Lenovo S920 specifications, features and comparison
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Lenovo S920

Lenovo S920
Lenovo Lenovo S920 smartphone with 5.30-inch 720x1280 display powered by 1.2GHz processor alongside 1GB RAM and 8-megapixel rear camera.

Display

5.30-inch

Processor

1.2GHz

Front Camera

 2-megapixel

Resolution

 720x1280 pixels

RAM

 1GB

OS

 Android 4.2

Storage

4GB

Rear Camera

8-megapixel

Battery capacity

2250mAh
Lenovo S920 detailed specifications
General
Release date June 2013
Form factor Bar
Dimensions (mm) 154.00 x 77.70 x 7.90
Weight (g) 159.00
Battery capacity (mAh) 2250
Removable battery No
SAR value NA
Display
Screen size (inches) 5.30
Touchscreen Yes
Touchscreen type Capacitive
Resolution 720x1280 pixels
Hardware
Processor 1.2GHz  quad-core
Processor make MediaTek
RAM 1GB
Internal storage 4GB
Expandable storage Yes
Expandable storage type microSD
Expandable storage up to (GB) 32
Camera
Rear camera 8-megapixel
Flash Yes
Front camera 2-megapixel
Software
Operating System Android 4.2
Java support Yes
Browser HTML
Browser supports Flash No
Connectivity
Wi-Fi Yes
Wi-Fi standards supported 802.11 a/ b/ g/ n
GPS Yes
Bluetooth Yes, v 3.00
NFC No
Infrared No
DLNA No
Wi-Fi Direct No
MHL Out No
HDMI No
Headphones 3.5mm
FM Yes
USB Micro-USB
Charging via Micro-USB Yes
Proprietary charging connector No
Proprietary data connector No
Number of SIMs 2
SIM 1  
SIM Type Regular
GSM/ CDMA GSM
3G Yes
SIM 2  
SIM Type Regular
GSM/ CDMA GSM
3G Yes
Sensors
Compass/ Magnetometer Yes
Proximity sensor Yes
Accelerometer Yes
Ambient light sensor Yes
Gyroscope Yes
Barometer No
Temperature sensor No

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User Reviews for Lenovo S920
  •  Excellent phone........But ! 19 May 2014

    4/5 stars

    By Praful Yadav

    On the first look, I just thought that it might be another crappy phone, or a re-branded Micromax ! But then the sheer size of the phone, and its ease of functionality kept me going on. Needless to add, it surpassed my expectations several times over. The basic colours on the display were gorgeous ! At first I thought that this was "just normal", but when we compared around 6 phones, on full brightness, the Lenovo was way ahead of the others. The colour gradations and colour clarity (saturation), far exceeded even the famed Nexus 4, and Galaxy Tab. The basic gaming and application usage were normal, and it performs as well as the best leaving nothing to be desired. Of course there were some aspects which could be improved. 1. Battery life - It lasts a full day, on heavy usage, but one is reminded of the Old Old Motorola and Siemens phones, which had to be charged once, sometimes twice a day ! 2.The response is slightly slower than the Nexus 4 class of machines, but this is as expected, as the Antutu ranking is lower. 3. The touchscreen is slightly sluggish. 4. It is only a 4 point touchscreen, though the Call center informed me that this was a 5-point touchscreen. 5. The speaker is small and tinny for music. In the target market they are aiming for, it should have had two speakers, and better speakers. Positive factors' 1. The sheer size makes it easy on the eyes. The Icons and text are very readable. 2. The screen resolution is very comfortable and sharp. 3. The 3G to WiFi switching is good. 4. Phone and Internet functionality is perfect. 5. Other apps also function normally making it a "correct operating smartphone". I feel that Lenovo, with it s reputation for innovation, should have done better. It should have provided full USB functionality. ( reading and writing to flash drives, and using eternal Modems ) A double speaker system ( maybe with Dolby ). Better Quality headphones ( mind you, their headphones are not bad ). Accessories' availability. ( even till today, the screen protectors and hardcases are not easily available ). The charging point cover-flap had come off within 25 days of usage ! The plastic flap is stuck on a flexible base, and the adhesive came off ! How can this be a user-error, or accidental damage, as claimed by the "SERVICE SUPPORT" people. Charging port covers are supposed to be opened and closed ! ! ! ! Of all the phones I have used the charging point covers have not come off even after several years of usage ! ! ! ! ! ( read Samsung ). But for the extremely shabby service response I would have given this phone a BIG BIG - 5 Stars ! Lenovo should be seriously re-thinking their service support. They should be making it more like Nokia !

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