Smartphones nowadays can cost a bomb due to the variety of functions that they provide. As technology advances, so are smartphones becoming increasingly loaded with so many features and compatible apps, to the point that there are many apps that are seldom or never used even after years of using the smartphone. Hence, if you are looking for a phone that features solid basic features that are enough to fulfill your smartphone needs, then the Lenovo A396 is the smartphone for you.
In Hong Kong, it is common to have two phones with different contact numbers respectively, whereby one will be used for personal usage whereas the other will be used for work-related matters, such as contacting clients, handling appointments, et cetera. However, with the A396, you can handle both work and personal matters in one device, thanks to its dual-SIM capabilities. Being able to support dual-SIM means that the smartphone can support two SIM card, hence two numbers in a single device. This makes multi-tasking much easier, as all the contacts and information are all saved in one device and you do not to carry two separate phones everywhere.
In Hong Kong, we often find ourselves stuck in traffic for a significant amount of time daily, thanks to the legendary traffic time. Sometimes, we end up wasting an hour on two in the traffic jam when we could have used the time to complete more work. The A396 enables you to be more productive by utilizing the time that you are stuck in a bottleneck, as the phone supports Microsoft Word, PDF file format and all common image formats such as JPEG and PNG. This means that you can continue your pending work while you are stuck in a jam so that you can properly relax and put your mind off work when you reach home.
Despite being a smartphone that is in the low-end price range, the A396 still offers a decent performance with its quad-core processor. You are still able to open up images and documents smoothly on the smartphone, making this phone an ideal phone for individuals who like to finish up some work while they are heading to the next appointment or if they are stuck in traffic.