Single SIM, 5″ Lenovo A606 goes up on sale at $130 a piece in China
China is a place where you get to see a lot demand for dual SIM card smartphones. Some phones sold in the the country used to have 3 and even up to four SIM slots but all that crave for multiple phone lines has since reduced as the mindset of people have changed over time; Same goes in many developing countries in the world where masses prefer to have a number for business while the second other will be for “personal” use.
The Lenovo A606 uses a MTK6582 chipset by MediaTek which can easily support more than one SIM card, but then, it doesn’t. The smartphone has a 5-inch display with FWVGA (480 x 854 pixels) resolution. It smoothly runs on Android 4.4 KitKat OS thanks to the 1.3GHz quad-core CPU ticking inside it’s engine alongside 1GB of RAM.
The device comes with 8GB of built-in storage which can be further expanded by an additional 32GB memory using a microSD card. The phone comes with a 2000mAh user-removable battery.
Per Lenovo custom, the A606 is priced very cheap at 799 RMB aka $130.03 in US dollars. The smartphone will not likely see the shores of China during it’s lifetime but you can always find a third-party seller online to ship the product to your country and needless to say, that will make the device come pricier.
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