Lenovo P70: Chinese smartphone boasts 46 days standby time

Lenovo P70: Chinese smartphone boasts 46 days standby timeIf a large display and colossal battery are top of your Smartphone Needs List, Chinese manufacturer Lenovo (which owns Motorola, incidentally) has got you covered right here.

Meet the Lenovo P70, a brand new 2015 Chinese smartphone boasting up to 46 days standby time thanks to its 4,000mAh battery.

Kicking off the Lenovo P70 spec sheet is a 5in 720p display. It’s reported on at least one site that the display is 6in, but it doesn’t look that massive in the hand. Unless that’s a particularly massive hand, hmm… Let’s go with 5in!

Further Lenovo P70 specs include a quad-core MediaTek processor clocked at 1.5GHz, 1GB of RAM, 13MP rear camera, 5MP front shooter for selfies and video chat, and 8GB expandable storage.

Those specs are an odd blend of entry-level and midrange, but the real standout feature here is the gigantic 4,000mAh battery.

The Samsung Galaxy Note 4, for comparison, has a 3,200mAh battery, but it’s powering a larger display with a significantly higher resolution, and ultimately the Lenovo P70 can last more than twice as long on standby: up to 46 days.

Lenovo P70 price comes in at 1,399 Yuan (roughly £147), though we doubt it’ll venture too far from China and the surrounding areas. Still, 46 days standby time! Pretty sweet.

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