Lenovo Makes its Smartphones Available in Pakistan

After doing an announcement event in Karachi, Lenovo has now made their smartphones available at stores throughout the country.

According to reports, four Lenovo smartphones are currently available in market and at online stores.

The models introduced in Pakistan are the A369i, S650, S860 and Lenovo’s flagship model, the S850.

Lenovo S850 targets fashion-conscious customers while Lenovo S860 is mid-range high performing Dual-SIM phone with 5.3 inch HD screen. Lenovo S650 is decent Android phone with limited budget. And Lenovo A369i is dual-SIM 3G android phone with price tag of Rs. 8,900.

Interestingly, as mentioned above, all these Lenovo smartphones are dual SIM devices.

Without giving any deadline, Lenovo has said that its high-end flagship device Vibe Z2 Pro will be made available in Pakistan soon.

Lenovo phones will be distributed in Pakistan through Tech Sirat (Pvt) Limited that will offer 12 months service warranty for the devices. Moreover, Tech Sirat will also offer six months battery replacement warrenty in case of any issues.

Tech Sirat has also partnered with Daraz.PK to make these phones available online.

Here are the prices and specs for the Lenovo Phones in Pakistan:

Lenovo S860

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  • Price: PKR 35,500
  • Dual SIM
  • Chipset: Mediatek MT6582
  • CPU: Quad-core 1.3 GHz Cortex-A7
  • GPU: Mali-400MP2
  • OS: Android OS, v4.2 (Jelly Bean), upgradable to v4.4.2 (KitKat)
    • Design:
      • Dimensions: 149.5 x 77 x 10.3 mm
      • Weight: 190 g
    • Display:
      • IPS LCD capacitive touchscreen, 16M colors
      • Size: 720 x 1280 pixels, 5.3 inches (~277 ppi pixel density)
    • Memory:
      • Card slot: No
      • Internal: 16 GB
      • RAM: 2 GB
    • Connectivity:
      • GPRS, EDGE, 3G, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, USB
    • Camera:
      • Primary: 8 MP, 3264 x 2448 pixels, autofocus, LED flash
      • Secondary: 1.6 MP
    • Battery: Non-removable Li-Po 4000 mAh battery

    Lenovo S850

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    • Price: PKR 24,900
    • Dual SIM
    • Chipset: Mediatek MT6582
    • CPU: Quad-core 1.3 GHz Cortex-A7
    • GPU: Mali-400MP2
      • OS: Android OS, v4.2 (Jelly Bean)
      • Design:
        • Dimensions: 141 x 71 x 8.2 mm (5.55 x 2.80 x 0.32 in)
        • Weight: 140 g (4.94 oz)
      • Display:
        • Capacitive touchscreen, 16M colors
        • Size: 720 x 1280 pixels, 5.0 inches (~294 ppi pixel density)
      • Memory:
        • Card slot: No
        • Internal: 16 GB
        • RAM: 1 GB
      • Connectivity: GPRS, EDGE, 3G, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, USB
      • Camera:
        • Primary: 13 MP, 4128 x 3096 pixels, autofocus, LED flash
        • Secondary: 5 MP
      • Battery: Non-removable Li-Po 2000 mAh battery

      Lenovo S650

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      • Price: PKR 16,900
      • Dual SIM (Mini-SIM, dual stand-by)
      • Chipset: Mediatek MT6582
      • CPU: Quad-core 1.3 GHz Cortex-A7
      • GPU: Mali-400MP2
      • OS: Android OS, v4.2 (Jelly Bean)
        • Design:
          • Dimensions: 138 x 69.8 x 8.8 mm
          • Weight: 126 g
        • Display:
          • Capacitive touchscreen, 16M colors
          • Size: 540 x 960 pixels, 4.7 inches (~234 ppi pixel density)
        • Memory:
          • Card slot: microSD, up to 32 GB
          • Internal: 8 GB
          • RAM: 1 GB
        • Connectivity: GPRS, EDGE, 3G, WiFI, Bluetooth, USB
        • Camera:
          • Primary: 8 MP, 3264 x 2448 pixels, autofocus, LED flash
          • Secondary: VGA
        • Battery: Li-Po 2000 mAh battery

        Lenovo A369i

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        • Price: PKR 8,900
        • Chipset: Mediatek MT6572
        • CPU: Dual-core 1.3 GHz Cortex-A7
        • GPU: Mali-400
        • OS: Android OS, v4.2.2 (Jelly Bean)
          • Dual SIM: Mini-SIM, dual stand-by
          • Design:
            • Dimensions: 124 x 64 x 11.7 mm (4.88 x 2.52 x 0.46 in)
            • Weight: 120 g)
          • Display:
            • Capacitive touchscreen
            • Size: 480 x 800 pixels, 4.0 inches (~233 ppi pixel density)
          • Memory:
            • Card slot: microSD, up to 32 GB
            • Internal: 4 GB ROM,
            • RAML 512 MB
          • Connectivity: GPRS, EDGE, 3G, WiFi, Bluetooth, USB
          • Camera:
            • Primary: 2 MP, 1600 x 1200 pixels
            • Secondary: No
          • Battery: Li-Po 1500 mAh battery

          Tech reporter with over 10 years of experience, founder of ProPakistani.PK


          • Shaykh ul Islam Tahir ul Qadri

            #Repost

            • AAA

              Allama sb aap b to 50 dinon se 1 hi speech repost kr rahe hain dharnay mei :P

              • Khurram ShahzAd

                Can’t understand why people make these fake ids anyway..

