Lenovo A2010: The Cheapest 4G Phone Ever?

Oh yes! You read it right. With the launch of Lenovo A6000, the company had bagged the title of manufacturing cheapest 4G phone. But that was only short lived. Now Lenovo is again back to rock the mobile market with its Lenovo A2010 to steal the spotlight. The phone has been launched via Flipkart( #OnlyOnFlipkart) only at Rs.4990.

Design & Display

The Lenovo A2010 is a 4.5 inch handsome smartphone with a capacitive touch screen that allows multitouch. The phone is really light weighted with weight only 137 grams. With a 63.8% screen-to-body ration, the screen resolution of the phone is 218 PPI (480 x 854). The phone has a 3.5mm jack slot on its head and loudspeaker on the back lower end.


The performance of the phone is spiced up by the Android OS and 64-bit MediaTek (MT6735M) quad-core chipset clocking at a speed of 1 GHz. For GPU, you have the Mali-T720.

Operating System

The phone operates on the latest Android OS, i.e. Android 5.1 Lollipop. This is a very wonderful addition to the phone as you must be knowing that many other manufacturers are not yet able to provide their users with Lollipop 5.0 leave aside 5.1.


The manufacturers have given a pool of storage with 8 GB ROM for apps and media. In additional to this, they also have given the option of external expandable storage with cant be expanded up to 32 GB with the help of microSD card.


The Lenovo A2010 has 5MP-2MP duo. The rear camera also has LED Flash which and offer pictures at 2592 x 1944 resolution.


The Lenovo A2010 is a dual SIM (GSM, HSPA, LTE) phone. Other wireless connectivity is done via Wi-Fi 802.11 b/g/n, Wi-Fi hotspot, Bluetooth v4.0, FM Radio, and microUSB v2.0. The phone is GPRS and EDGE enabled and also has gravity sensor.


The phone is backed up by a Li-Po 2000 mAh removable battery that gives a talktime of a day and standby of up to 372 hours. The battery capacity might not sound too good to your ears but it is owing to the display, camera, processor and other tech specs. Plus the battery offered is comparatively better than other phones of the same pricing range.

In the box

In the box you get Handset, Battery, USB Cable, 2-pin Wall Charger.

My take on Lenovo A2010

Lenovo has been doing pretty well with their smartphones. I really liked the idea of launching a 4G phone at such a cheap price. Not just 4G, other features are also commendable. You are getting the latest from Android, a decent camera and battery. The storage and processor sounds really good. This can be your phone if you want any high-end devices at a cheap price.

What else do you want at that price? Marshmallows?

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