18 December 2011
The development of an increasingly widespread smartphone with Android operating system, makes a lot of vendors are vying to bring the latest mobile devices with the OS (Operating System). Not wanting to lose competitiveness with other mobile phone vendors, for the first time, Lenovo launched the Android-based smartphone, Lenovo A60 series EcoTech. On the one hand, this is somewhat late to compete with vendors who first brought the Android operating system.
On the other hand, Lenovo is trying to present its own superiority. For example, the Lenovo A60 supports dual SIM and GSM 3.5G HSDPA 7.2Mbps, thus making the user becomes more practical without the need to carry two phones at once.
Lenovo A60 uses Gingerbread Android 2.3 operating system and equipped with 650MHz processor. Although the processor capacity is small, but the Lenovo A60 has a large RAM capacities, namely 2GB. Dimensions 116.5 x 59.9 x 13.2 mm with 3.5-inch screen resolution 320 x 480.
Multi-screen 3.5-inch touchscreen with a resolution of 320 x 480 pixel screen on this phone, equipped with two cameras. At the rear, available 3.2MP camera without flash, it will give users a good experience when taking pictures. while on the front VGA camera is available is available.
For connectivity, available Bluetooth, MicroUSB, MicroSD 8GB, and a 3.5mm headset jack. As for internet connection, available Wi-Fi, 3G and HSPA. Products that start marketed on December 17, 2011, is available in four color choices are white, blue, black and purple.