Another device that came to Rostislav, as described by me, is the Lenovo IdeaTab S6000. The device is also available in 3G version. A good screen and sufficient memory makes the tablet an indispensable mobile assistant. In general, the model is distinguished by a balanced set of characteristics and a number of features, which will be considered in this review.
- Operating System: Android 4.2
- Processor: MediaTek MT8389 1200 MHz
- Cores: 4
- RAM: 1 GB DDR2
- Built-in memory: 16 GB
- Memory card support: microSDXC, up to 64 GB
- Screen: 10.1 ", 1280x800, TFT IPS, glossy
- Pixels Per Inch (PPI): 149
- Video Processor: PowerVR SGX544
- Rear camera: 5 million pixels.
- Front camera: 0.3 million pixels
- Work time: 9 hours
- Battery capacity: 6340 mAh
- Dimensions (LxWxD): 259x180x8 mm
- Weight: 562g
Here emphasize the originality of manufacturers will not work. Before us is the usual, most common, design: the front panel is made of plastic, the screen frames are quite wide, the Lenovo logo is located below.
The back panel is made of plastic with a grooved texture, on top of the panel is a 5MP main camera lens, on the sides there are two speakers.
On the left side is the volume rocker key, connectors for microHDMI, microUSB, SIM-cards and microSD. The last two are hidden by caps.
As for the dimensions, despite the subtlety, Lenovo S6000 can not be called a lightweight device. Build quality is not the worst, but the case creaks under compression and pressure.
The 10.1-inch tablet received an IPS screen with a resolution of 1280x800 pixels, and a pixel density of 149 ppi.
Perhaps many people will have lip curls due to resolution, but I want to say that the picture is pretty good. If you do not peer at every pixel and are not professional connoisseurs of high-quality displays, then you will be satisfied. Good color reproduction, high contrast and wide viewing angles - is this not enough?
The only negative is the lack of brightness, which becomes noticeable in sunny weather.
The device supports up to 10 simultaneous touches.
Lenovo S6000 is equipped with a MTK MT8389 quad-core processor, built on Cortex 7, 1 GB of RAM, PowerVR SGX 544 video adapter.
All heavy games started without problems - Asphalt 8, Temple Run 2 or Dead Trigger 2.
As for heavy videos, they also open and play seamlessly thanks to the FullHD hardware decoder.
Test results in various benchmarks:
- AnTuTu Benchmark: 13447
- AnTuTu 3DRating: 2100
- Quadrant Benchmark: 4046
- SQL Benchmark: 32.012 sec
- BenchmarkPi: 386 ms
- Linpack: 126.248 MFlops
- Vellamo: 1558/488
- NenaMark 2.4: 44.9 fps
- Epic Citadel, High Quality: 22.7 fps
- 3DMark - The Gamer`s Benchmark: 3190/1567/2576
- Basemark ES 2.0 Taiji Free: 14.02 fps
- Basemark X 1.0: - fps / - fps
- BrowserMark 2: 2097
- Basemark OS 2: 210
- Basemark GUI: 53.943 / 71.296
There is nothing special to write about, since in fact Android 4.2.2 is almost a bare OS, with several additional applications.
The 6350 mAh capacitive battery does not disappoint. In our text on the battery, the tablet lasted 9 hours 54 minutes with a constantly turned on screen at half brightness and working WiFi. With moderate use, the device should last for 2-3 days.
As mentioned earlier, the tablet received a main camera of 5 megapixels and a front camera of 2 megapixels. The pictures are ordinary, nothing supernatural, unfortunately.
Since the stereo speakers are located on the rear case, if you put the tablet on the table, face up, then the sound ... No, it will not be muffled, thanks to the bevel of the case.
The sound quality is quite average: at a high volume level, distortion and noise are heard. It is better to use headphones, in them the sound can be called acceptable.
This tablet is perfect for those for whom autonomy and performance are paramount: you can afford not only watching movies in high quality or surfing the Internet, but also launching many heavy toys.
Final rating: 5 out of 10.