the cheapest 4g smartphone comes to india
In January 18, Lenovo launched the A6000, bringing the cheapest 4g phone to India.
At CES 2015, Lenovo decided to make India the first market for the A6000.
How good is Lenovo\'s new budget player, a quick review. .
Lenovo A6000, priced at only Rs 6,999, is the cheapest phone with 4g features.
The A6000 is a dual SIM phone that supports 4g lte connectivity and supports FDD 1800 MHz (Band 3)
And TDD 2300 MHz (Band 40)
Other popular connection options.
The second SIM card slot of the phone does not support 3g or 4g connections. .
Lenovo has chosen the fashion \"registered sales\" model of the A6000 and has partnered with the e-commerce website Flipkart to become its sales partner.
Interested users must register in the window between January 18 (6 pm)
January 27 (till 6 pm)
, Is eligible for consideration when the phone is actually in the market.
At two o\'clock P. M. on January 28, only registered members have the opportunity to buy mobile phones. .
The phone is a rectangular frame, about 8.
2mm thick, about 88gms in weight.
The top of the phone comes with 3.
5mm jack and micro USB port.
The right edge of the phone comes with volume and power buttons.
The tactile response of both buttons is very good.
Lenovo chose to provide matte finish for the phone, and the removable back panel retains matte finish.
Not only does this provide good grip, but thankfully the body is not a finger print magnet.
Users can choose a custom Lenovo A6000 back panel from another available white or red color.
Of course, these additional removable panels are sold separately. .
Considering that Lenovo A6000 is a budget phone, this phone has an impressive 5-Inch HD display.
With a resolution of 720x1920 p, the display with a pixel density close to 294 ppi is expected to become clear and vibrant.
The variant of the IPS panel means that the viewing angle is very good and the brightness is good. .
Lenovo A6000 comes with 64-bit 1.
2 GHz Snapdragon 410 4
Core processors that should be of interest.
Carrying 1 gb of RAM means that the phone is well configured considering the budget. .
The phone runs Android version 4. 4. 4 (KitKat)
Operating system, Lenovo custom user interface Vibe 2. 0 took a shot
The developer of the custom UI decided to throw away the app drawer and the result was that the app and widgets were scattered across the home screen.
Overall, the phone is free and the movie viewing experience goes well.
However, only some lag is noticed when switching between applications.
Lenovo mentioned Android ver 5. 0 (Lollipop)
Will be released as an upgrade in the future. .
The phone comes with an 8MP rear camera with LED flash and a 2MP front camera.
Both cameras have proven capable of completing their respective tasks.
In particular, the front camera quickly browses through the selfie lens.
The rear camera is also impressive, although the budget means that the details of the shoot are not spectacular. .
Lenovo A6000 depends not only on 4g functions, but also on 5-
In order to increase its chances, inch HD panel.
The phone is also equipped with stereo speakers that support Dolby Digital Plus technology.
This is also a big advantage.
The speakers are located at the back and the sound becomes very loud and clear. .
Lenovo decided to provide a total of 8 gb of memory for the A6000.
This makes the emergence of scalable memory card slots a huge advantage.
Users can add up to 32 GB, which should prove to be good enough. .
Lenovo a6000 comes with a removable battery of 2,300 mAh.
The company claims the phone is able to provide 13 hours of talk time and 11 hours of standby time. 5 hours.
This should satisfy the user.
It\'s not easy to compete with companies like Xiomi Redmi 1 s, Asus Zenfone 4 and Micromax YU Yureka, but Lenovo a6000\'s specs and first impressions make up for a promising start
The only possible deterrent might be the uneven promotion of 4g technology in the country.
Not to mention the server problems that may arise during the flash sales process and the limited equipment means a painful time for interested buyers.
As far as Lenovo is concerned, it seems to have covered most of the base and has indeed come up with a strong competitor to claim in the budget space.