The lenovo phone does not identify names in the message field, how do I see who sent me a message?
Anonymous, 16 Feb 2018big screen 5.7" with 18:9 ratio wow!!It's using a Spreadtrum processor that is ancient and incredibly slow. Just turning the phone on will take ages. Definitely not for gamers or for medium-intensive tasks.
Anyone using this phone? It actually cost about 100usd at Malaysia
Anonymous, 14 Mar 2018this phone need to lower it price because it is in competition with xiomi redmi 5Maybe redmi 5A but even 5A will beat it on specs and hardware.
Well it does not have 5.7 screen but what is Speedtrum as a CPU quad core 1.3Ghz ?
SD425 has quad core 1.4Ghz and on graphics appartment Mali-400 vs Adreno 308 i have no clue but i think that Xiaomi win in that part too.
And well 5A is pocket friendly size to for these specs and cost 50 euro less
this phone need to lower it price because it is in competition with xiomi redmi 5
AnonD-268646, 21 Feb 2018Any 32-bit chipset only can detect at most 2GB of RAM. So even if you put 3GB of RAM on these ... moreNonsense!
Snapdragon 801 was a 32bit chipset and it do support and manufacturers used 3gb ram on it
Anonymous, 16 Feb 2018yeah it will get more space to operatesAny 32-bit chipset only can detect at most 2GB of RAM. So even if you put 3GB of RAM on these types of chipset/proccessor, it will only use 2GB, and left another 1GB useless.
AnonD-268646, 04 Feb 2018A low end 32-bit Spreadtrum processor with 3GB of RAM?! OMG Lol this is hilarious. 😂yeah it will get more space to operates
Lindie5Tech, 08 Jan 2018Yea, I can understand that this is a low end devce, but like everyone else, what's up with the... moreit is just a processor so got nothing to do with the display, display is something else
A low end 32-bit Spreadtrum processor with 3GB of RAM?! OMG Lol this is hilarious. 😂
Yea, I can understand that this is a low end devce, but like everyone else, what's up with the processor?! You thought it was some kind of an error but no apparently this is the processor used... How could an ancient Spreadtrum handle a 1080p display?
Speadtrum? Even worse than MediaCrap.... I'd rather have MediaCrap SoC than this.