Planning to buy a new phone? Are there any specifications you look forward to when making a decision? If you are anything like me, (hopefully not) you would probably spend months (1.5 year to be precise) when choosing a new phone. I have major commitment issues you see, and buying a phone for me is a biggie. When I buy a phone, I usually use it until it begs me to stop. So I have a very hard time selecting a phone I deem perfect, that is unless it comes in a pretty color such as red or orange, (I respect myself too much to go for pink).
Skimmed through the first paragraph? Good choice. Welcome. Let’s talk about the real reason you are here. Lenovo Vibe P1m. The first new thing I got to try out for the year 2016. The phone promises to amaze all tech junkies with its flashy innovative features. Those who appreciate a ‘MediaTek MT6735P 1.0GHz 64-bit Quad-Core processor’ and a ‘5.0” HD (1280×720) IPS display’ should certainly check out the new Lenovo Vibe P1m as it has both of these emm things. (Convincing aren’t I?)
As for me, my cellphone requirements revolve around taking pictures, tweeting and sometimes calling other bloggers to ask if they are attending a particular event, and if so can they pick me. Hence a phone must foremost have a very good camera. The pictures I take are mostly of food (I sadly do not have a face made for taking selfies). I also prefer a device that doesn’t take too long to load the gazillion tweets I missed, because I didn’t check my phone in the past 20 minutes and Twitter melted down over whatever high horse it is on at present. Calling, for me is the least of my worries, but I assume you people think voice clarity and what not is important too.
For me Lenovo Vibe P1m checked off all the boxes. It has a great camera (8MP auto-focus rear camera w/ LED flash and 5MP fixed-focus selfie camera. I still don’t take many selfies though). It comes with a ton of space (2GB RAM + 16GB internal storage and 32GB microSD expandable storage) allowing me to download whatever stupid game I am into at the mo, (piano tiles and spider solitare). Oh and there is a plus point. It comes equipped with a massive battery, an innovative rapid charging function and a physical switch for instant power boost (ask me to explain later).
If you would rather check out a boring site listing all features and specifications than reading this awesome user review, I pity you (BOO!) But fine, I list down some so you can justify visiting my blog.
The cool new features include:
- MediaTek MT6735P 1.0GHz 64-bit Quad-Core processor
- 0” HD (1280×720) IPS display
- 4000mAh battery w/ quick charge and power saving functions
- OTG charging support
- Splash-proof nano coating by P2i
- 8MP auto-focus rear camera w/ LED flash
- 5MP fixed-focus selfie camera
- 2GB RAM + 16GB internal storage
- Up to 32GB microSD expandable storage
- LTE (4G) 150Mbps (DL) / 50Mbps (UL) data speeds
- Dual Micro SIM
- Android™ 5.1, Lollipop with VIBE UI
The phone priced at Rs. 17,900/- comes in two colors Onyx Black and Pearl White (sadly not a fancy name for red or orange).
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