We have the Lenovo A6000 smartphone here at MobilityArena.com towers.Is this the first time we have Lenovo in the house? I think so. The A6000 is a light, handy dual-SIM 4G/LTE smartphone. Yes; this baby will handle your LTE data SIMs. The display is just 5.0 inches with 720 x 1280 pixels, but it looks clear and vibrant. The jet black colour of the unit looks good too. Lenovo says there is Dolby audio support for the twin rear speakers. Music to my ears.
I find the Lenovo Vibe 2.0 user interface quite vibrant too. There’s no app drawer, so this works by swiping horizontally to access installed apps.
The A6000 runs Android 4.4.4 out of the box and there was an OTA update waiting when we connected it to the Mobility hotspot. The update is still running on the device, so we are not sure if that is the Lollipop update or we will get another prompt after installing this, but I can confirm that Lenovo indeed announced and released an Android 5 Lollipop update for it. Hopefully, our review will be with the A6000 running Lollipop. We know how that will delight you.
Here are photos of the short unboxing ceremony that we conducted to welcome this black guy.
In the box are the phone, a transparent snap-on case, USB cable, charging plug, screen protector, audio earpiece, and product information pamphlets.
The A6000 is powered by a quad-core 1.2 GHz processor and 1GB of RAM. Internal Storage provided is 8 GB and there is a slot for microSD cards of up to 32GB size. It packs an 8 megapixel camera. You can check out the full Lenovo A6000 specifications while you wait for our review. Don’t go away!
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