Are we getting an A6000 successor or a Lemon 3 clone?
Lenovo India teased a new phone that it claims will deliver a knockout punch. The catchy marketing bait seems to be working. The company posted another tweet about the phone, revealing a promising sound quality that only Dolby could offer.
Lenovo, like many device manufacturers, is drumming up the excitement before Mobile World Congress opens next week.
The teaser shows a phone covered halfway with scalding, molten metal. But Android enthusiasts are speculating that the phone is just an Indian version of the Lenovo Lemon 3, which launched in China last month.
The Lemon 3 is Lenovo’s flagship in China, home to numerous smartphone makers including OnePlus and Xiaomi, a rising star in the mobile industry.
Suppose that the “knockout phone” is a Lemon 3 clone, you can expect a $100 price tag, a 5-inch HD display, an octa-core Snapdragon 616 processor, 2GB RAM, 16GB storage, a 13-megpixel rear camera, 5-megapixel front camera, and 4,100 mAh.
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There’s also a theory that the device is the rumored successor to the Lenovo A6000, which, interestingly, features Dolby Digital Plus stereo speakers. So which is which? But an astute consumer never assumes too much. After all, Lenovo has tricks up its sleeves.