Anonymous, 25 Oct 2017Friend's plz suggest me Lenovo p2 good or Huawei p10 lite.thanksFor me, Lenovo P2 for sure.
man, 25 Oct 2017very correct. they are not supporting itWhy don't you guys flood the Lenovo official forum? Let your voice be heard. You've got nothing to lose trying.
Hey, I considered buying this phone a couple of months ago, but reading about the several (possibly software) bugs made me uncertain about a purchase.
I keep reading some people saying "this is fixed" and some saying "now I have this bug". So here are a couple of points to consider:
Do you still have out-of-sync audio in YouTube with your P2?
Some said that after the Android 7 update, their speaker started sounding distorted. Is it still so for everyone?
I also read complaints about video playback starting to stutter and battery draining too quickly due to some unknown background processes. Are people still having this on their P2?
And then perhaps, if all of these problems are possibly software-related, is any of you running a custom ROM and not experiencing any of these bugs, thus confining them only to the stock firmware?
Thanks in advance!
And one last thing... Any information on what camera module is used in the P2?
Milton, 22 Oct 2017Which version is good Indian or Chinese ?
Is there any major difference of the two countries ... moreDepends on your needs. I bought the P2c72 64GB / 4G RAM version because of the memory.
I have had this phone for 2 months now, with no problems at all.
I use this phone very frequently on 4G+ and GPS all the time, and I still find I only need to charge it every 2nd night.
I turn on the battery saver switch just before I sleep. it allows calls and my alarm clock to come through, but preserves the battery consumption while I am asleep.
The seller on EBAY pre-loaded the P2c72 with P2a42-ROW firmware (non-China), and the auto-updates ensured the device is running and synchronised with Google and Google maps etc
Regarding the Chinese varsion - in Australia the LTE bands this phone is missing include bands 28 and 7 (Optus & Telstra use these bands), and band 5 (Vodaphone). I am using Optus, but despite not having access to bands 28 and 7, I have still found that 99% of the time I am connected to 4G+ with most or all bars of signal strength. I also get very high 4G+ speeds in both city and rural areas of Melbourne Australia (>55 mb/s 4G download speed while inside a dense apartment block). That is because the Chinese variant supports some of the important 4G bands for use in Australia, including bands 40, 3, and 1. I can not comment for other countries, but it is possible to work out for yourself whether the P2c72 or the P2a42 variant will suit your needs based on which LTE bands your network provider uses.
So far I have had no hanging, no lagging between tasks or during programs, no overheating or warmth, no problems to speak of so far.
I have dropped the phone (with no cover or screen protector) maybe 30 times now, partly because it is so slippery. I balance the phone on the arm of the sofa, and you can watch the phone slowly sliding until it falls off! Although it has some slight marks around the edges and corners, the screen has no scratch or chips, and the phone is in good working order (surprisingly). A very good phone all round, and exactly what I was looking for.
Ahmed Hafez Amin, 25 Oct 2017I love this mobile and crazy about it because lot of reasons 1- battery 5100 2- fast chargi... moreI think you'll easily get 1 day battery life....after lot of using like social media,,,gaming,,,youtube and even others thing......
hi, 23 Oct 2017This device is the best in market but sadly lenovo don't know thatvery correct. they are not supporting it
Also important thing that GPS in this phone is great. But unfortunately no Galileo GPS support (but Lenovo could add it via patch/update if they wanted, becouse hardware supports it).
I love this mobile and crazy about it because lot of reasons
1- battery 5100
2- fast charging 24 wat
3- super Amoled Screen
4- fingerprint front rear which easy to use
5- 2 SIM cards which help me and make me don't need to another mobile
6- very fast because the snapdragon octa core 2.0
7- very nice in all games
8- memory 4 GB RAM not in all mobiles in mid range cost
9- 32 GB internal memory is the minimum requirement now and also u can use memory card
10 - reverse charge so u can use as power bank for another mobile
but unfortunately there is no good support and no spare parts no good insurance in lenovo
Thanks Lenovo P2 :)
I broke the screen after a few months use. The repair cost of the screen is 50% of the purchase price and very few repair shops will get spare parts to this phone.
No doubt it's the best mid-range smartphone in the market. Even better than Xiaomi Redmi Note 4 because of Super amoled display, 5100mah battery, Front fingerprint scanner with gesture, 24 watt quick charger, on screen customizable Navigation key, near stock Android 7 etc. So i bought two Lenovo P2. But yes, i had to replace one of it's screen due to touch problem but still i am very happy to use it.. It's gives me 12 to 14 hours screen on time. Which is excellent.
Recently purchased. I have to say that this phone has excellent display. overall features as mentioned works perfectly well. i am satisfied to have made a good choice.
Which version is good Indian or Chinese ?
Is there any major difference of the two countries product?