Lenovo A60 runs Android 2.3, Dual SIM, a steal at only PHP 7,990.00

22 thoughts on “Lenovo A60 runs Android 2.3, Dual SIM, a steal at only PHP 7,990.00”

  1. Great phone! I’ve veen looking for this phone at SM Megamall but can’t find any. Do you have any idea where to I can buy this?

    Thanks πŸ˜€

  2. Lenovo a60 has DUAL-CORE processor.

    CPU
    Dual Core
    CPU: MT6573 ARM11 650MHz (handles multimedia processes) + MT6162 ARM9 400MHz (handles network/frequency processes)
    GPU: PowerVR SGX 531
    OS
    Android V2.3.3
    Memory
    RAM : 256 MB / ROM : 512 MB
    2G Micro SD Memory Card (TF-Card)
    MAX support 16GB
    Screen
    3.5″ HVGA, 320 x 480, TFT-LCD/ Capacitive Touch Screen
    Network
    Dual Sim Dual Standby, Support W+G, G+G
    WCDMA/HSDPA : 900/2100 MHz
    GSM/GPRS/EDGE : 900/1800/1900 MHz
    Support GSM service all over the world
    GPS
    Built In SiRF III GPS
    Connection
    Bluetooth with EDR & A2DP
    Wi-Fi : IEEE 802.11 b/g
    micro USB 2.0
    Camera
    Back 3.2 mega pixel / MAX 2048Γ—1536
    Front 0.3 mega pixel
    Sensor
    Gravity Sensor, Proximity Sensor, Light Sensor
    Radio
    FM
    Video
    AVI , MP4 , FLV , 3GP , MOV , ASF , MPEG , RMVB , etc.
    Audio
    MP3 , AAC , WAV , etc. / 3.5 mm Audio Jack

  3. urmm,I recently bought this Lenovo A60,but my problem is;where can I buy addtional an extra battery, and how much is the price?

  4. Hi! Just wanted to ask if it’s possible to create contact groups and send messages to a created contact group with just one or two clicks? Thanks!

  5. I am looking for a dual sim android budget friendly yet sturdy phone. My choices are: Cherry Mobile Stellar, Lenovo A60, Samsung Galaxy Y Duos, and Alcatel OT 918N. What offers the best product and brand value?

  6. @Randy Try the Alcatel. The Lenovo seems to have a problem with SMS. I have encountered problems where you can’t send text messages and it’s replicated across other A60 models. I’ve asked Lenovo for help but they haven’t responded.

  7. I am overwhelmed with the beauty and function of this one of a kind android phone I have here, the Lenovo A60. I haven’t explored everything yet but so far I consider this as one of the A+ android phones out of the market these days, not to mention the price that save your other pocket from spending. I just changed my 10 years old really sturdy Nokia 5110 and I find it no match with this.;) And I would say, with the built that this Lenovo A60 has, can actually live longer than that Nokia 5110, if and only if you can live with that.:) Well, what we would be expecting now that Lenovo already design their own handhelds that persuades a lot of wallets to spend? They soon a heck of competition with the design, functionality and beauty. So beware Samsung, Nokia, Alcatel, Sony Ericson, HTC, even you Big Apple… As everybody said, China can rock the world, watchout Japan, US of A, Finland, Germany manufacturer.:) make your product better and cheaper.

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