64-bit Lenovo A805e phablet will cost less than $200


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Chinese tech fans are going to be the first lucky few to get their hands on the sub $200 Lenovo A805e 64-bit phablet with LTE.

The Lenovo A805e has been spotted by Chinese tech site VR-Zone where it is reported that the phablet will features the latest 64-bit Qualcomm processor. The SoC in question being the Snapdragon 410 which features energy efficient Cortex A53 cores and built-in support for 4G LTE.

Other features of the phabet include 1GB RAM, 8 mega-pixel main camera, 8GB of internal storage, NFC and micro SD. It has not been announced what frequencies the phone will work on other than it will support some WCDMA, GSM, TDD-LTE and FDD-LTE networks, or if it will launch outside of China officially, but at only $200 we expect there will be a lot of interest.

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9 Comments

  1. frank
    June 28, 2014

    64-bit machine with 1gb ram… what is the point? GTFO with that marketing bullshit! LOL.

    • lollingtons
      June 28, 2014

      You have literally no idea what you are talking about.

      • mutante
        June 29, 2014

        apparently you don’t either. real question is why the f**k would you NEED a 64-bit mobile device? WTF are you doing on your smartphone that requires that much power? like the dude said, marketing, just like 4X HD screens on 5-inch devices. LOL.

        • lollingtons
          June 29, 2014

          “640K Ought to be Enough for Anyone”

          I will accept your apology in absentia.

      • Andy Midd
        June 29, 2014

        One of the main benefits of having a 64bit processor at all, is the fact that it will allow the CPU to address over 4GB of memory – so putting 1GB in is kind of pointless…

        • lollingtons
          June 29, 2014

          If you think ’64bit’ simply means ‘only the address bus is 64b wide’ you need to go and read more wikipedia or something.

          • Andy Midd
            June 29, 2014

            That’s why I said ‘one of the main benefits’.

            There are other theoretical benefits such as faster bus speeds and possible use of the architecture in building more secure apps. But, as it stands at the moment, Android doesn’t even fully support 64bit (Until ‘L’) , and when it does your benefits are going to be limited to increased memory addressability to begin with…

  2. lol
    June 30, 2014

    we no need 64 bit or 4k display what we actually need is newer battery technology and non breakable screen.

    • Kamui
      July 1, 2014

      Finally a guy that really knows about marketing and what people want. 😛