The market is flooded with mobile devices of all kinds, shapes and sizes with various processors, storage capabilities and many other things. And most everyone is interested in the latest flagship device such as the HTC One M8, the Galaxy S5 or other similar devices. Like Tony McAfee who is highly interested in Blu Products devices, I myself am interested in various other devices too.

Today I’m going to give you my first impressions of a phone from a company that I had never heard of until I was contacted asking if I wanted to review it. The device is called the Yezz Andy A6M and it’s by a company called Yezz based in Miami, Florida. It’s an Android based device with specs slightly different than you’ll find in most mobile phones out there today. That I’ll explain here shortly.

Before we get to the first impressions, you can view my unboxing video below to see what all comes in the box when you purchase and receive your Yezz Andy A6M mobile device.

Specs

  • Processor: 1.3 GHz Quad Core
  • Connectivity: Bluetooth 3.0, WiFi, WiFi Hotspot, GPS
  • Network: Dual SIM cards, GSM(unlocked), Quad Band(850/900/1800/1900)
  • Internal Memory: 4GB expandable to 32GB with SDCard slot
  • RAM: 1GB
  • Data: 3G UMTS(850, 900, 2100)
  • 3D Processor: MAIL 400 – MP2 500 MHz
  • OS: Android 4.2.2 Jelly Bean
  • Screen: 6″ screen, IPS qHD, Capacitive Multi-touch screen
  • Camera: 13.1MP Autofocus rear camera, 5MP front camera
  • Battery: 2400mAh
  • Screen Resolution: 540 x 900

What’s Included In The Box

Surprisingly for a company that seems to not be very popular or that most people haven’t heard of, there’s quite a few things included in the box. Some of it is the normal stuff you get with most mobile phones, but Yezz also includes a few extras, at least with the Yezz Andy A6M.

  • USB to MicroUSB charging cable
  • AC Wall Adapter with USB port
  • Yezz earbuds with inline controls
  • Screen protector
  • Three replacement back covers(Red, black and white)
  • Replacement back cover(black) with an attached flip cover with screen viewing section on the cover

Yezz Andy A6M Accessories

My First Impressions

I wasn’t quite sure what to expect when I was told this device was coming so ultimately I’m quite impressed by what comes in the box. It’s nice to see a company who makes mobile devices provide such things like a screen protector. We all know how precious the screens are on our mobile devices, and for them to care enough to send a screen protector means they are concerned about you taking care of the product. Yes, those screen protectors probably only cost a few pennies since they are mass produced, but hey, it’s the thought that counts.

Then to see replacement back covers isn’t something you see often. Especially when purchasing an unlocked device that’s priced at $249. Yezz includes 4 different back covers. Three of them are simply that, replacement back covers for the device in the colors of red, black and white. The fourth is a black replacement cover that is also a flip cover. The flip cover has a square plastic piece in it for viewing the screen to quickly see the clock and notifications on the device. It includes a magnet so that when you open the flip cover, it turns the screen of your phone on, and when you close it, it turns the screen off. A very nice and handy little feature.

I’ve now had this device for about 3 days now, and while I haven’t had a lot of time with it due to work and stuff, I have used it a fair bit. The one thing that gets me is the size. I’m not one for a larger size phone like your Samsung Galaxy Note and Galaxy Mega devices, as they are too big for my liking. Unfortunately the Yezz Andy A6M is up there with those and for me personally not something I’m crazy about. But that’s only the size of the device.

The other thing I don’t care for is the screen resolution. I like my text and icons small and to have a clear, crisp looking screen. The Yezz Andy A6M has that screen resolution of 540 x 900 and that makes everything seem so large and bulky when viewing the phone. Again, just not for me personally.

Funny thing is though, my dad, who is 70 years old, actually kind of likes it. As we all know with age comes the issue of seeing things as clearly and maybe this is something he could find useful as compared to his Galaxy Nexus.

One thing of interest to touch on, and this will be discussed much more in-depth when my full review of the Yezz Andy A6M is published in a week or so, and that’s the stock storage space of the device. It comes with only 4GB of internal storage, and when you power on the device, with no apps loaded other than stock Android, you are left with .80GB or 800MB of storage space. That’s minimal, if not beyond minimal. However, it does have an SDCard slot and the storage is expandable up to 32GB. So definitely something you can counteract very easily by spending just a few dollars for an SDCard.

The Final Wrap Up

For now, that’s the first look at Yazz Andy A6M device that I’m willing to bet the majority of you have never heard of. In fact, I’m betting a lot of you have never even heard of Yezz themselves. I will include much more about the company itself as well as the device in my full review, which you can expect to see within the next 14 days, if not sooner.

For now, I’ll leave you with the thoughts that I’m impressed with the device in certain ways and not so impressed in others. Both of which I have only slightly touched on in this first impressions post.

Website: Yezz Andy A6M
Website: Yezz Freestyle Mobile

About the author

Cliff Wade

Founder and Chief Editor of TechDissected. I'm an avid Linux user, that's addicted to music, electronics, the internet, computers, Android, iOS and everything tech related! Rocking a Google Pixel 3 XL, iPhone XS Max and several other devices that go beep. Lover of #Cheeseburgers #Android #Penguins #Tech and the #HoustonTexans. Gadgets and Gizmos are my specialty. Customer Suppport Specialist and Social Media Manager for TeslaCoilSW, the makers of Nova Launcher, Nova Launcher Prime and TeslaUnread. If you have any questions just ask as I'm always happy to help.

1 Comment

  • my phone just came today but as i put it togather..an plug it up..it say charge it for eight hours but g’s i done had over 10 phones if not more and they still turn on…this phone will not turn on..i already had to wait a month to receive it..then telling me to wait for another one to be sent…who send a customer a none working replacement phone from yezz!!!