• 6" (960x540) IPS LCD
  • 1GB
    MT6582M SoC
    8GB Storage
  • 5-MP Rear: 1 Camera
  • 2500 mAh

Specifications Highlights
ProductLenovo A880 (2014)
Display6" 960x540 IPS LCD
Rear Camera(s)
  • 5-MP (Primary)
Selfie Camera(s)
    Computing
    • MT6582M SoC
    • 1GB RAM
    • 8GB Storage
    • MicroSD (64GB max.)
    Battery2500 mAh
    DesignIP Rating, 196g (6.9oz), 164x85.4x9.3 mm (6.46 x 3.36 x 0.37 inches)
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    Display
    TypeIPS LCD
    Diagonal (inches)6"
    Display/Body Ratio70.9%
    Resolution960x540
    Sharpness (PPI)184 PPI
    Features
    • Multitouch
    Color Depth24 bit (16,777,216 Colors)
    Primary Camera
    Megapixel5-MP
    Hardware Features
    • Flash
    Battery
    Battery TypeLi-Ion
    Battery Capacity (mAh)2500 mAh
    Computing
    Processor BrandMediatek
    Processor NameMT6582M
    Processor # Cores4
    Main Processor Frequency (GHz)1.3 GHz
    RAM Options1GB
    Internal Storage Options8GB
    Memory Card TypeMicroSD
    Mem. Card Max. Size64GB
    Operating System + VersionAndroid 4.2.2
    Communications
    Modem Features
    • GPRS
    • EDGE
    WiFi Speed
    • b
    • g
    • n
    WiFi Features
    • Hotspot
    Bluetooth VersionBluetooth 4.0
    Bluetooth Features
    • A2DP
    Connector TypeMicro USB
    SAR EU Head0.31 W/Kg
    Multimedia
    Audio Alerts
    • VIBRATION
    • MP3
    • WAV
    Audio Features
    • Loudspeaker
    • 3.5mm Port
    • FM Radio
    Audio Formats
    • MP3
    • WAV
    Video Formats
    • MP4
    • H.264
    Sensors
    • Accelerometer
    • GPS
    • A-GPS
    • Proximity

    Lenovo A880 Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)

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    No. the Lenovo A880 does not appear to be water-tight as we do not see an IP-Rating.
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    No, the Lenovo A880 960x540 resolution is not 4K.
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    No, the Lenovo A880 is not capable of Wireless Charging.
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    No, the Lenovo A880 does not feature Qi Wireless Charging.
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    No, the Lenovo A880 is not a 4G handset.
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    No, the Lenovo A880 is not a 5G handset.
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    No, the Lenovo A880 is not a USB-C phone.
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    No, the Lenovo A880's battery cannot be removed.

    Lenovo A880 Specs & Speed Benchmarks

    Antutu

    Higher is better

    3DMark Unlimited Icestorm

    Higher is better

    GFXBench T-Rex (Offscr.)

    Higher is better

    Battery Capacity (mAh)

    Higher is better