Lenovo P780



Lenovo P780

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In all honesty, the P780 is really just the S920 in a different color and a more durable battery. But despite having exactly the same specs, the P780 felt just a slightly bit sluggish at times, and certainly won't be able to handle very demanding 3D...

By tbreak.ae on

Lenovo P780 is a typical mid-range phablet when you consider its specifications, but it is set apart from the crowd thanks to the solid build quality and its enormous battery. The fact that it is priced slightly higher than the other phones in similar...

By FoneArena on

Only thing that works for the P780 is the big size battery, while basic usage performance is up to the mark with design, weight and cameras being the minuses. Go for the P780 if you want a phone with its high battery...

By pcquest.com on

Tech giant Leno has traditionally not been one of the biggest players in the smartphone market but starting with the P780, it might be ready to change all that. The major is hoping to make a big splash with its thoughtfully crafted and convenient to use...

By knowyourmobile.in on

The Lenovo P780 is a step in the right direction. While the major focus of smartphone makers' innovation has been on improving the hardware specifications, and stuffing in features, power optimisation and conveniently-long battery backup have been...

By Gadgets360 on

Lenovo P780 is a great value for money device available in the market for a price of around Rs. 19,000. Its a decent performer both on the gaming and application day to day usage scenarios. It will give you an awesome battery backup, which is an issue...

By gadgetstouse.com on

The Lenovo P780 brings quite a few good features to the table. The build is solid and the battery life is great. The preloaded UI may not appeal to all but I think its ok and gets the job done. The down side is that the camera is average and the battery...

By Digit on

At Rs 18,799, the Lenovo P780 brings in a good battery backup which is one of most crucial things today for a smartphone. Along with that it has speedy hardware and a superb build quality complete with a metallic back panel that has been very...

By TheMobileIndian on

Unboxing Lenovo P780 shows earplugs, microUSB cable, USB cable and power chord. Lenovo P780 smartphone with 5 inch 1280x720 display is available in India price upwards of Rs 17,000. The phone epitomizes Lenovo's top notch design and build quality which...

By pcquest.com on

A recent survey by Nielsen found that for Indian buyers, battery life is the second most important decision factor in buying a smartphone -- right after brand and before screen size. Indeed, we have argued before that battery life is the only spec that...

By gizmodo.in on

This one is definitely a winner in the mid range segment. Its enormous battery, a strong built quality and a great camera makes it a real deal and it totally frees you from carrying your charger everywhere you go. Its UI is worth mentioning and its power...

By intellectdigest.in on

Technology is in that phase where people don't even want to imagine their lives without their smartphones. It's a shame then, that even the crème de la crème of the smartphone category (tablet/phablets), despite all their functions and abilities, barely...

By gqindia.com on

If you are in the market for a mid-range smartphone, you should really consider the Lenovo P780. It is a powerhouse of battery, has an amazing camera and a great UI. The only trouble with this handset is that it is a bit bulky compared to phones like...

By mobigyaan.com on