expired Lenovo P780 Quad Core Mobile Android 4.2 5.0 Inch 1G RAM Massive 4000mAh Battery, $233 Delivered

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Lenovo P780 MTK6589 Quad Core Smartphone With Android 4.2 5.0 inch 1G 4G HD 1280 x 720 Screen GPS WIFi
Massive 4000Mah battery
$233.46 delivered (After applying the coupon "antsave4"

Highlights:

Color: Black
OS: Android 4.2
CPU: MTK6589 Qual core 1.2GHz
ROM: 4GB
RAM: 1GB
Screen: 5.0 inch IPS screen, capacitive touch screen 1280 x 720 (HD)

Network

Network type: GSM+WCDMA
Frequency: GSM 900/1800/1900MHz WCDMA 2100MHz
WIFI: 802.11b/g wireless internet
Bluetooth A2DP
GPS:Yes

Screen Information

Screen type: Capacitive (multi-touch)
Screen size: 5.0 inch
Screen resolution: 1280 x 720 (HD)

Camera

Front camera: 0.3MP (with flashlight )
Back camera: 8.0MP
Video recording: Yes

Connectivity

2 x SIM slot
TF card slot
Micro USB host
3.5mm audio out port
Microphone
Speaker

Media Formats

Picture format: JPEG, GIF, BMP, PNG
Video format: 3GP, MP4, AVI
Music format: AAC, AMR, MP3, OGG, WAV
MS Office format: Word, Excel, PPT
E-book format: TXT
Live wallpaper support: Yes

Dimensions

Product size (L x W x H): 143 x 73 x 9.9mm
Product weight: 177 g

Additional Features

Wi-Fi, 3G, FM, Bluetooth, Browser, MP3, MP4, MMS, Alarm, Calendar, Calculator…

Package Contents

1 x Smart Phone
1 x 4000mAh Battery
1 x USB Cable
1 x OTG Cable
1 x Charger
1 x earphone
1 x User Manual


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Comments (Closed)

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    4GB of ROM? Is there a default blueray movie on there?

    • +1 vote

      Battery life is the big plus here, full specs here: http://www.gsmarena.com/lenovo_p780-5544.php

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        if u use both sims u'll need it.

    •  

      Nope. Comes with bootleg SNES multicart from China including duplicates.

    • +2 votes

      External Micro SD cards are pretty cheap these days. Its better than buying a 16GB iphone for $700.
      I am sure they can put a movie in there if you fancy.

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    How is 3G working with Optus ?

    • +1 vote

      Optus works on 2100 frequency for 3G. Will work well.
      Wont work with Vodafone I guess as they work on some other frequency. Please do check.

      3G

      There are several 3G networks operating in Australia. 3G frequencies are usually specified as UMTS/HSDPA or WCDMA frequencies on the mobile phone specifications.

      Australian 3G bands:
      •850MHz (Telstra, Vodafone) – Exclusive 3G band
      •900MHz (Optus, Vodafone) – available in most metro areas on Optus, with both Optus and Vodafone re-farming the 2G 900 spectrum in regional and rural areas
      •2100MHz (Telstra, Optus, Vodafone) – Exclusive 3G band

      http://whirlpool.net.au/wiki/mobile_phone_frequencies

    • +2 votes

      as per the gsmarena spec sheet it will work on Optus @ HSDPA 900 / 2100

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    CPU: MTK6589 Qual core 1.2GHz

    How quick does this CPU perform?

    •  

      like samsung galaxy s 2

      • +1 vote

        performs about 75% quicker than the S2 for most benchmarks and real life tests. S2 is using a very old dual core with crappy power saving features - hence why everyone complains about the battery after upgrading to ICS and JB.

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          thats exactly right

  •  

    Is this going to be covered by any warranty in Australia?

  •  

    Does anyone know the SIM configuration? Many dual SIM phones are 1x micro + 1x mini and often only one of these is 3G capable.

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      should say on gsmarena.

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        GSMArena only specifies that both SIMs can do 2G, nothing about which SIM/s do 3G.

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          It's usually only 1 sim that does 3G. Very rarely do you get dual sim with 3g on both sims.

          This phone takes 2 regular SIM cards, with SIM slot 1 3g @ 2100mhz. Which is a bit strange, because Lenovo phones usually do dual band 900/2100mhz. I think there could be a mistake in the vendor's spec sheet, because GSM arena mentions 900mhz.

          Also, this phone can charge other phones via OTG cable, meaning it also doubles as a power pack.

          http://www.bgr.in/news/lenovo-p780-android-smartphone-charge...

          And to make the most of it, Lenovo lets users share its battery with other smartphones! The phone comes with a USB OTG cable in the box and one can use it and the phone’s USB charging cable to connect it with other smartphones to charge them.

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    about the same price as a Nexus 4 hmmmm what phone would people prefer?

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      I would pay the extra, and buy a 16GB Nexus 4.

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    i wouldn't put much faith in that "massive 4000mah" battery, the Samsung S4 is a better phone that costs a lot more and that has a 2600mah battery, only way they could shoehorn a 4000mah battery was if the phone was massive in size! despite what's on the label most China phones are around 2000mah give or take a little, the good battery life is because this type of cpu(MTK6589) is based on the low power ARM A7 core

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    I think this phone looks good for $133 but only issue there is no info on the battery:

    http://www.antelife.com/star-q9000-mtk6589-quad-core-smart-p...

    Might get one for my mum. What you guys think?

    •  

      google says

      Built in 2500mAh lithium battery

      also

      WCDMA 2100MHz

      Means no or bad 3g in regional locations. Other sites list it as 850/2100mhz so it might just be a misprint?

    •  

      I think this phone looks good for $133

      I've been keeping an eye on this for awhile, but so many new models are coming out with the faster MTK6589T so haven't taken the plunge just yet…

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      Oh no price went up to $150 now :( no deal now!

  •  

    Price has gone up to $248.30

  • +1 vote

    When was this phone $133 :/ I never saw this price as that is why I compared it to the Nexus 4

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