Lenovo launches high-end smartphone 'S860' in India

Chinese tech giant Lenovo today launched in India its high-end S-series smartphone 'S860', priced

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at Rs 21,500.

The S860 combines sleek design elements with quad-core performance and features such as longer battery life for an overall impressive mobile user experience, Lenovo said in a release.

"The new range of S series smartphones complements the users' aspirations. Bundled with stylish design, blazing fast processing speeds, and integrated Lenovo proprietary apps, these phones provide customers a great user experience without sacrificing performance," said Sudhin Mathur, Director-Smartphones, Lenovo India.

The company said S860 is a powerful and responsive smartphone that offers battery life of up to 43 hours. The device is powered by a 1.3 GHz quad-core processor, running on Android Jelly Bean and 2 GB RAM, the release said.

The handset also boasts of sharp image capture functions equipped with a flash-equipped 8 MP rear camera to snap and share amazing photos. It has an integrated 16 GB storage and comes with a dual SIM capability.

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