Lenovo A6000 Plus Review (in Android Lollipop)

We might be late compared to others but it was a perfect timing for the blog to be in it. Here's my review of Lenovo A6000 Plus in Android Lollipop.


If you missed my previous related article, here's the preview before the A6000 Plus OTA switch from Android Kitkat to Android Lollipop


After the update, you'll gonna see major changes, first the main page and the dropdown menu. A lot better compared to the Kitkat version.





Compared to the previous version. I found the Android Lollipop version easier to navigate and in terms of switching apps (the "cards" for multi tasking is also available) and cleaner.

The form factor me is like the 5 inch version of Lenovo K3 Note so expected to be an easier one hand navigation for me. The back cover is harder too.

In terms of overall connectivity (calls, texts, Bluetooth, WiFi, LTE) I got no problems on two leading telcos. One bad side for me, there's no LTE only option like in the number of Lenovo phones that I had.


These are the available sensors of the device. On Antutu, it scored around 19,000 which is typical for a SD 410 quad-core processor.


The battery life improved to the updated. On my standard video battery test, it got 10 hours and 53 minutes. Seventy minutes better compared to Kitkat. I can manage the 30 hour timeline with 5 hours screen time with battery saver on and 50% brightness plus mixed usage.



I didn't include the daylight shots on both cameras as this is quite a-ok for me. The test that I had is for the very low brightness with normal shot and HDR in that order.


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Plus normal shots only (no HDR comparisons, shot in indoor lighting)



As of this posting, Lenovo A6000 Plus is selling exclusive in Lazada Philippines for Php 5,999. Now that it has Android 5.0.2 Lollipop via OTA and Snapdragon 410 quad-core processor in a 5 inch phone, the price is not bad for it's performance. The camera is a bit behind the A7000 Plus and K3 Note which is a-ok. Battery life, smoothness and form factor will be the aces of this device. I'll gonna give it 4 out of 5.

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May 12, 2016

Lenovo A6000 Plus Review (in Android Lollipop)

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We might be late compared to others but it was a perfect timing for the blog to be in it. Here's my review of Lenovo A6000 Plus in Android Lollipop.


If you missed my previous related article, here's the preview before the A6000 Plus OTA switch from Android Kitkat to Android Lollipop


After the update, you'll gonna see major changes, first the main page and the dropdown menu. A lot better compared to the Kitkat version.





Compared to the previous version. I found the Android Lollipop version easier to navigate and in terms of switching apps (the "cards" for multi tasking is also available) and cleaner.

The form factor me is like the 5 inch version of Lenovo K3 Note so expected to be an easier one hand navigation for me. The back cover is harder too.

In terms of overall connectivity (calls, texts, Bluetooth, WiFi, LTE) I got no problems on two leading telcos. One bad side for me, there's no LTE only option like in the number of Lenovo phones that I had.


These are the available sensors of the device. On Antutu, it scored around 19,000 which is typical for a SD 410 quad-core processor.


The battery life improved to the updated. On my standard video battery test, it got 10 hours and 53 minutes. Seventy minutes better compared to Kitkat. I can manage the 30 hour timeline with 5 hours screen time with battery saver on and 50% brightness plus mixed usage.



I didn't include the daylight shots on both cameras as this is quite a-ok for me. The test that I had is for the very low brightness with normal shot and HDR in that order.


-

-


Plus normal shots only (no HDR comparisons, shot in indoor lighting)



As of this posting, Lenovo A6000 Plus is selling exclusive in Lazada Philippines for Php 5,999. Now that it has Android 5.0.2 Lollipop via OTA and Snapdragon 410 quad-core processor in a 5 inch phone, the price is not bad for it's performance. The camera is a bit behind the A7000 Plus and K3 Note which is a-ok. Battery life, smoothness and form factor will be the aces of this device. I'll gonna give it 4 out of 5.

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