Subzz, 13 Apr 2016The a6000+ lollipop update has the most number of bugs on a smartphone.. No solve to that.. No... moreI m on 5.0.2 A6000 . It's running awesome. I think it didn't installed to it device properly
if only they came with a decent camera app. .. the native one is buggy and the pic shot and the one on the screen doesnt even look the same. .even with manual settings. . .
Am also existed and upgraded my k3 note to 6.0. It's not upgrade man it's trash lot of bugs. Literally my phone become useless after update
mir, 13 Apr 2016Not even the galaxy flagships get this level pf support.K3 note update is full of bugs. Both cameras are not working after marshmallow update. Better wait and see. U may feel 5.0 is better than update
Installed the update few days back and I am impressed. The touch problems have decreased a lot. battery drain is comparatively less, phone does not heat up as much. the interface is awesome. I still need to rack my brains around the SD card being used as internal storage. Overall, much needed update and well done Lenovo.
pst.. A7000 is missing the VR option which K3 got in its marshmallow update.
Lenovo is on right track after acquisition of Motorola. Timely android version upgrades.
Love this phone 45000 points on antutu for £100. Great value, great phone and great support from lenovo definitely going to stay loyal to the brand.
The a6000+ lollipop update has the most number of bugs on a smartphone.. No solve to that.. No, I am not begging Marshmellow on that device, but atleast a smooth running OS, just like when it was launched, no lags no stutters.. Battery drain has gone high, lags in games, hangs often, multitasking and ram management has turned worst.. No fix at all? Wtf is lenovo doing here?
AnonD-266812, 13 Apr 2016and what about lenovo k4 note?They will push it for sure. May be they are testing Internally with Vibe UI
Frankly speaking... Lenovo surprised us by pushing updates to its famous mid range phones. Kudos Lenovo... First time impressed with Lenovo's support. ( Not a 7000 user)