Major Pros And Cons Of Lenovo A6000 Plus

Major Pros And Cons Of Lenovo A6000 Plus

Lenovo A6000 plus is the hottest smartphone under the budget of 8000 and lots of people are considering it to buy. Here are some pros and cons of Lenovo A6000 plus that you should before this device.

Before heading for pros and drawbacks of this device, here are the key specifications of Lenovo A6000 plus.

Lenovo A6000 Plus
Screen Size 5″ Inches (IPS LCD Touchscreen)
Resolution 720×1280 Pixels (294 PPI)
Protection Yes
Network GSM/HSPA
Dual Sim Yes
4G/LTE Yes
Processor 1.2 GHz Quad Core Cortex A7
Chipset Qualcomm MSM8226 Snapdragon 410
Internal Storage 16 GB
Operating System Android 4.4.4 Kitkat
Camera 8 MP Rear, 2 MP Front
Battery Li-Po 2300 mAh
Price Rs. 7,499

Here are the major pros and cons of Lenovo A6000 plus


1. Amazing Performance With 2 GB RAM 
The 2 GB RAM of A6000 plus is the key factor to its performance and Lenovo has optimized its firmware to use the RAM of this device to its fullest extent. Your games and some decent multitasking will be butter smooth.
2. 4G / LTE Enabled
Lenovo is now one of those few brands that have launched 4G enabled smartphones in this budget price and as per the situations of the major telecom companies, we expect 4G to available in all the major states within one or two years.
3. Processor
Without a doubt, Qualcomm Snapdragon 410 is currently the best processor for this budget smartphone. It’s quick, it optimizes better, it’s battery saver and most of all it’s fast. The only problem with Snapdragon 410 is that it can’t solve heating problems. However, according to some source, there are not much overheating problems with this device.
4. Good Battery Backup
As mentioned above, Snapdragon 410 processor is good for battery optimization and hence the battery backup of the supposedly longer than average.
5. Build Quality
The hardware of this device is completely satisfactory and body design is slim, ligh weight and comfortable with hand and camera is also decent. The parts are of good quality and will give a good life to this smartphone.
Now, there are also some drawbacks of Lenovo A6000 plus and few of them are important to be considered before buying the device. Below are the major cons of Lenovo A6000 plus


1. No Gorilla Glass 

Currently, even some of the smartphone under 5000 INR are sporting gorilla glass 3 and it’s a big disappointment that there is no gorilla glass in this smartphone. Moto E, which is the biggest rival of this device has Gorilla Glass.2. No Lollipop

With brands like Asus, Lenovo and Micromax, updates are always the most annoying thing. If they are not sufficient enough to provide updates, then they should at least provide the OS with new devices. It’s not like just few bug fixes difference between  Kitkat and lollipop. There’s a whole refurnished architecture. Hope Lenovo will provide Lollipop for this device.

3. Capacitive Buttons Without Backlit

There is no backlit for capacitive menu touch buttons. With backlit, it’s easy and quick to use the navigation keys.

So, that’s all we have to share about A6000 plus. Of course, there are some drawbacks, but the device is stillreally great as per its price and if these cons don’t bother you or your priority is in the pros, then you should definitely go for Lenovo A6000 plus video.Lenovo A6000 Plus Hands On By Gadgets To Use

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