Lenovo P770 can last up to 29 hours on a single charge.

If we look at the specs of the P770 though, we will realize that some of the features were sacrificed. For example, it only has a 5 Megapixel r camera with an LED flash. That’s supposed to be an 8 MP camera with it’s price tag of ₱ 11,990.00.

Lenovo P770 Front and Back
Lenovo P770 Front and Back Side.
Credit: Lenovo

Lenovo P770 Makes Up for this with its USB On-the-Go Feature

Have you ever thought of connecting a USB Flash Drive on your Android phone to copy files? How about plugging in an external hard drive? Lenovo P770 has that ability by using a Micro USB to USB adaptor, you can connect any storage device that you like and transfer files directly.

This makes the Lenovo P770 a real mobile computer for me.

Arellano Pastrana also pointed out the dual mic feature of Lenovo P770 which enables it to cancel noise from the surroundings making calls clear.

Full Specs of Lenovo P770

Lenovo P770 Back Side Showing 3500 mAh Battery
Lenovo P770 Back Side Showing 3500 mAh Battery.
  • 1.2 GHz Dual Core Processor
  • PowerVR SGX531 GPU
  • 1 GB RAM
  • Android 4.1 Jelly Bean
  • 4.5 Inches IPS Capacitive LCD Display at 540 x 960 Pixels (245 Pixels per Inch)
  • Dual Sim, Dual Standby
  • WiFi, WiFi Hotspot, 3G HSDPA, Bluetooth, GPS
  • 5 Megapixel Rear Camera with LED Flash and VGA Front Camera
  • Dual Mic Noise Reduction
  • 4 GB Internal Memory
  • Up to 32 GB via MicroSD
  • 3500 mAh Battery
  • ₱ 11,990.00

Lenovo P770 is a Good Android Phone But…

In my opinion, Lenovo P770 is a good phone. It has the latest Android OS, more than enough processing power with its 1.2 GHz processor and 1 GB RAM, a 4.5 inch high definition screen, basic connectivity via WiFi, 3G, GPS and others, a power packed battery and a reasonable price.
However, it is also worth noting that it feels bulky and a little heavy. This is of course a side effect of the 3500 mAh battery that makes it last for a very long period of time.

It’s up to you. You will make the choice. 

Do you want to own a very good looking Android phone but you are always connected to the socket? Or, do you want to own an Android phone that can last up to 29 hours of active use and 12 days of standby time? Add to the latter the ability to connect with a USB Flash Drive. 
Now, what’s your choice?