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Old 20-03-2017, 09:19 AM   #1
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Lenovo Vibe P2

Anyone using Lenovo P2? Surprised there's no thread on it. Was looking for a new mobile phone and came across this model, good battery life and good specifications. Can anyone share some personal reviews?

It's not launched in Singapore yet but I find the price attractive! RRP is RM1,399 (i guess retail shops will sell it lower, saw RM 1100++ for 4GB/32GB model).

http://lenovomobile.com.my/product/p2/

Processor Qualcomm® Snapdragon™ 625 true octa-core 2.0 GHz
Operating System Android™ 6.0, Marshmallow
Memory RAM: 4GB
Internal Storage: 32GB
Dimensions (HxWxT) 153 x 76 x 8.3 mm
Weight 177 g (0.39 Ibs)
Battery 5100 mAh embedded
Battery Life Active Standby: Up to 32 days' (4G)
Talk Time: Up to 78.69 hours' (4G)
Integrated Camera Rear: 13 MP auto-focus allows HD video recording with single LED flash
Front: 5 MP fixed-focus
Sound 1x Speaker, 3.5 mm Jack
Ports Micro-USB
microSD
Connectivity/Radios Data: GPRS, EDGE, HSPA+, LTE
Speed: LTE 300Mbps (DL) / 50Mbps (UL) CAT 6
4G Network: TDD LTE Band 39/41 (PRC Only)
TDD LTE Band 38/40
FDD LTE Band 1/3/4/5/7/8/20/28
3G Network: WCDMA 850/900/1900/2100 MHz
CDMA 2000 850 (PRC Only)
TD-SCDMA TD2000/TD1900 (PRC Only)
2G Network: GSM 850/900/1800/1900 MHz
CDMA 850 (PRC Only)
WLAN: Wi-Fi 802.11 b/g/n, Wi-Fi hotspot
Bluetooth: Bluetooth® 4.1
A-GPS support: Yes
Radio: FM radio
Network information is subject to change for different regions
Display Size: 5.5" Full HD (1920 x 1080) Super AMOLED display
Type 10-point Multi-touch Capacitive
Color Options Champagne gold
Graphite gray
SIM Dual Nano SIM
Sensors Vibration, Gravitation, Proximity, Light, Gyroscope (Accelerator), Magnetometer (e-Compass)
Social Networking Skype™, Twitter, WeChat
Tools, Productivity, and Daily Life Evernote, Route 66 Navi + Maps, UC Browser, McAfee Security, Tap the Frog, Game Store
Google Maps, Hangouts Google, Google+, Play Music, Play Movies, YouTube, Gmail, Books, News & Weather, Photos, Drive, Chrome, Play Store
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Old 20-03-2017, 10:45 AM   #2
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saw reviews on youtube. battery life insane!
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Old 22-03-2017, 01:36 AM   #3
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Stuff sg review (5 stars )...... http://www.stuff.tv/sg/lenovo
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Old 22-03-2017, 09:21 PM   #4
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Just checked with Lenovo Singapore and slated to launch here in April, tbc
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Old 24-03-2017, 08:59 AM   #5
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Just checked with Lenovo Singapore and slated to launch here in April, tbc
april...... bad choice
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To measure a smartphone's battery life, we run a continuous video playback test. We made the video file using a handful of scenes from Spider-man 2, encoded to H.264 and looped to epic lengths. We then play back the file and record the sound being outputted from a pair of headphones, allowing us to measure how long the file played for before the battery failed.

In Android, we've always used MX Player for playback, but for Windows and iOS devices, we use the phone's internal video player. We also set the phone to aeroplane mode, turn off any automatic brightness and sleep settings and set the screen brightness to a standardised 170cd/m2.

can play for 28 hours!!!!!! with a 5,100 battery

Don't mind to wait for April launch... been wanting to change my Samsung A5 (1st gen) phone for a long time and been looking around for a smartphone with very good battery life

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To measure a smartphone's battery life, we run a continuous video playback test. We made the video file using a handful of scenes from Spider-man 2, encoded to H.264 and looped to epic lengths. We then play back the file and record the sound being outputted from a pair of headphones, allowing us to measure how long the file played for before the battery failed.

In Android, we've always used MX Player for playback, but for Windows and iOS devices, we use the phone's internal video player. We also set the phone to aeroplane mode, turn off any automatic brightness and sleep settings and set the screen brightness to a standardised 170cd/m2.

can play for 28 hours!!!!!! with a 5,100 battery

Don't mind to wait for April launch... been wanting to change my Samsung A5 (1st gen) phone for a long time and been looking around for a smartphone with very good battery life
They left out Asus phones.. particularly the 5,000 mah Zenfone Max (ZC550KL)
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Seems like sg not much interest in this phone
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Any details on the retail price in sg?
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Old 02-04-2017, 07:20 PM   #10
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Any details on the retail price in sg?
No idea, can keep a look out on Lenovo Singapore's fb page. I asked them about the P2 launch through fb
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Correct me if i'm wrong.. most of Lenovo's phone models use MTK processors right?
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Correct me if i'm wrong.. most of Lenovo's phone models use MTK processors right?
this model seems using snapdragon 652/3.
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Old 04-04-2017, 01:59 PM   #13
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this model seems using snapdragon 652/3.
It's using 625 and nand storage only 32GB but with 3 or 4GB ram variants.
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this model seems using snapdragon 652/3.
I know P2 uses Snapdragon processor.. i mean does Lenovo generally use MTK ones for most of its phones?
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I know P2 uses Snapdragon processor.. i mean does Lenovo generally use MTK ones for most of its phones?
Lower end, yes. Zuk Z2, Zuk Edge both using snapdragon processor.

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