Lenovo P2 is here, check it out.
Ever since the introduction of smartphones, the most irritating thing and the constant complaint have been their batteries. Usually people charge their phone twice a day. Today everyone carries a portable charger with them but now Lenovo P2 will snatch away your extra pair of batteries as it come with 5,100mAH of battery. This massive battery backup helps it to last for 3 days.
Available on Flipkart for INR 16,999, the P2 has the build and a feel of a premium smartphone. The metal body gives it a sturdy feel and look but it looks similar to OnePlus3 in terms of body design. The phones weights 177g which is not bad for a metal body smartphone.
It comes with a display of 5.5-inch which is common and handy. The front part has speakers and a camera at the top as well as a fingerprint sensor on the home button. This also comes with 3.5mm headphone jack. It is a dual sim phone and has a microSD slot and an extra button to switch between power saving mode.
Lenovo claims that it can work for 3 days on full charge, which we obviously doubted at first but guys! It really works for 3 days on full charge. On extensive use the phone was left with 11% of juice on its third day. The phone come with a fast charging on a compatible Micro-USB charger and we managed to get 17% of charge in 10 minutes. But this could have been much more if the phone came with USB-C type charger. To save more battery just switch it to 'Ultimate power saver' and it turns of every feature that consumes a lot of power. You are left with only calls, texts and alarm.
The Lenovo P2 sports a 5.5-inch full-HD (1080p) Super AMOLED display. It is powered by Qualcomm’s 625 octa-core SoC (eight Cortex-A53 cores) clocked at 2GHz. The smartphone is offered in multiple variants — 3GB RAM + 32GB storage, 4GB RAM + 32GB storage, and 4GB RAM + 64GB storage. An option to expand the storage using microSD card (hybrid SIM card slot) is also present.
The Lenovo P2 has a standard camera you would expect from a mid-range phone. It comes with a 13MP primary camera and a 5MP camera on the front. The photos turn out to be bright and reflect natural colours on the AMOLED display. However, since it is a mid-range phone, do not expect mind-blowing pictures like you would expect from the OnePlus 3Tor the Moto G4.
So, the final verdict is that phone really last up to 3 days with standard usage. Just forget about carrying a power bank. The combination of premium build quality, design and a price that can give any mid-range smartphone a run for their money is not a bad deal. The Lenovo P2 might just be the best mid-range smartphone in the market today.