A60 Review of Lenovo, Lenovo Specifications Features Advantages Disadvantages A60 ~ Mobile Phone Center

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A60 Review of Lenovo, Lenovo Specifications Features Advantages Disadvantages A60

A60 Review of Lenovo, Lenovo Specifications Features Advantages Disadvantages A60 high interest on the Android device made a number of vendors are starting to release a cheap Android phone, one of which presented Lenovo A60.
LENOVO A60


In addition to targeting the users of the Android beginner, A60 with dual SIM card is apparently also markets its products to the lower middle segment. What kind of performance of this phone? Consider the following detikINET review.

Design

In terms of appearance design, nothing special about the phone berbanderol USD 1.7 million of this. Dimensions 116.5 x 59.9 x 13.2 mm make the phone looks great and the 'fat', not too comfortable when tucked into a pocket.

Weights 135 grams, heavy for size of the phone is wrapped in black plastic casing. The advantage, though wrapped in plastic, the phone is not slippery when held. Even so, the impression of trying to be displayed through the touch of elegant metallic silver color material around the phone.

Area of ​​3.5-inch touch screen emblazoned on the face of the phone. This is not the only navigation phone, because there are three physical buttons at the bottom of the screen. These three buttons are shortcuts to settings, home and back. At the top right corner of the phone, there is a VGA camera for video calls.

The power button is located at the top of the phone, in line with 3.5 mm jack for a headset and a USB 2.0 port. On the right side of the phone is placed buttons to increase or decrease the volume, along with a button to take pictures while activating the camera feature. Not to forget, the main camera is 3.2 megapixels in the back of the phone ring stand.

Screen

A60 equipped with a capacitive touch screen with HVGA resolution of 480 x 320 pixels. At 3.5 inch size, this resolution can be counted on to present the display is clear.

Tried to navigate, the shift between menus was smooth. The screen of this phone also supports multi-touch capabilities so users can pinch or pinch as zoom in or zoom out on a view.

Performance

Keep in mind, A60 is a phone that fall into the category of entry-level. As long as used for functions that are not too heavy, Mediatek MT6753 processor embedded in the body capable of doing a good job.

However, when tested perform heavier tasks such as playing games for example, do not expect too much. Naturally, if slow, its 650 MHz processor is not qualified showing excellent performance.

Luckily, the Android version 2.3.5 to use this phone provides a number of value added can cover at least a little disappointment in his movements.

Another note, this phone's internal memory capacity of only 220 MB of space when downloaded thus limiting the range of applications that can not be transferred to the SD card.

Dual SIM Card

Presenting two SIM card slots seem to be a 'weapon' Lenovo to lure users, aiming at the phenomenon of 'have more than one phone'. When the phone battery is released, you will see two SIM card slots are placed in piles. Under the SIM card slot for CDMA while the top slot to insert a GSM card.

Seemed to have two phones, both SIM cards active simultaneously. A60 already has a 3G network connectivity capabilities. This applies both for CDMA and GSM, which automatically displays the 3G symbol while capturing third-generation data networks.

Camera

Two cameras located in the front and rear is not too much added value for this phone. VGA camera in front obviously unreliable picture quality because it is intended for video conferencing.

As for taking pictures or video, 3.2 megapixel main camera on the back of the phone can be used as a mainstay. But again, do not expect too much because the quality of images produced mediocre.

But at least, in the open and bright this camera can capture images better. The absence of a flash light to make the catch disappointing disappointing image when used in a room with less light.

Lenovo A60

In addition to low prices, dual SIM card capabilities and performance backed Android 2.3.3 becomes the main allure among the entry level A60. Some drawbacks such as a camera that is not too good, replaced by other advantages such as a capacitive screen is crystal clear and smooth navigation.

According to the price, do not compare A60 with Android phones berspesifikasi higher. This phone seems Android is targeting the novice user. Well, for them, A60 can be recommended.

Excess Lenovo A60

* Prices are affordable.
* Dual sim card CDMA and GSM active simultaneously.
* Android operating system is 2.3.3.
* Clear capacitive screen.

Lack Lenovo A60

* The camera image is not too good, there is no flash light.
* The internal memory is small.

Specification of Lenovo A60:

3.5 inch HVGA 320 × 480 pixels display
MT6573 650MHz CPU
PowerVR SGX 531 GPU
256MB of RAM
512MB ROM
220MB of internal storage (16GB via microSD)
3G/HSDPA
WiFi 802.11 b / g, WiFi hotspot
Bluetooth 2.0 w / A2DP + EDR
GPS with aGPS support
3.2 MP back camera
0.3 MP front camera
FM radio tuner
Android 2.3.5 Gingerbread

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