Lenovo P2 Review in Hindi, Lenovo P2 Review

Lenovo did very good business in 2016 and the company in India Captured second place. According to a new study from IDC, Lenovo (along with Motorola) saw a significant increase in sales during the October 2016 holidays. in these moto e3 powerMoto G4 series and Lenovo K5 series. Lenovo intends to maintain the record of previous years in the new year also.

lenovo k6 power ,review) And lenovo k6 note ,review) in December launch After doing so, the company launched Lenovo P2 in India in early 2017. This smartphone was launched at IFA last year and the phone has arrived in India four months after its launch in the international market.

your previous smartphone lenovo vibe p1 Like the P2, the most important feature of the smartphone is its big battery. This time however, Lenovo is also promoting the phone’s design, camera and security features. If we look at the price of Lenovo P2, it will compete with other popular mid-range smartphones. Will the company’s first smartphone launched in 2017 be able to repeat the success of last year’s successful smartphone? Let us know in the review.

Lenovo P2 look and feel
lenovo p2 The smartphone is a metal body smartphone. And the aluminum material looks good. Talking about the design, there is nothing new in this phone but the P2 gives an overall premium feel. There is a lot of empty space at the top and bottom of the display. There is a fingerprint scanner integrated into the physical home button. But there is nothing else on the thick chin of the phone.

Lenovo P2 has been launched in India in Champagne Gold and Graphite Gray colors. Weighing in at 177 grams, the phone feels a bit heavy compared to other smartphones in this price range. But one reason for this is the big battery. Lenovo is emphasizing that the Lenovo P2 is thinner than the previous 9.9 mm thick Lenovo P1 at 8.3 mm. The Lenovo P2 feels heavy during normal use and we found it comfortable to use with only two hands, especially while typing.

Volume rocker and power button are provided on the right side of the P2 while on the left side there is a hybrid SIM tray which supports dual-nano SIM. There’s a slider switch on the left, which Lenovo calls a ‘Power Saving Key’, to toggle the Ultimate Power Saver mode. In this mode, you can see a countdown timer to keep track of the remaining battery. The physical buttons and all other buttons work well.


The phone has a micro-USB port with a speaker grill at the bottom while a 3.5mm audio jack is provided at the top. There is a primary camera on the rear with dual-LED flash and Lenovo branding can be seen at the bottom. ‘Made in India’ tag has also been given in this smartphone. The design of the rear panel of the P2 is largely similar to other Lenovo smartphones.

The 5.5 inch Full HD Super AMOLED display given in Lenovo P2 is fantastic. The phone can be used without any problem even in sunlight. Text and photos look quite sharp. And the experience of watching media on the phone is great. Viewing angles are good and color reproduction is also correct. There is 2.5D curved glass to protect the display. However, we were disappointed by the phone’s lack of scratch protection and we encountered a few scratches during our review process.

In the retail box, the customer will get a screen guard, a cover, a data cable, a 24W power adapter, a SIM ejector and an instruction booklet.

Specifications and features of Lenovo P2
The Lenovo P2 is powered by a 2 GHz octa-core Qualcomm Snapdragon 625 (MSM8953) processor. It has 3 GB or 4 GB RAM. Both variants have 32 GB storage.

Many other smartphones have been launched in India with this processor. in these asus zenfone 3 And moto z play ,review) is included. Both cost more than the P2 smartphone.

The 32 GB storage can be expanded up to 128 GB via microSD card. However, a hybrid SIM means that the user will have to choose between a second SIM and a microSD card. There is a 13-megapixel camera on the rear with dual LED flash and Sony sensor. Apart from this, there is a 5 megapixel camera in the front.

As other specifications, features like Wi-Fi 802.11 ac/a/b/g/n, Bluetooth 4.1, NFC, FM radio and GPS/A-GPS have been provided in the phone. This phone supports 4G as well as VoLTE on both SIM slots. And with this, voice calls can be made through Jio network.

Lenovo P2 runs on Android 6.0 Marshmallow on which the company’s Vibe Pure UI is given. Talking about the software, the software in Lenovo P2 is Lenovo K6 Power (review) and K6 Note (review) is the same. The P2 has on-screen navigation buttons instead of capacitive buttons. Lenovo told Gadgets 360 that the P2 is Lenovo’s first smartphone to have on-screen navigation buttons. And it will not have the problem of capacitive buttons not being backlit like Lenovo K6 Power and K6 Note.


