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Lenovo Phab 2

For a phone that’s all about the display, it would have been nice for Lenovo to offer a full HD panel on the Phab 2. Even with the added price, the Xiaomi Mi Max makes for a much better buy. Consider the Phab 2 only if you want a phablet that costs less than Rs. 12,000.

PROS - Good build quality


720p display
Sub-par camera
Sub-par performance

My first ever touch screen phone was the LG KP500 Cookie, and I remember looking at its 3-inch display in wonderment, for how big it was. I have with me right now, the Lenovo Phab 2, whose 6.4-inch display absolutely dwarfs my old Cookie. The Phab 2 is the cheapest of three new phablets launched by Lenovo, and costs pretty much as much as my LG Cookie did at the time.


While the Lenovo Phab 2 Plus had a 1080p display, the Phab 2 gets a 720p panel. Spread over 6.4-inch, this results in a pixel density of about 230ppi. It isn’t very crisp and some icons appear fuzzy, while text can appear jagged. However, the responsiveness of the screen is good.

Colour reproduction and contrast are average. However, the viewing angles aren't very nice, with noticeable colour shift at slight angles. The phone has a luminance rating of 363 Lux, which is really low, and the display will be percieved as dim. In addition, there's noticeable light leaks around the corners, which affects colour reproduction near the edges. You'll notice this with dark colours. However, sunlight legibility is just enough to work with, but not ideal.


While the Lenovo Phab 2 may be one of the biggest phones you can buy right now, it is not the fastest. The phone quad-core MediaTek MT8735 processor consisting of four Cortex A53 cores clocked at 1.3Ghz. You also get 3GB of RAM. It is comparatively slow, with slight framing issues while playing performance intensive games, like Injustice or Asphalt 8. Load times for such apps are quite high, though.

Synthetic benchmark tests paint a pretty accurate picture of the MediaTek MT8735, against the likes of the Qualcomm Snapdragon 650 that's found in the Mi Max. They're not often perfect representation of real world performance, but in this case, the difference is well represented. The phone is especially slow on single core performance, which is perhaps why apps take longer than usual to load.

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The Lenovo Z2 Plus is powered by 2.15GHz quad-core Qualcomm Snapdragon 820 processor and it comes with 3GB of RAM. The phone packs 32GB of internal storage cannot be expanded. As far as the cameras are concerned, the Lenovo Z2 Plus packs a 13-megapixel primary camera on the rear and a 8-megapixel front shooter for selfies.

The Lenovo Z2 Plus runs Android 6.0.1 and is powered by a 3500mAh non removable battery. It measures 141.65 x 68.88 x 8.45 (height x width x thickness) and weigh 149.00 grams.

The Lenovo Z2 Plus is a dual SIM (GSM and GSM) smartphone that accepts Nano-SIM and Nano-SIM. Connectivity options include Wi-Fi, GPS, Bluetooth, USB OTG, 3G and 4G (with support for Band 40 used by some LTE networks in India). Sensors on the phone include Compass Magnetometer, Proximity sensor, Accelerometer, Ambient light sensor and Gyroscope.

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Lenovo Gets Even More Mobile At MWC 2017

Lenovo is both a PC company and a smartphone and tablet company, Mobile World Congress (MWC) is usually a big show for the company. In fact, Lenovo sells more phones and tablets than anyone in the industry. This year was no different, as we saw Lenovo launching new Moto branded smartphones like the G5 as well as Lenovo-branded notebooks and tablets. This year saw Lenovo really leaning into their PC division as they weren’t expected to launch any new flagship phones at the show. However, while Lenovo did not launch any new flagship phones at the show, the company did announce new Moto Mods for the Lenovo Moto Z.

Convertible notebook refresh

Lenovo’s convertible consumer notebooks got a nice refresh, with a stronger focus on mobility and affordability. The Yoga 720 which comes in both 15” and 13” variants with 4K resolution is designed to be convertible but also affordable. That’s compared to the Yoga 910 announced during the holiday selling season last year, the highest-end of the family. The 720 brings Intel’s latest 7th Gen Core processors (aka "Kaby Lake") and pairs them with RAM of up to 16GB and storage of up to 1 TB. However, one important feature worth noting is the addition of a Synaptics fingerprint sensor which supports Windows Hello. This makes logging into Windows much easier and faster than trying to remember a password. It's hard for me to use a Windows system without some sort of Windows Hello feature and you have to use it to appreciate it. As a note, the 15” version also ships with a discrete NVIDIA GTX 1050 GPU which is powerful and definitely worthy of gaming although not the highest level of gaming. Lenovo also updated their Yoga Flex series which is the Yoga Flex 5 in north America and the Yoga 520 in the rest of the world. The Flex 5 ships with a lower resolution 1080P display on both the 14” and 15” models of the laptop. Last certainly not least is the Lenovo Miix 320 which is designed to bring serious competition to Chromebooks using Windows as the OS. The $199 price point is really the big deal here, if it can deliver comparable performance to what users expect from a Chromebook.

