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):
- First is the 2GB of RAM along with 16 GB of ROM as internal memory.
- Extremely light weight with just 128 grams, its like holding a phone without its battery.
- It is a Dual SIM device that can work with 4G LTE networks.
- 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).
- Very premium sound quality as it has Twin Dolby Digital Speakers.
- The 8 megapixel camera produces a decent quality of images.
- For multitasking it is powered with a Snapdragon 410 which is a 1.2 GHz Quad-core 64 bit CPU.
- Adreno 306 with 400 MHz speed creates an lag free experience of Gaming.
- Antutu benchmark gives a very good score which is of 21098, that’s a score basically can be seen in mid budget smartphones.
- Decent Vibe UI.
5 Reasons Not to Buy Lenovo A6000 Plus (Lenovo A6000 Plus Cons):
- There is no any app drawer, you will need to install a third party app which are always buggy.
- No Android v5.0 (Lollipop).
- Low battery at 2300 mAh.
- The 8 megapixel cannot record videos in Full HD resolution.
- 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