Yesterday, Lenovo announced three new phones including the Lenovo A6000 Shot which is priced at Rs 9,999. The Samsung Galaxy Grand Prime LTE is currently available for about Rs 9,900. Here we have compared the phones on the basis of their features.
The Samsung Galaxy Grand Prime LTE is like any other Samsung phone at this price since they all look pretty similar, we can skip to the material. The Samsung Galaxy Grand Prime LTE has a metallic finish surround and a hard plastic back panel. The bezels are average sized, and the device measures 144.8 x 72.1 x 8.6 mm, and weighs 156 grams.
The Lenovo A6000 Shot is a good looking device from the onset. It has also similar kind of thick bezels as the Samsung phone, metal rim and plastic back panel. The Lenovo A6000 Shot measures 140.9 x 70.5 x 8.4 mm, and weighs 130 grams.
The Samsung smartphone comes in white, golden and black colours while the Lenovo device is available in white, black and yellow variants.
Comparatively, I think most of you would like the Lenovo A6000 Shot in terms of looks and it is lighter as well.
Both the smartphones come with 5 inch display However, the display of Lenovo A6000 Shot has high definition (1280×720 pixels) resolution while the Grand Prime LTE comes with 540 x 960 pixels (qHD) resolution only.
So here again the Lenovo A6000 Shot comes at the top.
Processor & Memory
The Samsung Galaxy Grand Prime LTE is armed with a quad-core 1.2 GHz Snapdragon 410 processor which runs with 1 GB of RAM. The internal memory stands at 8 GB to which you can add another 64 GB via a micro SD card.
The Lenovo A6000 also has the quad-core Snapdragon 410, clocked at 1.2 GHz but it comes with much better 2 GB RAM as well as 16 GB of internal storage. It has only 32 GB of expandable memory slot.
The Lenovo A6000 Shot is the winner of this round, thanks to the one extra 1 GB of RAM as well as for its higher internal storage.
The Lenovo A6000 Shot runs on Android Lollipop, with Lenovo’s Vibe UI; on the other hand, the Samsung Galaxy Grand Prime LTE runs on Android KitKat with Samsung’s ouch Wiz UI, but it is upgradeable to Android Lollipop.
Both the OS’ are clean and easy to use. The Lenovo A6000 Shot wins purely because it comes out of the box with the latest Android.
The Samsung Galaxy Grand Prime LTE runs on a 2600 mAh battery which claims to offer 16 hours of talktime on 3G network. The Lenovo A6000 Shot has a 2300 mAh battery that claims to offer talktime of 24 hours on 2G network, 12 hours on 3G, 12 hours on FDD 4G and 19 hours on TDD 4G network. The Lenovo handset is said to offer standby of 12 days on 3G network.
Note that the Lenovo A6000 Shot has a higher resolution screen and a bigger processor; so naturally, it has higher power needs.
So in terms of figures, the Samsung Galaxy Grand Prime LTE is the winner of this round.
The Lenovo A6000 Shot is armed with a 13 megapixel primary camera with auto-focus, flash, and a host of other features. In the front of Lenovo A6000 Shot there is a 5 megapixel shooter.
The Samsung Galaxy Grand Prime LTE has an 8 megapixel primary shooter with auto-focus, geo-tagging, touch focus, face/smile detection, panorama, and video recording at 1080p at 30fps. In its front lies a 5 megapixel shooter that can record videos in 1080p (full HD) resolution.
The Samsung Galaxy Grand Prime LTE is a dual-SIM 4G phone with GPS (A-GPS, GLONASS), Bluetooth 4.0, WiFi, WiFi Direct, WiFi Hotspot, and NFC too.
The Lenovo A6000 Shot is a dual-SIM 4G phone with GPS (A-GPS), Bluetooth 4.0, WiFi.
Unless NFC is something you use, this round is a draw from our side.
The Lenovo A6000 Shot is the better looking phone, with a better display, better processing ability, better software, and better camera too! It really does seem like the Lenovo A6000 Shot has wiped the floor with the Samsung Galaxy Grand Prime LTE. It might have a slightly better battery, but that is clutching at straws when it is comprehensively out done in every other round.