Lenovo A6000 benchmark results compared and unboxing
The Lenovo A6000 recently became available in India and is being sold through flash sales. It’s a smartphone that offers real value for money and it’s in huge demand, and because of this so far the available units have sold out in seconds. If you’re considering purchasing this device you may be interested in Lenovo A6000 benchmark results compared and also an unboxing.
At the following links you’ll find our comparisons of the Lenovo A6000 with the Moto G 2nd gen, Micromax Yu Yureka, and also the Xiaomi Redmi 1S, so please do check them out for details of full specs and the price. Key specs include a 1.2GHz Snapdragon 410 quad-core processor, Adreno 306 graphics, and 1GB of RAM, and it’s always good to know how performance compares with other handsets.
The first YouTube video from Fone Arena that we have embedded below this story shows various benchmarking tests being conducted on the Lenovo A6000. The tests are Quadrant, AnTuTu 4, Vellamo, Linpack Single Thread, Linpack Multi Thread, Nenamark 2, GFX Bench, Basemark X, and Basemark OS II.
At the end of each test you’ll see the score attained by the A6000 and then a tablet showing where it stands against some other handsets. Just a few of these are the Xiaomi Redmi Note 4G, Samsung Galaxy E5, Asus Zenfone 5, and Huawei Honor Holly. We’re not going to list all of the results here as you might prefer to find out when viewing the video, but it’s a pretty mixed bag.
The second YouTube video below is an unboxing of the Lenovo A6000. It will show you what to expect if you buy this handset, first giving a look of the entire packaging with a brief overview of the phone. You’ll then see the unboxing, and after the handset is removed the reviewer shows the other box contents. These include a screen protector, battery, earphones, and more.
The reviewer then inserts the battery and runs through the hardware before powering up the A6000. This offers a short look at the software experience, and the remainder of the video gives some useful insight into the device. After you’ve viewed the videos we’d be interested to hear your thoughts.
Are you impressed enough by the benchmarks and unboxing that you are determined to try to get hold of the Lenovo A6000? Maybe you’re also considering an alternative smartphone, and if so which one? We always appreciate receiving comments from our readers.