Lenovo to Hop on to Flipkart Platform for Exclusive Indian Launch of A6000 Smartphone; Phones Debuts at CES 2015

January 12, 2015, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

The world is running behind the 64-bit technology in the field of smartphones. Unlike in the previous cases, the Indian market has also picked up pace and has been up for launches of smartphones. The new smartphone now added to that array is the Lenovo A6000 smartphone.

Lenovo made the debut of its 64-bit smartphone for the global market at CES. And, it isn’t in any mood to delay the launch in the Indian markets.

The Chinese manufacturer will be following the likes of their homeland counterpart Xiaomi to make effective an exclusive sale through the online window.


Flipkart is the online retailer who will be bringing the 64-bit LTE smartphone to the Indian market. Among the cheapest in the market to boast 64 bit processing technology, the Lenovo A6000 is sure looking for a jump in market share with the upcoming smartphone, which wouldn’t go down without a rivalry either.

The A6000 smartphone is the international variant of the K3 smartphone released by Lenovo in China, and it runs the Qualcomm Snapdragon 410 chipset and a 1.2GHz quad-core Cortex-A53 processor. The 5 inch IPS display will be coming with a resolution of 1280×720.

An 8MP primary shooter and a front shooter will fill up the camera specs of the dual-SIM phone. With a RAM of 1 GB, it will be offering 8 GB in the storage front and a battery backup of 2300 mAh.

The specs barely tend to be spellbinding when keeping aside the 64-bit factor. However, the pricing factor would give the A6000 some attention. The price tag of the device has been kept at $169, which on reaching the Indian shores would be under INR 10,000.

Lenovo will have to surpass a stiffer competition in the market though. Topping the list among their rivals would be Micromax Yu Yureka, which comes with higher specs including larger screen, faster processor, greater RAM, and all these with a pricing of Rs 8,999.

It just needs to be seen for how much Lenovo finally decide to sell the A6000. Anything above the INR 9K mark can sure shed interest.

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