Lenovo provides a System Button option in Settings to change the position of onscreen buttons or hide the navigation bar. When this setting is enabled, the user will have to swipe up from the bottom to reveal the hidden button. The P2 has many of the same software features as the Lenovo K6 Power and K6 Note. These also have dual apps so that the user has to login with two different accounts in the same phone. When the phone is switched off, you can activate the phone by double tapping on the screen. With VR mode, the smartphone starts supporting ant VR headset. And with wide touch you can use one-touch shortcuts through floating button. Apart from this, when the phone is in standby mode, you can toggle the flashlight by long pressing the home button.

Lenovo P2 has Security Zone feature but this feature will work only when Dual App Profile feature is turned off. Secure Zone feature lets you configure a secondary account like WhatsApp. Just like previous Lenovo handsets, users will get the option of PIN, pattern or fingerprint sensor to lock the phone.

Gestures can be performed using the fingerprint sensor in Lenovo P2. Can work like back button with a single tap. And you can go back to the home screen with just one click. Long pressing the fingerprint scanner launches Google Now.

Lenovo has reduced the bloatware with the new UI. However, the Lenovo P2 comes pre-installed with a number of third-party apps that can be uninstalled. These include Evernote, McAfee Security, Skype, Truecaller and UC Browser. Apart from this, the phone also has apps like Lenovo Companion, ShareIt and SyncIt.

Many setting panels are available with notifications in the notification shade. The Theme Center app, which comes pre-loaded on the P2, contains a variety of wallpapers, icons, and lock screen settings. We found the UI on the P2 to be quite good and suitable for everyday use.

lenovo p2 performance
Talking about multitasking and general app performance, Lenovo P2 smartphone performs much better. With 4 GB RAM there is enough memory at all times. Watching videos and viewing photos is especially pleasant with the 5.5-inch display. We had a great time playing Asphalt 8 with the P2 and didn’t encounter any frame drops at any point.

Works well on mobile networks all the time and works well at 4G speeds. Talking about audio, the speakers work well for a small and empty room but some problems were seen at higher volumes. Lenovo has once again disappointed with the earphones that come with it. And we would recommend you to use a third-party headset instead of the one that comes with it in the box.


The phone scored brilliantly in benchmarking tests. The 13-megapixel rear camera provided in the phone works fast and focusing is easy due to phase-detection autofocus. The P2 can click macro shots with detail in low-light conditions but landscape shots are average. The detailing in the pictures is fine but noise can be seen at the edges. The P2 takes great pictures in low light. Without any artificial light the photos look quite scattered. Additionally, we noticed that the P2 smartphone fails to focus on the subject in low light and this disappointed us. The camera reproduces colors accurately, but only in photos taken in good lighting.

The camera app on the Lenovo P2 is similar to the K6 Power and K6 Note and is easy to use. The camera can be accessed with just a single tap. The P2 can record full-HD video in stunning quality. Selfies taken in good light can be considered decent but in darkness the quality deteriorates. Overall, the camera on the Lenovo P2 works very well, although it is not the standout feature of the phone.

This phone has a 5100 mAh non-removable battery which lasted for 21 hours and 40 minutes in our video loop test. During normal use, the battery of Lenovo P2 lasts for two days.

While using Google Maps for music streaming, navigation and YouTube video streaming app, the Lenovo P2’s battery lasted for about two hours. Fast charging support is a useful feature and it charges 30-40 percent of the battery in just 20 minutes. With this the phone gets fully charged in 90 minutes.

Another highlight of the P2 is its Ultimate Power Saver Mode which increases battery life to a great extent. This mode stops features like cellular data connectivity and sync. With this mode active, only basic functions like calls, text messages and radio work, but it is very useful in case of emergency. We found the option of Ultimate Power Saver mode available when the phone has 20 percent battery left and after that the device remained active for about 20 hours.

our decision
If we talk about battery performance then Lenovo P2 is a great smartphone. Users who like to be online all the time without worrying about battery drain will love the P2 smartphone. This can also be a good option for people who travel most of the time. Talking about overall performance, P2 can prove to be a good phone for everyday use with its octa-core processor. A phone with a strong focus on battery life, a good camera performance and easy to use software.

Lenovo P2 price starts at Rs 16,999 and it comes with 3GB RAM and 32GB storage. The price of 4 GB RAM variant is Rs 17,999. This smartphone will be available exclusively on Flipkart from Wednesday night.

samsung galaxy j7 prime, asus zenfone 3 max and out of date xiaomi me 5 Smartphones There are other phones of similar price which can compete with it.

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