Lenovo A7000 Review: Worth Considering

By on Email @exolete

Lenovo A7000 was introduced as the first smartphone with Dolby Atmos built-in. On headphones it works perfect but doesn't have much effect when listening via its speakerphone. Talking about the speakerphone, its tinny and isn't that loud. The audio output via the headset jack isn't that loud either, and considering its a audio-centric device, its a disappointment. But the Lenovo A7000 gets a lot right, it performs well in day-to-day usage, gaming as well as multitasking. Its cameras are quite decent and the display looks good (better than the YU Yureka). Battery-life is also good here. The Lenovo A7000 should definitely be in contention if you are looking for a budget 4G phablet.


It performs well in day-to-day use, has decent cameras and a good display with good battery-life, just wish the audio output was better.


  • Vibrant Display
  • Good Performance
  • Good Battery-life
  • App & App-data Movable
  • Decent Cameras
  • 4G LTE, USB OTG Supported


  • Speakerphone is tinny, low in volume
  • Heats-up in Calls, Gaming
  • Build Quality could've been better
  • No Gorilla Glass Protection

Score Breakdown

  • Build and Design
  • Display
  • Network Reception & Call Quality
  • Camera(s)
  • Music & Video Playback
  • Gaming
  • Performance
  • Battery-life
  • Software
  • Total Score
    8.1 10.0
Lenovo A7000 Specs and Photos
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