Finally, the commonly asked questions about the Lenovo P2 got answered. A YouTube Channel that goes by the name Geekyranjit uploaded a video of him (the owner) answering the commonly asked questions by people regarding the Lenovo P2.
If you are looking for a smartphone that has a great battery performance, then the Lenovo P2 is the smartphone for you. It houses a 5,100 mAh battery which according to the video source could probably last up to 3 or 4 days with moderate use. And for heavy users, it can last up to almost 2 days.
At the launching of the Lenovo P2, one of the claims that the company bragged about was it can charge faster than the OnePlus 3. Using the supplied charger of the Lenovo P2 which is according to the source a 24-watt special charging, can make it possible. And based on another source, the Lenovo P2 can charge from 4 percent to full within 1 hour and 4 minutes.
Does It Support Dolby Atmos?
The Lenovo P2 does not support Dolby Atmos. However, it has Theater Max that is also comparable to the Dolby Atmos.
The Lenovo P2 features only one speaker which is located at the bottom of its body design. In terms of loudness, the speakers are really loud. And for the sound output from its headphone jack, the video source used an Audio Technica M50X which worked perfectly fine with no issues whatsoever.
The Lenovo P2 features a 13 MP rear camera and a 5 MP rear camera. According to the video source, the camera performance is not totally rubbish and also not totally great. In a sense, it's in the middle.
How Well Does It Perform Compared To The Lenovo P1?
For this section, I was not sure if he was referring to the Lenovo Vibe P1 or the Lenovo Vibe P1 Turbo, but I'm going to assume it was the Lenovo Vibe P1. Compared to the Lenovo Vibe P1, there are a number of things that makes the Lenovo P2 more powerful.
First, even though the Lenovo P2 is powered by a 5,100 mAh battery, while the Lenovo Vibe P1 has a 5,000 mAh battery, it feels surprisingly light in the hand. Its weight distribution was perfectly executed.
Second, it is able to last longer in terms of battery life. This reason for this is because of its battery and the Snapdragon 625 chipset.
Third, the Lenovo P2 features a 5.5-inch super AMOLED screen, giving it not only good screen quality, but also helps lower power consumption.
And lastly, the Lenovo P2 has a better camera. Though it may not have one of the best smartphone cameras in the market, it definitely is an improvement.
Software And Gaming Performance
The Lenovo P2 version that was used by the video source was a 4 GB RAM variant. According to him, multi-tasking and the UI work perfectly fine with no hint of lag or delay whatsoever. With the gaming performance, he wasn't able to really give any conclusive details about it, because he wasn't really able to fully test it out.
Lenovo P2 vs Honor 6X
Both of these smartphones excel in different categories. Generally, if you're looking for a smartphone with a thrilling camera, the Honor 6X is the better choice. However, if battery life is your main concern, then the Lenovo P2 is the smartphone for you.
Does It Support VoLTE?
The Lenovo P2 has a VoLTE support. With its native VoLTE support, users won't need to use any third party app to access this feature.
Virtual And Physical Button
By default, the Lenovo P2 has Virtual buttons embedded on its screen which can be disabled if the user wishes to. It also has a physical Home button that acts as a home button, back button, and a multi-tasking button.
The Lenovo P2 has all the important sensors such as the accelerometer, gyro, proximity, and compass. It is said to work just fine.
Are there Any Heating Issues?
According to the video source, there was no excessive or any abnormal heating with the device except for one. The Lenovo P2 heats up quite a bit when charging, specifically its back.
What Video Format Does It Shoot?
The 13 MP rear camera can shoot up to 1080p and 4k, while the 5 MP front camera can shoot up to 1080p. For its performance, it does not have any OIS (optical image stabilizer), so you might not want to be moving around too much while shooting videos.