Lenovo Vibe C: Entry-Level Handset with Standard Attributes
Lenovo has unveiled a new smartphone that brings in just the basic set of specifications. This handset succeeds the existing Lenovo 2010 and will be sporting an affordable price tag. Lenovo’s newest gadget will soon start selling in white and black colors. Let us take a closer look at the featured specs sheet:
Lenovo Vibe C stacks in a standard 5-Inch screen offering 854x480 pixels, in terms of resolution. The FWVGA panel boasts of decent visuals and also supports multi-touch. Powering the same is a 2,300mAh battery module. In terms of OS Lenovo runs Android Lollipop v5.1 straight out of the box with the home-brewed Vibe UI, sitting on top. Dual-SIM support is available besides 3G and 4G LTE connectivity. This smartphone also flaunts Wireless compatibility in addition to the Micro-USB 2.0 port, Bluetooth v4.0 and the GPS for navigation. A 3.5mm audio jack is also on-board. Lenovo brings in a 5MP rear facing camera unit boasting of LED Flashlight support. The concerned gadget weighs 128 grams.
The 2MP selfie shooter is pretty average when it comes to clicking out selfies. Moreover, Lenovo Vibe C is extremely thick at 9.90mm.
Unique Selling Points
Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 210 chipset is a refreshing addition working in sync with a Quad-core processor. Clock speed for the featured CPU is 1.1GHz. 1GB RAM is available to the user followed by an internal storage limit of 8GB/16GB. Micro-SD support is also available with an expandable limit of up to 32GB.