ashok, 23 Apr 2017Lenovo a2010 support OTG Its not support otg cable pendrive
if you want a smartphone you need to know his price don't be less than 120 euro
Zia, 14 Jun 2017I like it.It is good phone but camera is not good and battery timing is also not good.yes you are right battery issue i also have even i just purchase a2010 less than 24 hours ago
after first time full recharge my lenovo A2010 i insert SIM and start using it. But spending few hours i notice that battery reached to 50 % . It should be nearly 60-70%. beacuse i just checking cell phone on mobile network and wi-fi. its mean bettery drain too quickly in these phone sets .is a bettery draw back or software problem. help me because i donot want to claim new battery because service center return back without any change just reset my cell phone.
I'm not impressed with the A2010. It's a cheap smartphone.
I got the phone 2 months from now and I've already expirienced major problems- strange discharging battery and display anomalies- inverted colours and constant white screen... Also weak cameras - front (2MP) and back (5MP). By the standarts of 2015 phones this is hillarious.
Anyway, Lenovo A2010 is perfect for secondary android phone.
Nice phone, very good (Motorola) gsm/wifi module, very good gps (beats all sony xperia gps I know ), mediocre camera (no autofocus) , normal battery life.
This is a good phone, we use it in a 4G test network and it's really cooperative.
I like it.It is good phone but camera is not good and battery timing is also not good.
Joseph, 21 May 2017The phone loosing charge more quickly when on net why?I think it's just normal for data connectivities to hog battery consumption gven that network requires power to fully operate to its full potentials.
Why my Lenovo turn on button is out of oreder when its just a year after I bought it. It's can't be used easily anymore.