If you were planning to buy a Lenovo Mobile phone this year, this week’s the perfect time to do ‘cause they’ve got a cool promo on-going up until Sunday, February 5.
This is happening at the ground floor of V Mall in the Greenhills Shopping Center over in San Juan. The name of this promo – Go Lenovo. Get Gifts! – pretty much is a dead giveaway on what’s at stake here. For every Lenovo mobile phone you buy, you get a surprise gift.
Now, which Lenovo phone do we recommend here?
Unfortunately, we haven’t played around with any Lenovo phones yet. So we can’t give you sound advice on which one’s the best in the pack. That said, two models definitely stand out here – the Lenovo A60 and the Lenovo S800.
We’ve already talked about Lenovo A60 before. This is a dual-SIM Gingerbread ‘droid that runs on a 650MHz processor and comes packed a 3.5-inch touchscreen, a 3.2-megapixel cam ‘round the back, a 0.3-megapixel shooter on the front, WiFi Bluetooth, and HSP connectivity. This is, to date, their lone Android offering, making this a clear choice for those who want and need more in a phone. Price is a shade under Php8K.
The Lenovo S800, meanwhile, sports a 2-megapixel cam, Bluetooth connectivity, FM radio functionality, and – get this – a 2-4-inch transparent display. No, that’s no typo there. The Lenovo S800’s display is really transparent. Sadly though, while its clear display maybe a great come-on and conversation piece, the rest of its specs aren’t. For Php8,880, this is a great buy if you want a phone that’s unique. But if you’re after functionality, you’re better off with the A60.
How about the surprise gift? Is it worth braving the Metro traffic for?
As much as we wish we could advise you in this regard, that’s something they kept secret here.
But hey, if ever you’re in the area, or at least decided that Lenovo’s your preferred brand of choice for your next (or even first) phone, then this promo is definitely worth checking out.
For further details on the specs of these phone, just head on over here.
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