Lenovo A60 Shortcomings Review

Lenovo A60 is the first MT6573-based  Dual Sim Dual Standby, Android 2.3.3 smartphone.  Let IT Geeg tell you the shortcomings of Lenovo A60.

lenovo A60 shortcoming review

1. Entity button is not so good. You have to force to make the button effect. A touch button should be much better.

2. A manufacturing problem exist between the screen and button. When you press the button, it will make creak.

3.  Viewing angle is small. And it is not so colorful under sunshine, which is much worse than Samsung’s.

4. Hot during charging or long time usage. It would affect phone service life.

5. Battery life is not so good.  It can not even support a whole day.

6. Game experience is not so good.

7. No place to hang decoration gadgets.

8. 265MB RAM is too small.

9. Video quality is so bad.

10. Camera is so bad as the revolution is just 3.2 mega pixels. It do not support change focal length. The picture quality is so bad. And there is no flashlight.

If you like play games or take photo, Lenovo A60 is not a good choice though it is cheap. And we think they should take action to improve the screen, battery and camera.

  • Mightyeros

    your review sucks.. you’re expecting too much from a cheap phone.. loser!

  • you see. this is just a “shortcomings” review.

  • Ratratewan

    no flashlight? =)) seriously? lol… omg.. such a bad phone.. no flashlight =)) HAHA

  • spotlight??

  • Bugokku

    Stop making Reviews loser. Don’t expect too much for something that cost less. But for the fact it has more.

  • theReviewerIsSoStupid

    WOw!!! is this for real? are you trying to compare this to a high end smart phone which cost 3 times…flashlight makes a phone great?

  • LenovoRocks

    The very bitter reviewer probably works for another company who is loosing market share from the A60. I been trying to get more information online regarding this phone and I have to say that this is the only “negative”(and obviously exagerated) review. For phone costing less than $200, this is actually a very competitive product. Plus, I don’t know about their smartphones, but its been proven that Lenovo makes awesome sturdy laptops for years.

  • Eumans

    I’ve been experiencing bad button phones, something I won’t know until I already bought it. Thanks for the heads up warning.

  • Chad Senga

    I actually bought mine a couple of weeks ago. For a 153$ phone (6,600PHP), it’s pretty awesome. Lower screen quality, lower RAM and a little thicker than the others somewhat tick me off, but in the end they are fair trade-offs if compared to its higher-end counterparts which cost thrice or more.

    As long as it can run smoothly (using light launchers and not much animation options on), I’m good. I’m also able to play Angry Birds, Cut The Rope, Fruit Ninja, Final Fantasy II (Snesoid) smoothly. Battery life is decent, it lasts me more than a day even with my regular dosage of games and music.

    It runs on 2.3.5 now BTW, and there’s a more upgraded version of it called A65 which also sells 23$ (1,000PHP) cheaper.

  • It’s nice to share your opinion on my post. Any products is developed for specific customers. Lenovo A 60 is exactly developed for users like you.
    Have you made any optimization on your phone? I once don’t think it can run games like fruit ninja smoothly.