Lenovo seems to be preparing a new budget phone with modest specs for release on China Mobile and that model has just been certified by the TENAA. The handset is pictured below and its design isn’t bad looking at all.



Dubbed Lenovo A3900, the handset comes with TD-LTE connectivity and it will be available in black, white or silver. It measures 8.95 mm in thickness, weighs 157 grams and integrates a 5 inch TFT 854 x 480 pixel display. There’s 512 MB of RAM on board, a 1.2 GHz quad core CPU inside, probably a MediaTek one, as well as 4 GB of storage.

Lenovo A3900 runs Android 4.4.3 and integrates a main 5 megapixel camera, as well as a front 2 MP shooter, plus WiFi, GPS and a microSD card slot. From what I can see it doesn’t offer 3G, which is a bit of a surprise for me. If I can speculate a price for it, I’d say around $150 or even less.




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