The autonomy of smartphones is one of the major concerns of users, where we see increasingly powerful devices that lead to a more intensive use of it, but not always come accompanied by a battery able to hold her own against those higher performance. It also happens that there are many smartphones in the market with very basic features but with excellent autonomy that force us to choose between performance and battery, leaving a taste of bittersweet mouth. That’s why when a manufacturer launches a device capable of combining both, as it did at the time Xiaomi with redmi Note 3 and its version, the market responds with a bestseller. If the 4100 mAh that offers you Xiaomi is you fall short, I am sure you will interest the Lenovo Vibe P2 and ZTE Nubia N1 two smartphones quite resolute midrange and getting integrate a more than generous battery of 5000 mAh without sacrificing too much thickness.
ZTE Nubia N1: A mid-range phablet with 3 days of autonomy.
ZTE is a company that has used 2016 to strengthen its market position by diversifying its offer. After leaving us a great taste with Nubia Z11 and its mini version also decided to create a device that does not stand for performance, but that it becomes a smartphone to consider for many users looking for a smooth operation and live away from the charger.
The ZTE Nubia N1 is a phablet, as has a 5.5-inch IPS display with a resolution Full-HD which gives a more accurate pixel density of 400dpi. It is not a terminal lowcost construction, because the screen is protected by Corning Gorilla Glass 3, while its unibody chassis is all aluminum, except for the ends of the back cover, which is responsible for housing the antennas. As in all Nubian, we have the characteristic red circle surrounding the Home button and the rear chamber of the terminal, while the power and volume buttons are on the right side thereof.
As we said, this device is not known for his power, but we will not fall short when it comes to perform common tasks, as it integrates a SoC Mediatek Helio P10 (45,000 points Antutu 6.0 / 8 * cores Cortex A53 and GPU Mali T-860MP2) which offers a pretty good fluidity and performance, especially when accompanied by 3GB of RAM as is the case.
As storage we have 64 GB of internal memory, expandable via Micro-SD card up to 128 GB. Connectivity is standard, and includes support for LTE networks, Wi-Fi 802.11 a / b / g / n, Wi-Fi Direct, hotspot, Bluetooth v4.1 (A2DP, LE) fingerprint scanner (0.2s), GPS (A-GPS, GLONASS, Beidou), FM and Micro-USB port type C reversible radio. We will also have at our disposal the characteristic Dual-SIM (2xNanoSIM, one of them shared with the SD).
Taking pictures a rear camera that integrates a 13 megapixel sensor with optical stabilizer, f / 2.2 lens, phase detection focusing and handles noise reduction. In the front we have another 13MP camera (f / 2.2, 1080p), which ensures excellent quality selfies, also having fill flash.
if there is indeed a special highlight of this handset is its battery, which as we advance, manages to reach the 5000 mAh on a chassis of 8.9mm (150.9 x 75 x 8.9 mm), yes, sacrificing a little weight, which rises to 190 grams. With heavy use our disposal have 2 days of autonomy, which will rise to 3 with moderate use, something that very few devices can boast.
The ZTE Nubia N1 runs on Android 6.0 Marshmallow and Nubia UI 4.0 interface, and although not yet been announced as available in Spain, it is always possible to buy through the typical import stores at a price to change around 228 euros in colors gold and silver.
Lenovo Vibe P2: looking forward to the market.
Lenovo-Vibe-P2Lenovo not think shelve its most iconic terminals despite being made with Motorola for the midrange, and the proof is the Lenovo Vibe P2, which we have been able to meet its main features thanks to the now classic filtrations.
In the wake of Vibe P1, P2 Lenovo Vibe would have a battery of 5000 mAh (Quick Charge 3.0.), Although with subsequent renewal in the hardware section, which we have known thanks Geekbench.
Lenovo Vibe future terminal P2 will be a 5.5-inch full-HD resolution and would offer us 400 pixels per inch density screen. It should here point a novelty, and it dispenses with the IPS technology to make way for a AMOLED panel manufactured by EverDisplay (Contrast 60,000: 1 and color coverage NTSC 100%), the same that supplies the new panels redmi Pro to Xiaomi and breaking the monopoly of this technology that until recently had Samsung in the mobile market, which is always welcome.
As for the processor, the choice is a Snapdragon 625 (8x Cortex-A53 @ 2.00 GHz), a slight upgrade the SD615 found in P1, and that will give us a little extra performance and little else. Something else we novelty in paragraph RAM, passing the 3 GB (2 GB in the basic version) at 4 GB, allowing multitasking abuse smoothly.
The Lenovo Vibe P1 had two cameras 13 and 5-megapixel (rear and front respectively) and that seems to be again what we find in the Lenovo Vibe P2, which also repeats a fingerprint reader located on the Home button.
A highlight in the design of the Lenovo Vibe P2 is getting equal the autonomy of Nubia N1 with a slightly smaller thickness that stays in 8.5mm, which is always appreciated.
The latest figure thanks Geekbench is the operating system, where despite not being released yet, we tend to make do with Android 6.0.1 Marshmallow. We look forward to your presentation, for now unknown day, to know the other details.
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