DaXiong, 28 Apr 2014So you think 512MB RAM and a card-slot would have made a lot of sales for a phone with 16GB in... moreGet 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 deal breaker for me. My current phone has 32GB microSD. My music collection alone exceeds 12GB. Other than the storage the phone was just perfect.
Lenovo? Nope, 28 Apr 2014I have the K900 and I would not buy another Lenovo.
Support is terrible, still stuck on 4.2... moreyou 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 ?
slikrik, 28 Apr 2014Lenovo always stupidly puts at least one major dealbreaker to a phone that could've otherwise ... moreSo 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.
I have the K900 and I would not buy another Lenovo.
Support is terrible, still stuck on 4.2, never released the code.
Plus design and fit and finish are subpar when compared to Apple or Sony or HTC.
And the K900 was their flagship! Stay away from Lenovo.
Lenovo always stupidly puts at least one major dealbreaker to a phone that could've otherwise catapulted them to the top. The lack of microSD slot spells the end of this phone before it even comes out. That one thing will have earned them a million more sales, even if they raised the price by 10-15% and/or lowered the internal storage and/or ram.