Entry level smartphone with promising features
Display and configuration
The Lenovo A3900 flaunts a 5-inch IPS LCD multi-touch display with a maximum resolution of 480 x 854 pixels. With a pixel density of 196 ppi the device is believed to provide decent viewing angles justifying its price. The device weighs 157 grams and the total dimension is 142.8 x 71.8 x 8.95 mm which enhances the look and fits well within one hand.
Rendering strength to the device is the powerful octa-core 1.2 GHz Cortex-A53 processor pepped up with a 64-bit Mediatek MT6752 chipset. The device is also geared with Mali-T760 MP2 GPU to provide an average gaming performance.
The Lenovo A3900 runs Android v4.4 (Kitkat) which is upgradeable to Android 5.0 Lollipop and is coupled with the patented Vibe UI 2.0. The device further features a 512 MB RAM for amplifying the overall performance with a satisfactory multitasking.
Camera and Storage
To please the shutterbugs, the Lenovo A3900 packs in a 5-MP, Auto focus camera with LED flash and promises superior photography in low light . On the front, it sports a 2-MP front snapper that is specially suited for an enriching video call and selfie experience.
The in-built storage capacity of Lenovo A3900 is 4GB and can be further extended up to 32GB using an external microSD card.
Battery and Connectivity
The Lenovo A3900 is a Dual SIM (GSM+GSM) handset packed with a decent 2,300mAh Li-Po battery and promises a long battery life with an approximate standby time of 264 hours on 3G and a talk time upto 13 hours on 3G.
The A3900 supports 4G LTE along with other basic connectivity features i.e. 3G, GPRS, EDGE, Wi-Fi 802.11, b/g/n, Mobile Hotspot, Bluetooth, GPS and USB connectivity.
The Lenovo A3900 is undoubtedly a good buy. Features like the newly incorporated intuitive Vibe UI, a decent hardware and upgradeable to Android 5.0 Lollilop within an affordable price range keep it in the race.