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Lenovo P2 Review: A Look at Redmi Note 4 Direct Rival; Check Out Camera, Performance Comparison!

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Lenovo P2 is lauded for its big battery but how does it compare to Redmi Note 4?

Lenovo P2 doesn't carry the Moto brand but it is still a well-built smartphone. There are a few extra options due to the custom skin with Android Marshmallow out of the box.

Just like the Redmi Note 4, Lenovo P2 packs 5.5-inch display with 401 ppi pixel density that ensures excellent visibility under the sun. The screen already rocks super AMOLED display unlike Note 4 that sticks with IPS LCD quality.

Lenovo P2 supports NFC and its rear-facing camera sports 13 MP Sony sensor. It doesn't have OIS software so the videos taken are a bit shaky but it has received a big improvement from P1. On the front, a 5 MP shooter can capture decent selfie shots but the quality a bit declines in an indoor situation, according to Livemint.

Lenovo P2 has a faster performance than Redmi Note 4 but there isn't any considerable difference. Check out the speed test in the video below.

It comes equipped with a huge 5,100mAh battery but the phone is surprisingly light to hold. There's also a fast-charging feature for the non-removable battery but Lenovo P2 still uses Micro USB, according to Trusted Reviews.  

Both Lenovo P2 and Redmi Note 4 pack Snapdragon 625 with the highest variants offering 4 GB of RAM and 64 GB of internal storage. There's nothing hype about the processor but to put into perspective, it is the same chipset found in mid-ranger, Moto Z Play.

Lenovo P2 or Xiaomi Redmi Note 4?

Lenovo P2 has battery capacity. It also supports NFC and fast-charging feature which aren't available in Redmi Note 4. The display aspect in Lenovo P2 also wins with its Super AMOLED screen.

Check out Lenovo P2 and Redmi Note 4 camera comparison in the video below!

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