Hello! Guys, Today, I’m going to take look at Lenovo P2 review. This phone is not exactly a new device. It’s been on the market for a couple of months but I get to test it now and get to find out all about all about its features and it’s a 5.5-inch display Phone. But it’s not just about the phone it’s all about the battery. So let’s started-
It has dedicated switch that puts it in power saving mode if you need that the portion of it. You cannot customize the switch and the device comes in gray and gold. On the bottom of the phone, it has a micro USB port, a single loudspeaker as well as on the bottom the device measures just slightly north of 8mm thick. It has a fingerprint scanner up front and you have some gestures to use as a back button as a multitasking switcher. And it looks really good. It has the bezels that you can notice especially on the top and the bottom but also on the sides. It is a little bit bigger than most phones not too much.
The display is a 5.5-inches Super AMOLED panel with a 1080 x 1920p full HD display right here. It looks gorgeous. It’s not the most properly balanced out here and you can see all of that in my review. It’s not perfectly calibrated or balanced but it looks good too. It doesn’t catch fingerprints or finger smudges. It looks fairly good. You can customize took between two color mode have the regular color mode and the normal one and the vibrant one. Which gives you more saturated not so realistic but to most people is better-looking color. SO this what you get Lenovo P2 we use it in the vivid display mode and this is an interface.
It has a 13-megapixel camera on the back of the main snapper features a F/2.0 aperture. The camera is flush with the back so we don’t have that annoying camera bump and camera quality is good but it’s not great. Now the problem with most of the images is that the highlight. The brighter parts of the image get burned. So, the picture doesn’t look perfectly well balanced with the dynamics of flagship phones.
Video recording you have 1080p video and also have a 4k video recording here but don’t expect the kind of detail and sharpness.
Processor & Memory: –
The Lenovo P2 runs on the Snapdragon 625 system chip and what’s fairly well in daily tasks but the interface is definitely outdated. This is one not so good looking interface, especially with the icons, are and many other aspects. This just not look modern it runs on Android 6.0 Marshmallow and Lenovo is actually promising this will bring the Android 7.0 Nougat update.
This phone has 32GB of onboard storage with 3/4GB of RAM or 64GB storage with 4GB of RAM which is enough. You also have a microSD card slot that you can use to expand memory up to 256GB.
Typing experience good on this phone. We have plenty of screen space, you have the G-Board keyboard, in this case, does a pretty good job of typing no issues here.
The Performance of this phone is decent but it also had some bugs we notice that sometimes something just wouldn’t scroll right but those are just minor things. Now is the Snapdragon 625 good for power users. This is not a phone for gamers but it will handle rate most regular games just fine and it’s very excellent battery efficient.
In terms of battery life, this is a phone that impresses, It has 5100 mAh battery which is great. we get 3 days with regular use no holding ourselves back here. We can use this phone all out watching the videos, Playing games, everything it still 3 days. It’s very solid battery performer and it runs extremely well.
Overall, It runs fairly well, the fingerprint scanner is fast and accurate. The camera is good but not great. You have some battery saver mode that you can check out in the settings. Call quality is very good, we had no issues with call quality on this phone. It has the microUSB port, not the USB type-c port which is a nice convenience but in all honesty, the micro USB port is no deal breaker here.
The phone looks good, it has a metal back cover. It has two strips of plastic up top and the bottom those are typical. There is no other phone that offers such level battery longevity at such a price point and as such a performance. So at this price range, this phone is great to buy.
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|Indian Buyers||Buy Now||Price|
|Lenovo P2||$ 181.89|
SIM- Single SIM (Nano)
Launch- 2016, November
|BODY||Dimensions- 153 x 76 x 8.3mm
|DISPLAY||Type- Super AMOLED, 1080 x 1920p (401 PPI)
Protection- Corning Gorilla Glass 3
|CAMERA||Rear- 13-MP, F/2.0, 21mm, PDAF, Dual-LED flash
Front- 5-MP, F/2.2, 1080p
Video- 2160p@30fps, 1080p@30fps
Features- 1/3″ sensor size, 1.12 µm pixel size, geo-tagging, touch focus, face detection, HDR, panorama
|PROCESSOR||OS- Android OS, Version 6.0 Marshmallow
Chip- Snapdragon 625
CPU- Octa-Core 2.0 Cortex A-53
GPU- Adreno 506
|MEMORY||Internal- 32GB, 3 or 4GB RAM/ 64GB, 4GB RAM
External- up to 256GB (microSD)
|FEATURES||Sensors- Fingerprint, accelerometer, gyro, proximity, compass|
|CONNECTIVITY||WLAN- Wi-Fi 802.11 a/b/g/n/ac, Dual-Band, Hotspot
USB- microUSB v2.o
-Bluetooth, GPS, NFC & Radio available
|SOUND||-Loudspeaker & 3.5mm headphone jack available
-Active noise cancellation with dedicated mic
|BATTERY||Li-Ion 5100 mAh|