Lenovo P770 smartphone said to have 3500mAh battery inside
Lenovo P770 specs-wise. The latter device is said to be equipped with a 4.5 inch qHD display, which doesn't bode well for the pixel density on the device. A dual-core MediaTek MT6577 runs the show with 1GB of RAM on board. An 8MP rear facing shooter is included and Android 4.1 is installed out of the box. Compare that with the HD version of the Motorola DROID RAZR MAXX with its 4.7 inch screen in stunning 720p which produces an above-average pixel density of 312ppi, and the dual-core 1.5GHz Qualcomm Snapdragon S4 MSM8960 under the hood, with 1GB of RAM. An 8MP rear facing camera captures video in 1080p and there is a 1.3MP shooter up front. The phone is expected to get updated to Jelly Bean.
We're sure that the mAh numbers are going to keep going higher and at the same time, there are some scientific breakthroughs, like crushed silicon, that can help improve battery life. Just about everyone is tired of carrying plugs with them everywhere they go which explains why the Motorola DROID RAZR MAXX line has proven to be extremely popular at Verizon.
source: GizChina via Electronista
1. MorePhonesThanNeeded posted on 07 Nov 2012, 21:32 1 3
Nice, but that is one UGLY phone if i ever saw one. Looks like a cheap knock off of something else. It's a removable though which is nice but low res screen will put this phone way down on the list of devices, it should have stunning battery life considering the low resolution screen. Now who else is going to make big batteries for normal sized smartphones aside from these two companies?
3. Nadr1212 posted on 07 Nov 2012, 21:56 2 1
Yeah, I'm still interested in the Maxx HD cuz I'm (mostly) about specs, AND no phone with just 200 mAh more battery with LOWER specs is gonna turn me on more!!!!
6. sgogeta4 posted on 07 Nov 2012, 22:58 0 1
Too bad it's difficult to unlocked (relatively) and the community isn't as solid as the Nexus lines. The GN easily beats it out with lower power consumption on any number of ROMs and kernels. I can easily just swap out batteries if I need more life.
8. KingKurogiii posted on 07 Nov 2012, 23:20 0 0
pfff! yeah right, i call bs on that and i had a GN with the extended battery. i have a rooted Droid Razr MAXX HD with all the bloat frozen and i have the security check turned off so i can use the Mobile Hotspot for free, it's running Android 4.1.1, it's S4 is half the size of the OMAP4 in the GN so it's much more efficient on battery life and the battery lasts a heavy user like me (Navigation, streaming music via Spotify, Youtube, Facebook, texting, lots of stuff) a day and a half easy, i definitely couldn't pull that off on my GN w/ CNA + a low clocked Franco Kernel, i have a total of 64GB of storage, it's got the most reliable radios in the game, it's the most well constructed phone i've ever felt with the iPhone 5 coming in 2nd. this has everything, especially battery life over the GN except for being a Nexus.
11. PhenomFaz posted on 08 Nov 2012, 01:28 0 0
yup the lenovo seems good---only battery-wise....overall Maxx HD takes the cake
13. items17070 posted on 08 Nov 2012, 22:04 0 0
UGLY! lol, most of these phone all look alike anyway, cant be any UGLIER then YOUR phone!
4. jove39 posted on 07 Nov 2012, 22:34 2 0
Wish Google start selling razr maxx hd (unlocked) on play store for like $350-$400 :)
7. MorePhonesThanNeeded posted on 07 Nov 2012, 23:16 0 0
Google will only sell Nexus devices out of the Play store. This site has a lot of people who can't take critique of their favorite manufacturer I see, lol. It looks like a knock off Droid Incredible, check out the shape and the upper ear piece, trademark HTC design eh? Those capacitive buttons look a little strange.
5. FoxDavis posted on 07 Nov 2012, 22:41 0 0
And as usual, China only... The rest of the world isn't good enough even though the rest of the world uses you, China? It's ok, you can keep it...lol
9. SemperFiV12 posted on 08 Nov 2012, 00:05 0 0
Nicer screen on HTC Windows Phone 8X (at least better pixel density). True it is a smaller screen, but 4.3 is still a whole lotta real estate. And no battery wasting issues on Windows Phone. Probably because the OS isn't a chaotic mess, needing powerful processors to keep operations on par (which in turn drains more battery).