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Lenovo K920

  1. surfstar=cfc
    Gingerbread Jul 5, 2014

  2. Crayon128
    Jelly Bean Jul 5, 2014


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  3. OpofanIT
    KitKat Jul 5, 2014


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  4. oneplusoneplus
    Jelly Bean Jul 5, 2014

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  5. rir9005
    Gingerbread Jul 5, 2014


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  6. lestergoh
    Ice Cream Sandwich Jul 5, 2014


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  7. major90
    Ice Cream Sandwich Jul 5, 2014


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  8. Tricky
    Ice Cream Sandwich Jul 5, 2014

    Tricky , Jul 5, 2014 :
    Another great low cost phone by Lenovo is the Golden Warrior A8 with LTE for $130 (China only).

    Specifications

    • 5-inch 1280 x 720p display
    • 1.7GHz octa-core MT6592 CPU
    • 2GB RAM
    • 16GB on-board ROM
    • 13 mega-pixel rear camera with dual LED flash, 5 mega-pixel front facing camera
    • Android v4.4.2 (Vibe UI 2.0 overlay)
    http://www.gizchina.com/2014/07/03/...vo-golden-warrior-a8-goes-official-china-130/
     

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  9. psymin
    Honeycomb Jul 5, 2014


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  10. yotam_dobrin
    Jelly Bean Jul 5, 2014


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  11. drmartin
    Moderator Moderator Jul 5, 2014

    drmartin , Jul 5, 2014 :
    MT6592... you might as well just throw your money out the window. It's so underpowered.
     

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  12. drmartin
    Moderator Moderator Jul 5, 2014

    drmartin , Jul 5, 2014 :
    Have you ever bought anything from Lenovo before? :) They'll customise the hell out of it, and since they seem to be releasing a new phone every week there will be very little traction for a vibrant community creating custom roms for it. You're much better off finding a device with pure android (like the Nexus line) or one which is fully supported by Cyanogenmod (like the OPO).
     

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  13. Mutantpotato
    KitKat Jul 5, 2014


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  14. jss
    Gingerbread Jul 5, 2014

    jss , Jul 5, 2014 :
    +1
     

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  15. DigitalAnarchy
    Jelly Bean Jul 5, 2014


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  16. Tricky
    Ice Cream Sandwich Jul 5, 2014

    Tricky , Jul 5, 2014 :
    I wouldn't say underpowered. They aren't no Snapdragon processors. But, they have good performance to price ratio. My main concern would be MediaTeks reluctance to open source code, thus why most Mediateks are stuck on Jellybean or lower. But, hopefully that will change soon with the Android One programs, where Google is partnering with Mediatek to bring low cost phones. This will also help better optimize phones for better speed.
     

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  17. borceg
    Honeycomb Jul 5, 2014

    borceg , Jul 5, 2014 :
    Just one big NOOOOO. It's heavily customized and just take a look at the rom development of its predecessor, it does not exist at all. Thus, this one is going to have the same fate.
     

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  18. Ryan
    KitKat Jul 5, 2014


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  19. drmartin
    Moderator Moderator Jul 5, 2014

    drmartin , Jul 5, 2014 :
    Even if they did release the source, they are popping out new processors so fast, who would want to invest their time into creating custom kernels for them? It would take a VERY popular mediatek powered phone to do that... and right now, they are being sold more like disposable phones. They'll never get an update, so you have to toss it out if you want the latest greatest.
     

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  20. Giuseppe90
    Ice Cream Sandwich Jul 5, 2014

    Giuseppe90 , Jul 5, 2014 :
    ahahahahahahahahahah great? "1.7GHz octa-core MT6592 CPU" is a shit!
     

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