Lenovo A390 Review And Specs - Hy Guys, today I want to share you about the new smartphone by Lenovo. Lenovo again offers a new series that Lenovo A390. Still carrying the dual SIM capability to read and supported by the comprehensive features, how it performs?
Dimensions of the Lenovo A390 is: 125.6 x 64 x 10.1 mm (4.94 x 2:52 x 0:40 in) Weight: 131 grams. Not much different from previous models of body Lenovo, Lenovo A390 has a full touchscreen candy bar models. Almost all Lenovo A390 body casing is made of solid plastic. On the back casing, matte coated material that does not give the impression slippery when held.
At the front, you will not encounter any conventional button. There are only 3 touch sensitive keys to the settings wizard, menu and back. Meanwhile, the smartphone is not a lot of helper key tether.
At the top there power key/lock, port micrroUSB and 3.5mm audio port. On the right side of the phone there is a volume knob and a gap to open the case. While on the back, there is a hole camera, the Lenovo logo and speaker holes.
Lenovo A390 comes with a TFT capacitive touchscreen, 4 inches (480x800 pixels); (~233 ppi pixel density); multitouch. OS: Ice Cream Sandwich Android v.4.0.4.
The touch screen is owned by Lenovo A390 feels quite comfortable to use. The screen is extremely response in receiving the touch of a finger and knock. What's more, the screen has a ~ 233 ppi pixel density, so that the display screen is quite bright.
Go to the homescreen, there are 5 access to Home, call, contacts, messaging, and web. Go to page menu, you will find a row of icons with 4x5 menu grid system, to select various icons you simply shift the page by swiping the screen to the right and left.
On the lockscreen mode, you simply move the lock to the right to unlocked, while the camera just slide to the left. If you want to change the look of the home page, you simply touch the sensitive touchkey towards setting wizard, and select Preview, Preferences and Wallpaper.
Processor and Memory
CPU: MT6577; Dual Core 1GHz ARMv7 processor; GPU renderer: PowerVR SGX 531.
On sector performance, the Lenovo A390 is equipped with ARMv7 MT6577 dual core processor with a clock speed of 1GHz. To improve the graphics, mobile phone-based Android operating system Ice Cream Sandwich v4.0.4 relies PowerVR SGX531 GPU. To support the phone for maximum performance, the Lenovo A390 has 4GB of internal memory and 512 RAM, and external memory can be expanded to 32GB.
Main camera: 5 MP (2592 x 1944 pixels); Geotagging; Video; Video Player: MP4/WMV/H.264/H.263 player. In the photography sector, this phone brings the main camera that has the power of a larger camera (5MP) of the predecessor.
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Unfortunately, this phone is not equipped with a secondary camera and LED flash to sharpen absence catches image. A variety of camera settings are also included in it, such as color effects, scene modes, white balance, EV, hue, ISO, burst, and normal.
Lenovo A390 has the ability to read dual SIM. The second SIM slot is located behind the casing, and to install it you have to remove the battery first. SIM (1) network support WCDMA (3G) and SIM 2 for 2G network functioned.
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As for the use of mobile data, you can do manual settings in Settings> SIM Management> Data Connection> Select the SIM you want to use to surf> ok. Dual SIM capabilities in Lenovo A390 is a dual on, no dual stand-by.
The smartphone comes with (3G) HSDPA 2100/HSUPA; Wi-Fi 802.11 b/g/n, Wi-Fi hotspot; Bluetooth; microUSB v2.0 Browser: HTML 5.
To access the Internet, you can use the internet via fast data access option on the 3G network HSDPA/HSUPA. But for those of you who want to surf for free, remain available option Wi-Fi 802.11 b/g/n which can also function as a Wi-Fi hotspot. As an alternative to regular web browser, Lenovo A390 offer enough UC Browser v8.4 allows you to open 8 favorite site at the same time.
Intended for new users, the Lenovo A390 is quite reliable as the smartphone of choice. Because of cheap, this phone has the features and specifications of the display are qualified.
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