It has become tradition to come up with a phablet phone in the market. Somehow Lemon has entered into smartphone competition few years back but it has been silent and introduced low cost mobile phone earlier. But it looks like they have back again as Lemon P100 would be their first Android phone infact their first phablet phone as well.
Lemon P100 or Lemon Note is the device announced by Lemon mobiles in India. It’s certainly a cheap import from China with Lemon logo on the back and front. But since the Lemon has put forth their steps, they deserve this smartphone entry in the market. The smartphone will include pretty ordinary 5 inches capacitive touchscreen display with DVGA 960 x 640 pixels resolution. The handset will be powered with 1 GHz Mediatek MT6577 processor with PowerVR SGX 531 GPU and 512 MB RAM. It includes 4 Gb internal storage capacity along with a micro SD card slot supporting 32 GB of storage to the maximum. It has 8 mega pixel camera on the rear side with front facing VGA camera and dual SIM capabilities of GSM + GSM with dual Standby time. It includes G-Sensro, Light Sensor and Proximity sensors.
The 2500 mAh battery will ensure that it provides extended battery life of the device since the device is with large screen display. Coming to the price of the handset, it shouldn’t be more than Rs 10,000 in India.
Lemon Note P100 has following specifications –
- 5 inches DVGA touchscreen display
- 960 x 640 pixels resolution
- 1 Ghz MT6577 MediaTek processor
- PowerVR SGX 531 GPU
- Android 4.0 ICS
- 512 Mb RAM
- 4 Gb internal memory
- 32 Gb micro SD card support
- 8 mega pixel rear side camera
- 3G, Wi Fi, Bluetooth, GPS, micro USB, 3.5 mm audio jack
- G Sensor, light sensor, Proximity Sensors
- 2500 mAh battery