MT6752 Lenovo A7000 Plus launched in the Philippines

If you’re in the Philippines looking for a new phone, the MediaTek MT6752 powered Lenovo A7000 Plus might be a great option. The phone was announced for the country earlier today.

The MT6752 is a tried and tested octa-core SoC, which for some reason doesn’t appear on as many phones as it should (perhaps because MediaTek think its too good for what it costs). Nonetheless, Lenovo seem to have a few MT6752’s to fit into the A7000 Plus which will be sold via Lazada in the Philippines.

Besides being powered by the 1.7GHz MT6752, the A7000 Plus packs a 5.5-inch 1920 x 1080p FHD display, 2GB of RAM, 16GB of on-board storage and 13 mega-pixel / 5 mega-pixel cameras. The dual SIM phone shares more than just the branding with the very popular Lenovo K3 Note.


A 3000mAh keeps the show running for the A7000 Plus. Buyers in the Philippines will have to register on Lazada to be able to make a purchase for the phone later on. The phone will go for 7,999 PHP or roughly US$171.

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