Lenovo P770 Will Mark a New Record with a 3,500 MAh Capacity

If something Miss most users of smart phones is a little more than autonomy of use. Lithium batteries have peaked in terms of evolution, and the energy consumed by our large screen devices and high-performance hardware has been on the rise. Motorola has its big bet on your RAZR MAXX HD for autonomy, but will not be alone in this market, but that Lenovo appears ready to mark a new record with its new Lenovo P770.

So far, the 3300 mAh Motorola terminal had been unreachable even for the largest of the class, the Samsung Galaxy Note II, which remains at the 3,100 mAh. However, Lenovo and your P770 intend to mark the line to be followed with 3,500 mAh capacity battery.

A device that at launch framed in the middle range, with a MediaTek MT6577 processor dual-core 1.2 GHz, 1 GB of RAM and 4.5 screen resolution-inch qHD (960 × 540 pixels). Your camera is 8 Megapixels, and will make his appearance with 4.1 Android Jelly Bean.

These specifications, coupled with the enormous capacity of the battery, ensure you an autonomy that probably can not be attained by any smartphone currently, and price, of 270 euros to change, they make it quite attractive to a certain type of users. Anyway, not worth have many illusions, since it seems that the new Lenovo smartphone not be available beyond Chinese borders.