Lenovo A399 is a $65 Android phone with the Vibe UI

by Frank Tu 0

Lenovo A399


Over the past few months, Lenovo has been busy making their last releases of the year. One of them was the iPhone 5C clone, the Lenovo S60-t which sports a 5-inch 720p display screen and a quad-core processor. There is also the yellow Lenovo Lemon K3 for the entry-level market. Its CPU is the Qualcomm Snapdragon 410 quad-core processor and has 1GB RAM and 16GB ROM.

Lenovo has always had a lot of devices that cost several hundred RMB. In 2014 alone, Lenovo released several flagship devices that cost less than 1000 RMB (161.60 USD). Surprisingly, they released a low-priced 3G device at a time when 4G is all the rage. This phone is the Lenovo A399.

As a phone that costs less than 1000 RMB, do not expect it to have excellent specifications. One of the Lenovo A399’s biggest selling points is its display screen. It sports a 5-inch FWVGA (854 x 480) display screen. As for its CPU, it uses the MTK MT6582M quad-core chip. Regarding memory, it has 512MB RAM and 4GB ROM. It is also powered by a 2000mAh battery and has a 2mp camera. Regarding connectivity, it supports WCDMA and GSM networks and is also a dual-SIM cell phone. This phone comes in black and white. The screen’s frame is quite slim.

It is also worth pointing out that it uses its in-house operating system, the Vibe UI. This version is based on the Android 4.4. As a result, the Lenovo A399 is easier and simpler to use. Besides letting users search for apps more easily, it also has a pretty user interface.

An entry-level cell phone, the Lenovo A399 is a pretty cheap phone and only costs about $65. It is not a bad phone considering its price.

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