Lenovo A7000 Plus first impressions, benchmarks, camera sample

It's sweeter in the second time. After I didn't have a chance to be on it's initial launch, Lazada Philippines saved the day as they had their first unboxing sessions together with fellow tech and lifestyle bloggers featuring Lenovo A7000 Plus

Before this gathering, one of my fellow tech blogger and a comment straight from the admin of Lenovo Mobile PH FB page confirmed that the A7000 Plus was the South East Asia version of Lenovo K3 Note that we already saw from a number of local distributors. Here's what I got.

These are the front and back portions of the Lenovo A7000 Plus box. Even for it's affordable price tag, it has a pretty good packaging.


Aside from the phone, those who will buy will have 1.5 ampere USB plug, micro USB to USB cable, screen protector and transparent protective case that is glossy on the outside, matte on the inside. The USB plug reminds me of the Lenovo Vibe Shot but I have to confirm if has the very same output.

The front has 5.5 inch IPS Full HD display with 5 MP front camera, LED notification and Android capacitive buttons. The back has 13 MP AF rear camera with flash and f/2.0 aperture, single speaker, quite unique placing of noise-cancelling mic and Lenovo logo. The back cover is removable and it has a matte finish.


3.5 mm. audio jack and micro USB port at the top, pin hole mic at the bottom.


Nothing at the left as you can locate the volume rocker and power/unlock button at the right.

I'll jump in the screenshots. These are the UI of the rear and front cameras of the A7000 Plus which is quite clean and good thing, both shooters can shoot at 16:9 aspect ratio at their advertised specs.


At 64-bit 1.7 Ghz Mediatek MT6752 octa-core processor with 2 GB RAM, 16 GB ROM and Full HD resolution, it maxed out on 46,200 verified score on Antutu. That's quite huge. It has a 5-point multi touch


In terms of sensors, it got an impressive number at 7 including accelerometer, light, orientation, proximity, gyro, sound and magnetic. The internal memory was from Samsung.


Due to limited time, I was only managed to get a 13 MP rear camera sample shot from one of the spots from Lazada Philippines office at good lighting environment. This shot is good for it's price but the weakness will reveal once you zoom in at the text parts of the pizza boxes. I only shot it at 1.5 feet away from the subject.

Lenovo A7000 Plus 13 MP rear camera sample

First impressions: As this is the SEA version of Lenovo K3 Note, I have to compare it too from the said device. In terms of UI, I'll gonna love on the K3 Note from apps, pulldown menu and settings. The Lenovo A7000 Plus got a huge advantage on availability, getting more out of your warranty and the freebies. Based on the few minutes that I played this device, I might gonna have that much problems if this will be my daily driver. In overall user experience, I'll have it at 4 out of 5. By the way, it is USB OTG capable.

Lenovo A7000 Plus is now available at Lazada Philippines for Php 7,999. Better to (buy here!) if you are planning to buy as you are also helping the cause of this blog.

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September 26, 2015

Lenovo A7000 Plus first impressions, benchmarks, camera sample

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It's sweeter in the second time. After I didn't have a chance to be on it's initial launch, Lazada Philippines saved the day as they had their first unboxing sessions together with fellow tech and lifestyle bloggers featuring Lenovo A7000 Plus

Before this gathering, one of my fellow tech blogger and a comment straight from the admin of Lenovo Mobile PH FB page confirmed that the A7000 Plus was the South East Asia version of Lenovo K3 Note that we already saw from a number of local distributors. Here's what I got.

These are the front and back portions of the Lenovo A7000 Plus box. Even for it's affordable price tag, it has a pretty good packaging.


Aside from the phone, those who will buy will have 1.5 ampere USB plug, micro USB to USB cable, screen protector and transparent protective case that is glossy on the outside, matte on the inside. The USB plug reminds me of the Lenovo Vibe Shot but I have to confirm if has the very same output.

The front has 5.5 inch IPS Full HD display with 5 MP front camera, LED notification and Android capacitive buttons. The back has 13 MP AF rear camera with flash and f/2.0 aperture, single speaker, quite unique placing of noise-cancelling mic and Lenovo logo. The back cover is removable and it has a matte finish.


3.5 mm. audio jack and micro USB port at the top, pin hole mic at the bottom.


Nothing at the left as you can locate the volume rocker and power/unlock button at the right.

I'll jump in the screenshots. These are the UI of the rear and front cameras of the A7000 Plus which is quite clean and good thing, both shooters can shoot at 16:9 aspect ratio at their advertised specs.


At 64-bit 1.7 Ghz Mediatek MT6752 octa-core processor with 2 GB RAM, 16 GB ROM and Full HD resolution, it maxed out on 46,200 verified score on Antutu. That's quite huge. It has a 5-point multi touch


In terms of sensors, it got an impressive number at 7 including accelerometer, light, orientation, proximity, gyro, sound and magnetic. The internal memory was from Samsung.


Due to limited time, I was only managed to get a 13 MP rear camera sample shot from one of the spots from Lazada Philippines office at good lighting environment. This shot is good for it's price but the weakness will reveal once you zoom in at the text parts of the pizza boxes. I only shot it at 1.5 feet away from the subject.

Lenovo A7000 Plus 13 MP rear camera sample

First impressions: As this is the SEA version of Lenovo K3 Note, I have to compare it too from the said device. In terms of UI, I'll gonna love on the K3 Note from apps, pulldown menu and settings. The Lenovo A7000 Plus got a huge advantage on availability, getting more out of your warranty and the freebies. Based on the few minutes that I played this device, I might gonna have that much problems if this will be my daily driver. In overall user experience, I'll have it at 4 out of 5. By the way, it is USB OTG capable.

Lenovo A7000 Plus is now available at Lazada Philippines for Php 7,999. Better to (buy here!) if you are planning to buy as you are also helping the cause of this blog.

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