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    Description

    Perhaps the resolution is not the best of its features, but except on rare occasions where we will have to strain our eyes, easily meets the screen. An average user will find comfortable in his day to day. If you are looking for a great phone with a good screen that can display images with clarity and your hand is big enough to take it, this may be the perfect terminal. This is not a particularly fine mobile, but we can not say that it looks too thick. Their degree of usability is good. We can not say that the materials used are a strong point of this phone. But we will have to sacrifice this aspect if we chose it. Nor does this mean that the mobile is perceived bad once we have it in hand, but certainly not up to the terminals "high-end". It is a phone with enough power to cover more than the average needs of any user. Only if you want to squeeze it to play the latest games of the market, you ought to avoid it for the rest of "mortal" users this may be the perfect terminal in terms of processing refers. The camera is not its strong point, do not expect the pictures obtained with this mobile have exceptional quality, although probably with good light conditions can get some pretty pictures. Its storage capacity covers the average needs of the "mortal" users do not think this mobile as a portable hard disk. it has not anti scratch protection, therefore keep this in mind when selecting the terminal. The battery life ensures a trouble-free day.

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    Brand

    Brand
    Lenovo
    Smartphones by Lenovo

    Release Date

    Release date
    January 2014, 6 years ago
    State
    Not available

    Design & Materials of Lenovo A880

    Structure

    Size
    85.4 mm 164.0 mm 9.0 mm
    Print 3D Model
    Weight
    196 g
    Usable surface
    71 %

    Screen

    Diagonal
    6"
    Type
    LCD IPS
    Aspect Ratio
    16:9
    Resolution
    540 x 960 px LowRes
    Density
    184 ppi Low Density
    Others
    • Without Notch
    • Capacitive
    • Multi-touch

    Performance & Hardware of Lenovo A880

    Processor

    Model
    MediaTek MT6582M
    CPU
    4x CortexA7 1.3 GHz
    Type
    Quad-Core
    Frequency
    1.3 GHz
    64 Bits
    No
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    Graphics

    GPU
    ARM Mali-400 MP2

    RAM

    RAM
    1 GB
    Type
    --
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    Antutu

    Score
    16.375 Antutu v?
    Overall performance better than 5% of devices

    Storage

    Capacity
    8 GB
    SD Slot
    Yes, Independent SD slot
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    Security

    Fingerprint
    No

    Sensors

    Fingerprint
    No
    Proximity
    Yes
    Light sensor
    Yes
    Accelerometer
    Yes
    Gravity
    Yes
    Others
    Notifications LED
    --
    Cooling system
    No
    Gaming buttons
    No

    Camera of Lenovo A880

    Rear camera

    Standard
    1
    Resolution
    5 Mpx
    Sensor
    Unknown
    Type
    Unknown
    Aperture
    Unknow
    ISO
    --
    Pixel size
    --
    Flash
    LED
    Optical Stabilisation
    No
    Slow Motion Video
    No, 0 fps
    Features
    • Autofocus
    • Geotagging
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    Selfie

    Resolution
    0.3 Mpx
    Sensor
    Unknown
    Type
    --
    Aperture
    ƒ/ --
    ISO
    --
    Pixel size
    --
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    Network compatibility

    Connectivity of Lenovo A880

    Bands

    3G
    B1 (2100)
    2G
    B2 (1900), B3 (1800), B5 (850), B8 (900)

    SIM card

    Type
    Dual SIM Dual Standby (Unknown + Unknown)

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    Wi-Fi

    Standards
    802.11b, 802.11g, 802.11n
    Others
    • Wi-Fi Hotspot

    Bluetooth

    Version
    Bluetooth 4.0
    Profiles
    • A2DP (Advanced Audio Distribution Profile)

    Navigation

    Supports
    GPS, A-GPS

    USB

    Charging
    Yes
    Mass Storage
    Yes

    SAR

    --
    --
    Others
    NFC
    No
    Audio Jack
    Yes
    Radio FM
    Yes
    Computer sync
    Yes
    OTA sync
    Yes
    Tethering.
    Yes

    Battery of Lenovo A880

    Battery
    Capacity
    2500 mAh
    Type
    Li-Ion
    Fast charge
    No
    Others
    • Removable

    Software of Lenovo A880

    Software

    Operating System
    Android 4.1 Jelly Bean
    Android 4.2.2 Jelly Bean
    Google Services (official)
    Yes
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    User reviews about the Lenovo A880

    Overall satisfaction
    Not enough opinions
    1 opinion
    • Screen6.5
    • Performance7.7
    • Camera6.5
    • Connectivity8.3
    • Battery7.0
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    • 2.0 Design & Materials
    • 2.1 Performance & Hardware
    • 1.8 Camera
    • 1.9 Connectivity
    • 3.1 Battery
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    • Design and screen
    • Hardware and performance
    • Camera
    • Connectivity
    • Battery

    Once these 5 factors have been rated, we introduce the price variable. This means that any two devices with the same ratings get a different Ki score for quality vs price.

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    The Ki varies as time goes by. As new devices with better specifications enter the market the Ki score of older devices will go down, always being compensated of their decrease in price.