Lenovo Launches P770 In China, Set To Take On The RAZR MAXX

Over the years battery life on Android handsets has gotten significantly better, but some people need their phones to go the extra mile. Motorola launched the RAZR MAXX (and subsequently the RAZR MAXX HD) to cater to this niche set of users, or basically anyone who missed the times when you could go a few days on a single charge. Up until now, Motorola has pretty much been the only manufacturer in this market.

Lenovo isn’t known for a strong Android presence in the US, but they’ve been making some waves in China. Their latest handset takes on the RAZR MAXX, going by the name of P770. The phone features a 3,500mAh battery, along with a 4.5-inch 960×540 display, 1.2GHz dual-core processor, and 1GB of RAM. A custom Lenovo UI is on top of Android 4.1 Jelly Bean.

While it may not be the highest-end phone on the market, Lenovo is definitely trying to make a competitive phone. Sadly, the device is only available in China, but it’s not impossible that Lenovo could look to expanding to other market. Is anyone interested in a Lenovo phone?

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