The most recent releases by Lenovo when it comes to smartphones have placed a great accent on their battery. All three of them – P2, K6 Note and K6 Power – have really large batteries, even though this isn’t the only advantage they have. They also have a premium metal build and some really nice specs. However, K6 Power is just a smaller phone, with just 5 inches, so it costs under Rs 10,000, so it would be unfair to place it in this comparison.
Both P2 and K6 Note come with metal bodies, which gives them a metallic touch. K6 Note is similar to the Xiaomi Redmi Note 3 when it comes to looks. P2 is more original and in fact, some say it’s one of the best looking devices Lenovo has ever created.
P2 comes together with a 2.5D curved glass that makes it more premium than the K6 Note. The latter offers chamfered edges and it is less slippery than the P2, so it depends on what you prefer. P2 has a 1080p Super AMOLED screen, while K6 Note has a standard IPS panel.
While the P2 device has the fingerprint scanner placed on the front, K6 Note has its own placed on the back. They work well, they’re accurate, but with the P2 the issue is that the home button that is at the same time the fingerprint scanner can only lock and unlock the phone. Meanwhile, the K6 Note has physical capacitive keys.
K6 Note has a 4,000 mAh battery and P2 has 5,100 mAh, so it wins once again. They both support fast charging, which is great, but in the end only the P2 can last for about two days with minimal usage.
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