The Lenovo S860 popped up on this year's Mobile World Congress in Barcelona with a 5.3" IPS display of 720p resolution and 1.3GHz quad-core processor, riding on Android 4.2 Jelly Bean.
The focus in the S860 is extra-long battery life as the smartphone packs a 4,000 mAh juice pack. It's expected to sport a stand by of either 28 or 40 days (on 2G and 3G connectivity, respectively).
There's also dual-SIM support but there's no LTE in tow. The device comes in Titanium gray and costs INR21,500 (€255/$355). Lenovo sells the S860 straight off its TheDotStore website in India - you can find it by following the Source link at the bottom of the page.
The specs package you get with the Lenovo S860 is very good for the price but the lack of Android KitKat at launch is rather disappointing. Hopefully Lenovo will make the effort to update the device soon. At the same price range you could go for a Samsung Galaxy Grand 2 or XOLO Q3000 - both fairly popular devices in India.
For more information on the handset - here's our Lenovo S860 hands-on.
Get to reality. We Indians really value expandable memory. We don't have blazing fast internet like the first world where they always stream content, rather than keep on phone. I don't know about others but absence of microSD is definitely a de...
you do understand that phone is half the price of a similar offering from Sony , Apple and HTC, right ? and you understand that they are not competing for the same class of customer ?
So you think 512MB RAM and a card-slot would have made a lot of sales for a phone with 16GB internal memory? Then you are totally out of touch with reality.