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Lenovo Smart Band HW01 launched at Rs. 1,999; exclusive to Flipkart

Lenovo has announced the launch of the Smart Band HW01, their first smart band in the country. This smart band is priced at Rs. 1,999. The device has been launched only in the Black color option and is exclusive to the online retailer Flipkart.

The Lenovo Smart Band HW01 is a feature rich fitness band for its pricing. There is a 0.91-inch OLED screen that displays all the information. There are additional features that help you keep a track of your fitness and sleep pattern as well. It is a water resistant device and features a silicone strap too. The smart band from Lenovo is compatible with both Android and iOS devices.

Design and build

The Lenovo Smart Band HW01 is a water resistant fitness band with the IP65 rating. The deice features a skin-friendly strap made of silicone. It has a stainless steel buckle as well.

Sports Mode

The fitness band from Lenovo has a Sports Mode for real time heart rate monitoring. In this mode, the band will automatically detect your heart rate once in every 15 minutes. It vibrates whenever the heart rate reaches the threshold.

Sleep tracking too

Apart from fitness, the smart band can track your sleep pattern. It has an anti-sleep mode that will automatically wake up in case you sleep beyond the preset sleep timing.

Other features

Besides being compatible with Android and iOS devices, this Lenovo Smart Band HW01 lets you share your fitness details on social media accounts such as Facebook and Twitter. It supports Google Fit and Apple HealthKit as well. It vibrates when you get an email, call, message of notification from WhatsApp or Facebook.

5-day battery life

The smart band from Lenovo comes fitted with an 850mAh Li-Po battery that can render a backup of up to 5 days. Though this smart band is said to be a competitor to the Xiaomi Mi Band 2, the latter gives 20 days battery life.

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Lenovo ThinkPad L470 & L570 Laptops

For business users looking to get their hands on a new laptop, Lenovo has announced two laptops that might be of interest to you in the form of the Lenovo ThinkPad L470 and the ThinkPad L570. Both are clearly aimed at enterprise users in mind and will come with features such as Milspec certification, making them rugged enough to be taken on the road.

Both the L470 and L570 are configurable with the latest Intel Core i processors and both will also support up to 32GB of RAM. The main difference is that the L470 is the smaller of the two with a 14-inch display, but it can also be configured to come with a discrete GPU in the form of the Radeon R5 M430 with 2GB of VRAM, while the L570 will sport a 15-inch display and will only feature integrated graphics.
However both laptops will also support Intel Optane Memory and PCIe storage options if that’s what you’re after. They both also seem to boast pretty decent battery life, with the L470 claiming up to 12 hours on a single charge, while the L570 will give users up to 11 hours of usage before needing a recharge.

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Lenovo to bring back Motorola Razr flip-phones to challenge new Nokia 3310?

With no new Samsung Galaxy smartphones to be seen, the stage was set for a new top dog at Mobile World Congress 2017 in Barcelona. Against all odds, that device was the new Nokia 3310, a modernised take on the Finnish phone maker's 17-year-old bestseller which may not be the last retro classic making a surprise comeback.

While the original Nokia 3310 dominated the mobile phone market at the turn of the millennium, the iconic Motorola Razr flip-phone range quickly stole its crown in the mid-noughties. And now, a nostalgia-fuelled rematch could be on the cards under the Moto brand's owner, Lenovo, which recently launched the Moto G5 and G5 Plus.

"We should be smart if Motorola fans remember something. If Razr is a good one we should think about how to leverage that," Lenovo CEO Yuanqing Yang told CNBC during MWC 2017. "But whatever we bring back, it has to be a stronger product than the original."

Although Yang's comments do not guarantee that the slimline beauty will be making a return, it shows that the public buzz surrounding the new Nokia 3310, which IBTimes UK witnessed first-hand in Barcelona, has sparked renewed interest in classic phones from major manufacturers.

The most likely candidate for a retro-revival under the Moto name would be the Razr V3. Released in 2004, the 13.9mm thick 'clamshell' phone reached sales of over 130 million handsets. By comparison, the Nokia 3310 sold an estimated 126 million units.

Although Lenovo has ruled over the PC marketplace in recent years, it has struggled to replicate a similar success when it comes to smartphones, with its mobile-business revenue dropping by 23% year-on-year in the three months through December to $2.2bn (£1.8bn).

The resurrection of the Razr family could give the Chinese giant a boost in its hopes of besting local rivals such as Huawei and Oppo, although it is worth noting that it denied claims the Razr name would be making a comeback after rumours surfaced in mid-2016.

