each better than its predecessor in battery time, P70t in that prescriptive is definitely following suit. Not only is it equipped with a powerful battery but P70t comes with a power saving technology which will close all background applications once you lock the smartphone, saving more battery life. It is a spiffy device aimed at the business sector, for people who want to take advantage of the smartphones multi-functionality without going to the hassle of charging their devices after a couple of hours. This feature would definitely play a key part in the smartphones sale.

Let’s talk about the other specs of this power-house. Lenovo P70t is equipped with a 64-bit quad-core LTE processor by MediaTek (MTK MT6732), 1 GB RAM and 8 GB of internal memory, which can extend up to 32 GB. It sports a 5 inch 720 x 1280 OGS (One Glass Solution) display. The smartphone comes with a dual-sim capability and has a 13MP rear and 5MP front camera. P70t will be available in 2 colors: white and black.

All in all it’s a good smartphone. What will work in Lenovo’s advantage is the powerful battery and the power saving technology it comes with and added to that, if economically priced would work as a cherry on top for the sales. The smartphone is expected to be launched in January. We will keep you updated on any latest developments related to its launch or when it is popping in a market near you.


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Source: GizomChina

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