Recently, Lenovo introduced into the Nigerian market, the Vibe C2 Power, which is the successor of the Vibe C2. As the name suggests, the Vibe C2 Power has more battery capacity than the Vibe C2. That and more, you’d find out in this review.

DESIGN

For me, this device looks relatively okay as it comes with a plastic build, 9.6mm thickness, and it weighs 155.6g. Also with its curved edges, there’s no much physical difference between the C2 Power and the C2.

At the top of the device, we have the headphone jack.

Headphone jack

While the USB port is found at the bottom.

USB port

The right side of the device carries the power button and the volume rockers.

 

DISPLAY

Its bezels are thin considering the fact that it’s a 5inch phone. The 5inch screen has a resolution of 1280×720 with IPS display which I think is quite bright.

PERFORMANCE/MEMORY

It has a 64-bit MTK6735p quad-core processor and a RAM size of 2GB which should make multitasking a more enjoyable experience than on the Vibe C2, which features 1GB of RAM. It features 16GB of internal memory which is expandable through a microSD card.

BATTERY

Obviously, this is the selling point of the Vibe C2 Power as it comes with a 3500mAh battery which is removable unlike the Vibe C2 that comes with a 2,750mAh battery. The battery of the Vibe C2 Power lasts for about 2 days with light use and about a day with heavy use. It also supports fast charging, so 20-30% capacity can be obtained in just 10 minutes, while up to 100% charges much longer, for about 2 hours.

CAMERA

It comes with a back camera of 8MP auto-focus with LED flash and a front facing camera of 5MP with no flash. The back camera supports panorama and HDR. The quality is quite good with light but it seems like a struggle under low light.

Some selfie camera test with my besto

Also for the front camera, an interesting feature is facial, gender and age recognition on selfies.

 

VERDICT

I’d recommend this if you’re looking for something that’s not so pricey with mid-range features and high power!