Pros and Cons of Lenovo A6000 Plus

This review is about the Lenovo A6000 Plus Pros and Cons.

The A6000 Plus is an upgraded version of the A6000 but technically speaking Lenovo has upgraded only in a couple of departments and primarily for that reason I have thought to write about the Lenovo A6000 Plus Pros and Cons.

Below are the lists of Lenovo A6000 Plus Advantages and Disadvantages:

10 Reasons to Buy Lenovo A6000 Plus (Lenovo A6000 Plus Pros):

  1. First is the 2GB of RAM along with 16 GB of ROM as internal memory.
  2. Extremely light weight with just 128 grams, its like holding a phone without its battery.
  3. It is a Dual SIM device that can work with 4G LTE networks.
  4. The 5 inch HD IPS LCD display is quite sharp with a resolution of 720 x 1280 pixels which gives it a pixel density of 294 ppi (pixel per inch).
  5. Very premium sound quality as it has Twin Dolby Digital Speakers.
  6. The 8 megapixel camera produces a decent quality of images.
  7. For multitasking it is powered with a Snapdragon 410 which is a 1.2 GHz Quad-core 64 bit CPU.
  8. Adreno 306 with 400 MHz speed creates an lag free experience of Gaming.
  9. Antutu benchmark gives a very good score which is of 21098, that’s a score basically can be seen in mid budget smartphones.
  10. Decent Vibe UI.

 

 

5 Reasons Not to Buy Lenovo A6000 Plus (Lenovo A6000 Plus Cons):

  1. There is no any app drawer, you will need to install a third party app which are always buggy.
  2. No Android v5.0 (Lollipop).
  3. Low battery at 2300 mAh.
  4. The 8 megapixel cannot record videos in Full HD resolution.
  5. The SAR Value (Specific Absorption Rate) is quite high at 0.939 W/Kg in the Head and 0.822 W/Kg in the Body. I recommend you to also buy an Anti-Radiation chip if you are planning to buy this smartphone

 

About Nambor Forest 754 Articles
I love trees

Be the first to comment

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published.


*