Lenovo A6000 Plus Review

General Description

Lenovo A6000 Plus, successor of Lenovo A6000 was launched in month of April 2015. Just by looking at the phone its pretty much impossible to distinguish between these two devices.  Even the sound button, 3.5 mm jack port and the USB port all are at the same place where it was in Lenovo A6000.

 

 

Comparing with Predecessor

Differentiating the two, A6000 Plus wins over its predecessor. It has 2GB of RAM, with 16GB inbuilt memory unlike A6000 which had 2GB RAM, 8GB inbuilt memory respectively. All the other specifications are almost same, 4G connectivity, Bluetooth 4.0, everything.

 

 

Detailed look

Now, talking about A6000 Plus, it has a solid built quality with matt-ish back finish along with the slight curve near the rear edges, gives the device a nice feel and it is lightweight, only 128 grams. Lenovo has designed it quite compact, also slim  hence its  easy to use. Its 5inches of display don’t look huge because of its ~69.8% screen-to-body ratio which is ideal for a device of such display. The upgraded RAM(compared to A6000) provides very good speed/performance, backed by latest generation of 64-bit processor. It has got Dolby speakers with a decent sound not that much but appreciable for a smartphone under this range. 2300 mAH Battery provides a good or I can call it almost amazing backup. Its HD IPS display makes it feel cool while using, and yes its has ~294ppi of pixel density, quite satisfactory but again I will say good for a device falling under this price range. Now talking about its camera, it has a high resolution 8MP AF rear camera which takes satisfactory pictures, auto focus is quick and accurate, sounds cool ain’t it and the 2-megapixel front camera does a satisfactory job. Also its  camcorder supports 720p of video recording. Lenovo A6000 Plus supports 4G, hence its future ready and also Airtel is going to launch its 4G services all over the country sooner so the people having A6000 plus will get reason to celebrate. 

 

Conclusion

Binding up the review I would say that Lenovo A600 Plus is pretty amazing device under the price range of 10k, with amazing battery backup, decent camera, and a tag of being future ready device.

 

Himal Pant

Tech-savvy, loves to get information about any new development that happens in technology field. Rookie Blogger,rest of the adjectives are yet to develop.

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