kiran, 24 Nov 2016After update to marshmallow heating raises battery drains very fasrIn these situations, you should do a factory reset. Be sure to backup before starting the process.
Which one is true? it's use Li-po or Li-ion? some rumors says it just Li-ion....
I Feel That Lenovo P1 Turbo Should Be Categories In :-
Top 10 by daily interest
Top 10 by fans
sam7861, 21 Oct 2016After update marshmallow battery drain very fast After update to marshmallow heating raises battery drains very fasr
is P1 Turbo way much better rather than Vibe Shot in every aspect?? I'm dying with my Vibe Shot. The battery life is Poor, The Signal is Poor and it's Over Heating
I doubt that vibe p1 turbo use duplicate gorrila glass 3 'cause there are so many scretch after 3 days of used,and i hate about the phone is that ,missing of volte and no update until now ,lenovo did not give so much attention to this..and to community forum.So im tired of wasting my time..and sayin"Goodbye lenovo i hope ill never see you again"..Thank you
Today is November 15..u say lenovo vibe p1 turbo gets volte update. ...but still am not having the update. ..pls help me....update soon. ...when lenovo vibe p1 turbo gets volte
Anonymous, 05 Nov 2016Nope u have to buy separately. Nowadays most of the mobile company's don't provide ear phones.Yes You will get earfones with this as I hv received
Dhiraj1234, 08 Nov 2016R u 100% sure about it bro?Yes. Andy of Lenovo confirmed it on Lenovo forums. Take a look at it - https://forums.lenovo.com/t5/P-Series-Smartphones/VoLTE-in-Vibe-P1/td-p/3285838/page/11
sam7861, 19 Oct 2016100 % confirm in November broR u 100% sure about it bro?
I already update to android 6.0.. how to root lenovo vibe p1 turbo? Any idea?
Aishwarya, 04 Nov 2016Are ear phones available with this pieceNope u have to buy separately. Nowadays most of the mobile company's don't provide ear phones.
Raj k, 02 Nov 2016Already updated on 6.0.1 using Jio already. Very good performer Ur using Vo lte in p1 turbo?
I got this phone just yesterday, but I already love it. Then again, my previous phone was a Samsung Galaxy Young, so perhaps my standards were rather low.
The battery is great; after a day of moderate usage, I still have more than 50% battery left. It charges quite quickly, too.
The combination of an octa-core CPU, 3GB RAM and 32GB of internal memory runs extremely smoothly, ad expected.
I advise upgrading to 6.0.1 as soon as possible, since it not only generally updates the phone, but also improves the fingerprint sensor and further integrates it into the system, even allowing you to confirm your purchases on the Play Store with a fingerprint.
Gorrilla Glass is the main reason why I chose this phone; I already have a Nexus 7 II, which, after over 2 years, doesn't have a single scratch.
All the other features are fairly standard - and satisfactory. I also like the metal back of the phone, as it adds both to structure and style.
Overall, an amazing phone, and a bargain too: It cost me 275Â€ (305$). I would happily pay as much as 400 for it, it's that great.
So, yes, I fully recommend it.