4000mAh Lenovo P780 now on sale

Lenovo’s successor to last years P770 is now available to buy in China with larger display, faster CPU and bigger battery. Lenovo P780 details here.

The Lenovo P780 follows the companies new design signature which began with the Intel Powered K900, but manufactured from black plastic rather than a brushed alloy material.
Despite the large 4000mAh battery, the phone is still quite thin at just 9.9mm, in comparison the JiaYu G4 has a 3000mAh battery but is over 10mm thick.

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The rest of the phone is either large or more powerful than the previous dual-core P770. The 5-inch 720p display with Gorilla Glass protection is an ‘ultra-sensitive’ model so you can use the phone with gloves, a quad-core MT6589 Mediatek chipset with 1GB RAM gives the P780 a performance boost and the new 8 mega-pixel main camera can capture 1080p video and has built-in apps for burst photos and GIF creation.

Running Android 4.2, with dual SIM cards, the P780’s 4000mAh battery offers a claimed 120hours of battery life!

Sales started yesterday here in China at 1999 Yuan ($320). It’s not clear if Lenovo will launch the P780 internationally themselves, but the phone will more than likely turn up on reseller sites soon.

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  1. Matheus
    June 18, 2013

    Andi, i’m sorry for asking it here, but since you have tested both umi x2 and jiayu g4, in your opinion, which one is better? What about screens? Can you spot any diference between both? Thanks.

    • June 18, 2013

      JiaYu G4, it is better made and the OS isn’t buggy. The screen is also brighter on the G4 too. Yes, there is a difference between the 1080 and 720 but not enough of one to have me buy the UMi.

      • Manos
        June 18, 2013

        Andi I think Jiayu vs Lenovo the winner is Lenovo…What do you think?
        As for the 720 vs 1080 for sure the 720 is very good !

        • June 19, 2013

          Yep, but it is a very unfair comparison really

          • hyle
            September 14, 2013

            I know it’s a bit late now, but will you be doing a review of this phone?

            • September 14, 2013

              Not likely sorry

  2. Manos
    June 18, 2013

    I think this is better than the Jiayu G4 but is bigger and for sure you need more money international its going to be 400$ for sure!
    I like this for the battery nothing more….

  3. June 19, 2013

    I think few days back Lenovo announced plans to launch this phone in India, they even announced it’s price…….

  4. galihpermadi
    June 19, 2013

    anyone knows any international online store that is selling this phone right now?? trusted one of course…

  5. giancarlo
    June 19, 2013

    I am looking for a dual sim FULL ACTIVE cell phone. what are the choices ?

    • Manos
      June 20, 2013

      ZTE U960
      HTC T528w One SU
      HTC E1 603e
      HTC Desire 606w

  6. abdul
    June 26, 2013

    here in indonesia, p780 sell at $310, available in half on july

    • murak
      June 26, 2013

      I have a question: What 3G frequencies does the P780 support in Indonesia? In China it seems it supports WCDMA 2100 and in India WCDMA 900/2100. I live in Sweden and need the WCDMA 900mhz band so I´m wondering where I´m supposed to order from =). Any help would be nice. Thanks!

      • Stanley
        June 28, 2013

        I have the same question as Murak. The Indian Lenovo site shows WCDMA 900/2100. But other retailers in China only show the 2100 band, I also need the 900 band. Is it an omitted error? Thanks.

  7. August 17, 2013

    I really liked the phone until I saw it has only 4 GB of rom,
    I heard only 700 mb are available for apps , is that true? why is that?!