Recently Lenovo K6 power has received updates to Android Nougat. What's new in everyday use and why is it disappointing?
A few days ago I wrote about the Lenovo K6 Power update. I have been waiting for her since May, which was announced by the manufacturer. I'm very disappointed. I have been a Smartphone for five months and have been rather satisfied with it. Everything has changed the update to Android 7.0 Nougat . To start with a device specification. The phone comes with a Snapdragon 430 supported by 2 GB of RAM. The data is allocated 16 GB, of which less than 9 GB.I found some positives. Using the phone at night has become more comfortable by improved eye protection mode . The previous version of the system only dimmed the screen. Now the blue light is eliminated. The notification bar is clearer. In addition, it is possible to reply to an SMS message from the notification and … it would be enough . Not much like a one and a half gigabytes update. Now negatives . And that's a bit. Throughout my life, the phone surprised me with fluency in work and culture. In fact, he did not overheat, even for longer sessions of use. Everything changed the update – the interface can cope when turning on multitasking manager. Let's continue. The most important feature of this type of phone – the battery. As I wrote in the previous post my best SoT was 9 and a half hours. He was. Because it is no longer, I do not even get close to this result. 6 7 h SoT everything that I manage to squeeze. I also have the impression that battery percentages run faster in a standby state – astonishing thing, considering that in the new Android Doze mode should work better . Not bad … For that I have some minor comments. Instagram tends to hang out when browsing. End the call, the phone sounds loud. Bug or feature? Nothing useful to me. Overall, I am deeply disappointed with Lenovo's update policy. I have not received security updates since January, and the update was delayed by two months. And that is the hole. I hope that in the next few days there will be a patch that will correct at least some of the errors. It remains to me to believe that this is not a deliberate aging device by the manufacturer. It's a pretty new phone – it was launched in late 2016. Does anyone also own this model and have similar problems?