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Lenovo Vibe K5 (Gold, Snapdragon 616, VoLTE update)

13MP primary camera with auto focus, LED flash and 5MP front facing camera
12.7 centimeters (5-inch) HD IPS capacitive touchscreen with 1280 x 720 pixels resolution
Android v5.1 Lollipop operating system with 1.5GHz Qualcomm Snapdragon 616 octa core processor, Adreno 405 GPU, 2GB RAM, 16GB internal memory expandable up to 32GB and dual SIM (micro+micro) dual-standby (4G+4G) with VoLTE update
2750mAH lithium ion battery providing talk-time of 15.1 hours and standby time of 322 hours. Twin high quality stereo speakers with Dolby Atmos. Dedicated expandable microSD card slot. Metal body made of light weight and robust metal
1 year manufacturer warranty for device and 6 months manufacturer warranty for in-box accessories including batteries from the date of purchase

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Lenovo’s innovation kept under the bonnet
The familiar recipe of keyboard with screen and USB ports is a years-honed formula that PC manufacturers need not mess with. Leave out the keyboard? Drop some ports? You’re going to make your traditional customers very unhappy.

So how do manufacturers improve their lines? How do they evolve their product and ensure people keep buying? According to Lenovo global marketing vice-president Dilip Bhatia, you’ve got to remember what you’re cooking up.

“We’re not going to change for the sake of change”, says Bhatia as we sit in a room filled with angular grey slabs of computer adorned with a familiar red nub.

“We’re maniacal about protecting the brand.”

ThinkPads, the classic black business laptops, haven’t changed all that much in their 24 years, at least if you’re judging them by their boxy lines and 1990s minimalist design. They’ve slimmed down, sure, and when you open one up you’ll be greeted by a far better screen than in early models, but the 2017 ThinkPad X1 Carbon is still made to the traditional recipe — great screen, great keyboard, useful ports and that classic red trackpoint.

Bhatia is quick to point out what’s changed in the new X1, but a nearly borderless screen and a new silver colour option are the only obvious tweaks. It packs in two USB C/Thunderbolt 3 ports, while still holding on to two USB A and an HDMI port for legacy connectivity.

Inside, the machine has changed completely. When speaking with Kevin Beck, a product specialist for Lenovo, it’s clear how much reverence the engineers have for the traditions of user behaviour and how it informs their design and innovations.

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Lenovo launches a smartband with OLED display for Rs 1999

Lenovo brings a whole new Smart Band which is an advanced technology device to track your daily activities. The company has launched its first fitness tracker named Smart Band HW01, exclusively listed on Flipkart in India.
The Lenovo Smart Band HW01 has a 0.91-inch OLED display that will show your regular fitness tracking data such as time, steps and heart rate, to name a few. Apart from the OLED feature, the fitness tracker also provides the ability for the users to keep an eye on the recorded data like - calories burnt, distance traveled, time taken for running and many more. Notably, the band also features a dynamic heart rate monitor under "Sports Mode" that can monitor heart rate every 15 minutes. The Lenovo Smart Band HW01 is up for grabs exclusively on Flipkart.
Besides being compatible with Android and iOS devices, this Lenovo Smart Band HW01 lets you share your fitness details on social media accounts such as Facebook and Twitter. The band vibrates when your heart rate reaches the designated threshold.
Lenovo Smart Band HW01 also comes with an inbuilt anti-sleep mode. It has an anti-sleep mode that will automatically wake up in case you sleep beyond the preset sleep timing. In a statement, Lenovo said, "This mode alerts you of concentration loss or dozing while driving or working at night". The device is designed with high quality material and fits perfectly on all types of users. This means that the tracker is both - dust proof and water resistant. Furthermore, the Smart Band HW01 also comes with IP 65 certificate.

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Lenovo has an 18.4-inch tablet

ou can add a Lenovo-made 18.4-incher to that list as well, although we’re not sure when the “PB2-690N” is supposed to see daylight. Fairly soon, we presume, since the Android beast was tested through GFX Bench the other day for graphics performance, with a Snapdragon 652 SoC in tow comprised of a mid-range octa-core CPU and Adreno 510 GPU.

Also found inside non-flagship phones like the Galaxy A9 or HTC 10 Lifestyle, the Qualcomm-designed silicon should more or less match the speed and capabilities of Galaxy View’s Exynos 7580.

Meanwhile, the mystery Lenovo behemoth is set to outshine its main direct rival in everything from screen resolution to software freshness to multitasking. Yes, the PB2-690N features a 2,560 x 1,440, aka Quad HD, aka 2K display, plus 4GB RAM, Android 6.0.1 Marshmallow “Google Edition” (so, most likely, close to stock), and 64GB internal storage space.

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