Lenovo A6600 Plus Phone Review – Covering the Essentials
Renowned computer brand Lenovo is making solid progress in the mobile industry as well, releasing smartphones that offer commendable specifications despite their wallet-friendly prices. The Lenovo A6600 Plus is a lower mid-range device that comes with a 5-inch display, a quad-core processor with 2GB of RAM, and dual-SIM capability. The key features of the A6600 Plus are mentioned below:
Design and Build
Like other phones in its price category, the A6600 Plus has a polycarbonate body but Lenovo has done a good job to ensure that the phone does not look cheap and tacky. At the front, you can find the usual features of a smartphone – a 5-inch display that takes up most of the space, a 2MP selfie camera and an array of sensors at the top bezel, and capacitive buttons at the chin. The back cover is removable, which gives you easy access to the device’s battery, dual-SIM cards, and the microSD card slots. Although it is deemed as a “Plus” model, the phone till has a compact build which makes it easy to hold and ideal for one-hand operation.
The A6600 Plus is equipped with a 5-inch IPS display with 720p resolution, which is enough for everyday use such as browsing the Internet, replying to emails, gaming, and binge-watching. Colours are reproduced accurately, contrast is decent, and the brightness level is adequate for onscreen elements to remain legible under the bright Malaysian sun.
The A6600 Plus is equipped with an 8MP camera at the back, which performs up to par in well-lit conditions. The images taken by the photos have vivid colours and sharp details which is quite impressive for a smartphone in this price category. The camera is supported by auto face detection, auto scene detection, and zero shutter functions which enhances the quality of the photos taken. In front, you get a 2MP camera which takes decent selfies.
Under its hood, the Lenovo A6600 Plus houses a MediaTek MT6735 quad-core processor clocked at 1.0GHz which is mated with 2GB RAM. General day-to-day usage is relatively smooth, with minimal lags present when operating demanding tasks or when running multiple apps at the same time. The occasional lags and frame rates should not be a reason that hinders you from purchasing the device as the phone is still able to execute most operations smoothly.
In terms of battery life, the 2,300mAh battery pack in the Lenovo A6600 Plus is capable of lasting through a day on light and moderate usage. You should keep in mind too that recharging the phone from 0-100% capacity will take around 2 hours and 50 minutes, hence it is best to have a power bank handy if you are always on the go.