- Prasid Banerjee , Digit
The Lenovo A6000 is currently the best budget Android smartphone that you can buy.
Reviews (8.3/10 Avg. rating)
One of the most affordable 4G LTE
The standout feature of Lenovo A6000 is its ability to support 4G networks in India. The build quality and the performance also deserve a mention especially after considering its price tag. The Snapdragon quad-core processor, a capable GPU and 1GB of RAM hold things together very well and you can’t ask more from a mid-range smartphone.
Lenovo A6000’s camera performs better than most of the smartphones in the similar price category. The software is one aspect where things can get better, but there’s nothing to worry as it can be improved with timely firmware upgr... Full review
A pretty awesome smartphone that is definitely worth checking out
The Lenovo A6000 is pretty great value for money. Performance is solid, build quality is good, the display and battery life is decent, there’s 4G support, and the camera is okay. What’s not to love?
That being said, the strange omission of a notification light can be annoying. And the camera can only record video at a maximum of 720p resolution, but that is still pretty great considering other phones in this price range, like the Lumia 532, cant record HD at all.
It is also worth mentioning that, as much value for money as it is, the Lenovo A6000 has no one... Full review
Smooth performance, light weight design, and superb battery life.
A budget smartphone with impressive battery life
Fails to live up to its promise
Does 4G make this phone worth it? In my opinion, no. The real benefit of 4G connectivity is in high-speed data usage, which translates to faster browsing, faster YouTube videos, and so on. However, the A6000’s poor performance as a phone negates the benefits of 4G connectivity. What’s the point of faster internet if your browser is going to crash? What’s the point of loading pages fast if the keyboard doesn’t pop up quickly enough to type what you want?
Add to this, the A6000 is available only through Flipkart in the annoying flash sale model introduc... Full review
64-bit comes to the budget segment
As a budget device, the Lenovo A6000 is a very good smartphone, for now. Lenovo’s edge is in the fact that it is first to market with the new SoC. Looking at the performance of this device, we expect the new Redmi 2 (with similar specs, but 2GB of RAM) smartphone to be much better. Also, it's only a matter of time before competitors come up with similar, if not better devices.
Not to take anything away from the A6000, it is a very good budget device, but certain areas like the screen and battery can be improved upon. Competitors may capitalise on exactly these aspects. Curr... Full review