[CES 2015] This year’s edition of CES has seen Lenovo roll out its fair share of “winners”, so to speak, including the LaVie Z convertible laptop and a couple of tablets among others. Well, out of all that, apparently one particular smartphone went about unnoticed – the Lenovo A6000. Judging by its hardware specifications, this would more or less be an entry level device, running on a 64-bit Qualcomm Snapdragon 410 chipset with 1.2GHz quad-core Cortex-A53 processor.
Apart from that, it will also sport a 5” 720p IPS display, where the device itself will be accompanied by the likes of 1GB RAM, 8GB of internal memory, a 2MP front-facing camera as well as an 8MP shooter behind. The initial price point is rather attractive – we are looking at $169 a pop (after conversion), especially when you take into consideration how the Lenovo A6000 will come with 4G LTE connectivity alongside a couple of SIM card slots – so that you can carry around your social as well as business contacts all on a single device.
This is basically a smartphone that targets the India market, and I am quite sure it will also be clamoring for market share in other emerging markets throughout the east. Who knows, it might even make for a decent import handset over here in the US.