Lenovo launched S850 with Android 4.4 KitKat in India for Rs. 15,499
The Lenovo S850 smartphone has now been launched in the Indian market priced Rs 15,499. The handset was unveiled at the Mobile World Congress (MWC) 2014 earlier this year.
Sudhin Mathur – Director, Smartphones, Lenovo India, said -
“As smartphones become more mainstream, consumers expect intuitive and fast products from all premium brands. The need is to go beyond the expected and provide extraordinary design that reflects their personality. Launched at MWC early this year, the Lenovo S850 has been widely-recognised as a stylish and a powerful device that signifies Lenovo’s best in-class design and the expertise to make smartphones that address the needs of the consumers. Devices like the S850 are efficient, responsive and fashionable addressing the key needs of consumers.”
The smartphone is loaded with the Lenovo Premium DOit Apps “SECUREit” which is a security software that helps you track, analyse and optimise your data usage. Lenovo has also added its award winning “SHAREit” App that can provides the fastest phone-to-phone data transfer without the need for Wifi or mobile network. You can also send across pictures, large videos, folders, and even share free apps in a matter of minutes. “SYNCit” is another innovative platform that LenovoS850 offers you to have a permanent backup of all your data and makes it accessible to you on any device.
Specifications of Lenovo S850 are -
- Display – 5-inch HD capactive touch
- Resolution – 1280 x 720 pixels
- Processor – 1.3 GHz quad-core MediaTek MT6582
- OS – Android 4.4 KitKat
- SIM Support – Dual SIM Capacity
- Rear Camera – 13MP with LED Flash
- Front Camera – 5MP
- RAM – 1GB
- Internal Storage: 16GB
- Thickness – 8.2 mm thick
- Weighs – 140 grams
- Battery – 2000 mAh
- Colors Available – Pink and White
The smartphone comes with a free snap stand case. The device is currently available for pre-order at the company’s ‘The Do Store’ and would be available across 2000+ retail outlets and leading retail chains in India by the end July.