Competition is fierce and due to that the manufacturers kept the low prices. There are smartphones that are available as low as Rs. 8,000 and still come with 2GB of RAM. The Lenovo A6000 Plus and the Yu Yuphoria are the two such devices that have almost identical innards, with quad-core Qualcomm Snapdragon SoCs, 8-megapixel cameras, and 4G network support.
So, we have decided to compare these phones to find out which one is worth investing some money.
Lenovo A6000 Plus has the design of solid build quality with a removable back. Although, the display of A 6000 Plus is different to A 6000, as the latter has a more warm display, but both has IPS LCD Panel. Micromax Yu Yuphoria has metallic edges and the rest of the body is of plastic. Yuphoria has a distinctive look as compared to Lenovo A6000 Plus.
Both the phones share the same 5-inch 720p IPS LCD panels that have the pixel density of 294ppi. Yu YuPhoria’s screen is protected by Gorilla glass 3 while Lenovo A6000 Plus lacks the toughened glass, but the device has better colour reproduction than Yu Yuphoria. Although, both the phones has average sunlight legibility and viewing angles.
Both the device, Yu Yuphoria and Lenovo A6000 Plus has 8MP cameras and both the devices’ camera produced comparable amount of detail in daylight shots. Lenovo A6000 Plus gives a better pictures as compared to Yuphoria. Yuphoria’s camera couldn’t handle the overexposure and, as a result, some areas were burnt while A6000 Plus gives a warm tone of images. Although both the phone’s cameras were disappointing in low light.
Comparable to Yuphoria, Lenovo A6000 plus gives a poor quality in 720p. The video recorded in 1080p in Yuphoria was far better than the quality produced by Lenovo A6000 Plus. Moreover, Yuphoria has a 5MP front camera that produces a better quality selfies.
Performance and Battery
Although, both the device shares the same SoC-102GHz Quad-core Snapdragon 410 processor coupled with 2GB RAM, but Lenovo A6000 plus is better in terms of performance than the Yu Yuphoria. Yuphoria lags a bit and apps fail to open.
In terms of battery life, A6000 Plus sustained about 10 hours and 34 minutes in the video poor test while Yuphoria lasted only for 7hours and 27 minutes. Both the device has 4G connectivity and we are contended.
Yu Yuphoria runs on Cyanogen OS 12 based on Android 5.0 Lollipop while Lenovo A6000 Plus runs on Android 4.4.4 and has VibeUP skin on it. Yuphoria has a stark UI and lacks bloatware. Lenovo A6000 plus has an unuseful pre-installed app and lacks customizability.
Both the phones have its own merits and demerits. The fact remains that Lenovo A6000 plus costs you Rs 500 more than the Yu Yuphoria, but Yuphoria has a better sound quality and well-calibrated display while A6000 Plus lacks it.
So, if you ardent music lover than Lenovo A6000 Plus is the phone for you, if you don’t then performance-wise Yu Yuphoria is the better choice in the given budget.