Indians Looking For A Cheap 4G Phone Can Pickup Lenovo A6000 At $115 1

4G technology has better pace than 3G ever had in India. I mean look at the 4G devices launching in the Indian market and especially the budget segment. Rather, budget segment is getting more attention than the high-end. Recently, it was Xiaomi which came up Redmi Note 4G, priced at a mere $160. Then it was Yu Yureka priced under $150.


Well, the Chinese invasion doesn’t seem to stop. Lenovo has dropped its A6000 smartphone in the Indian market. This is the cheapest 4G phone yet. Pricing is incredible at just $114 (INR 6,999). And it packs enough features to lure away buyers. It’s got a 5 inch 720p HD display, an 8MP AF camera with flash and a 2MP front camera, dual SIM support, twin speakers with Dolby Digital, Bluetooth 4.0 and a 2300 mAh battery. And this is powered by a Snapdragon 410 1.2GHz quad-core processor and 1GB RAM. I’m yet to check out the phone but it sure is a solid option when you go out hunting for new smartphone. And Lenovo, how did you manage to give so many features for such a low price?

Btw, Flipkart will be the exclusive seller for Lenovo A6000. You’ll need to register for it to be able to buy it. Check it out here.

About Swapneel Bandiwadekar

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