Lenovo A7700 – A Budget Friendly Device With Android Marshmallow

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Lenovo A7700 Price in Nigeria -Specifications , Photos , Video & Everything you need to know about this budget friendly device.



If you’ve ever wanted a budget friendly device with Android 6.0 Marshmallow operating system , then the Lenovo A7700 might interest you.  The specifications include a 5.5 inch display , 2GB of RAM , 16GB internal storage and a 2900mAh battery. Here’s everything you need to know :


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Here Are Some Quick Details About Lenovo A7700

  • Launch Date : Announced September 2016 .
  • Major Improvement : Bigger screen , more battery
  • Price : #40,000
  • Price Rating : LOW —– (Budget Friendly)


Lenovo A7700 Specs Sheet (Key Details)





  • SIM Type: Single SIM (Micro SIM)
  • Operating System: Android 6.0 Marshmallow
  • Display: 5.5-inch Touch Display, 720 x 1280 pixels
  • Build: Matte White, Matte Black
  • Colours : Black, Jet Black, Silver, Gold, Rose Gold
  • Weight : 145g
  • Processor Type: 1.0GHz quad-core Processor (MediaTek MT6735P)
  • RAM: 2GB
  • Internal Storage: 16GB
  • External Storage: Yes , up to 32GB
  • Back Camera : 8MP Camera, Video , autofocus, LED Flash, Geo-tagging
  • Front Camera : 2MP Camera
  • Battery: 2900 mAh Li-Po Battery


Watch this unboxing video of this device :



Lenovo A7700 Price In Nigeria

Lenovo A7700 is currently not available in Nigeria , however , should it be available , we expect the price to start at #40,000. See lenovo phones on Jumia :


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  • Hi Tope ,

    It’s a tough decision to make, But here’s what I think.

    In terms of quality , Lenovo phones are quite good and can compete with others in the market.

    However , I think they’re overpriced (maybe because of exchange rate) and you can get the same specs from another brand at a cheaper price.

    In addition , lenovo is a global brand and they’ve done pretty well for themself , but I’ve noticed that they don’t give much attention to the Nigerian market , despite the fact that their phones are available here.

    On the other hand , Infinix is more focused on the African market and they’ve done tremendously well in providing good phones at an affordable price.

    However , Infinix phones tend to get very hot during heavy usage and I’m amazed that they’ve still not looked into this issue.

    The last Infinix phone I used was the Infinix Zero 2 but I had to drop it because of the heating issues and also because it had software problem.

    Overall , I think both manufacturers are really good and they provide good value for money.

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