                • Dr. Aamir Liaquat Hussain

                  no need to understand, I am the real one same as Allama sahab

                  • Khurram ShahzAd

                    Yeah, you got it, I had you too in mind when I made that comment. May be both of these two ids own b you. Koi pata toa nai hota na, Btw i am obama and khurram is my cover id. Oh, i just busted my cover.

                    • Dr. Aamir Liaquat Hussain

                      No that’s not my id as you can see the names. As far as I know , obama’s cover id was osama and he busted himself in a covered operation.

                      • Muhammad Naeem Uddin

                        ^ mind = blown

          • Fawad Hassan

            You know what. Send those phones back to China which have Android < 4.4

            • Saad Durrani

              These are upgrade-able to 4.4, apart from the A-series phone.

              • Shahid Saleem

                How useless! Upgrade to 4.4 when the next android release is less than one month away? Not a plus at all.

                • Saad Durrani

                  Pray tell how many Kitkat phones are available in the market currently under official warranty, apart from Samsung (which by the way released its mid-range KK offerings in August) and Qmobile (which released its KK offerings in Sept). And even if the Android L is released tomorrow, it will take a few weeks (or months) before OEMs start to push updates. Lastly, Lenovo is a partner in Android One program. So, one should expect good things.

                  • Shahid Saleem

                    My point is, right at the time when Kitkat is going to be outdated, why sell a phone that has pre-KitKat Android and can be upgraded to KitKat?! What prevented companies from selling 4.3 and 4.4 phones for a whole year? KitKat was released to AOSP almost exactly one year ago. Even after that, companies are still selling 4.2 phones and tablets. Makes sense? Not to me.

                    And what does local market have to do with anything?

                    • Saad Durrani

                      You buy your phones from the local market, don’t you? That’s the legal way of doing things, right. Kitkat won’t be outdated for another good three or four months even if Android L comes out today, at this very moment. Updates take time unless you are Nexus (or to an extent Motorola) user. These are the first four in the 10 expected phones that are to be released in Pakistan. If you have more question, ask Lenovo_ME on Twitter.

                      • Shahid Saleem

                        Yes I buy from local market with warrant . But I admit I only buy Nexus for myself. For others I have tried other companies. That is the source of my frustration with older Android devices in 2014.

                    • Kashif

                      I also want to add that if you really know about the newer OS, you must know that the latest OS requires more powerful hardware. And bro, many peoples here and also in India want to get a phone like (iPhone6) in less then 6K
                      Simply the amount you give the phone you get

                      Also Kitkat is released by Google, OEM and other vendors have to change the OS and some things to match their hardware, if they don’t your phone will get hang and gives you very bad performance, this is the reason we get the phone with most stable OS @ company.

                  • Kashif

                    I agree, also I want to ask the persons saying (or may be dying) about KK and Android L, I have an ICS phone with 4.0.1 can you please give me any solid reason to get a phone with KK or Android L? Do you really know the benefits or just a simple user who upgrade the system on updated OS without knowing the changes and features etc?

                    • Shahid Saleem

                      #1 reason: KitKat uses fewer resources and works on devices with 512 RAM unlike 4.3 or 4. . So it is in the interest of manufacturers who want to save money to use KitKat. It is optimized for lower end devices, on faster devices it works better than 4.3 also.

                      Good enough for you??

          • Lenovo will meet the same fate as Haier. Mark my words :)

            • Imran Jabbar

              Never. Lenovo is a big name.

              • Big ships, sink faster :)

                • Kashif

                  Did you ever used Haier or Lenovo? or still stuck with Nokia and Samsung?
                  I did not used Haier and Lenovo but as being a technical person I disagree what you say.

            • Dr. Aamir Liaquat Hussain

              disagree zohair sahab. mark my words too

            • Saad Durrani

              Haier banked on Shahid Afridi’s face and he dumped Haier just before the launch. Lenovo, on the other hand, has big money.

          • AAA

            I don’t understand what type of minds are there sitting at the top of such companies like Haier & Lenove etc etc. People with similar mentality, when decide to sell their FX cars ask 5 lac price because they think their car was the one & only flawless thing ever made by Suzuki… Idiots!!! How come they survive with such phone specs. Huawei Honor 3c & G700 both have 2 GB Ram & better specs and both are cheaper than this s850 thing.

          • danish

            WHAT about a536?

          • Khurram ShahzAd

            Nice to see more and more manufacturers entering the cell phone market. More competition means more quality in less cost to end user. However, all of these phones seem stuck at jelly bean.

          • ZeeshanShahid

            Love the battery on S860.

          • HTC ONE

            CPU mediatek ka…. Price Qualcomm ki… Flop

          • LOL A860 more than 35000 who will pay for this instead of High-end Nexus 5, Noir Z5, & Huawei 3X those still cheaper than this nut

          • Sher Khan

            Lenovo is rebranding QMobile with higher price. Same mediatek processor.

          • Eli Ehsan

            Attention All future buyers: When you see a “Mediatek” Processor flagged on a Device. Expert opinion is; ABORT MISSION….

          • Mughal

            All future buyers should wait for Android One, or else they will stuck to JellyBeans for the rest of their lives.

          • Geekpk

            Mediatek processor in PKR 35,500 phone :D why not get Nexus 5 for that money.

          • Sulaiman Lalani

            let buy some junkies from the storage of China & start producing Waves brand new Android Enabled Phones (brand manager: pehk do market me ye phones koi naa malumm afrad zarur kharid lega & qeemat sirf 35000 )

          • Nice smartphones at most reasonable rates but look bigger and heavier. overall specifications are quiet satisfactory.

          • Muhammed Ovais Alam

            16GB memory…. Are you mocking me Lenovo?

          • DevilMind

            if Chipset is Mediatek then just stay away from that phone no matter what!!!!