In a range of Rs 10 to 20k, you’ll find hundreds of smartphones but which one is worthy of their price; it is something hard to judge. That’s why we try to bring you the comparison between two of the hottest choices to make it easier for you.
Today we are going to talk about two of the popular smartphones available in the market right now – the Lenovo P2 and Xiaomi Redmi Note 4. Both the smartphones have almost similar specifications, but there is a huge price difference in their cost.
So, which one is worthy and which one is more value for your money? Let’s find out in this comparison.
When compared to the Redmi Note 3, Xiaomi has enhanced the look and feel with its successor, the Redmi Note 4. The newcomer is sleek and stylish. Plus, metal body gives you premium feel.
Xiaomi has also minimized the size of upper and lower portion, making it feel less taller than its predecessors in Redmi Note series. The 2.5D curved glass of the phone adds to its charm. Coming to the back of the device, you will find camera along with a dual LED flash and fingerprint sensor. Left edge of the device boasts the SIM tray while the right side has volume rockers and power button.
The Lenovo P2 on the other hand, also has metal body. It is about 10 grams heavier than the Redmi Note 4 but when you start using it, you’ll get used to its weight. The look and the feel of this smartphone do meet our expectation. The phone looks beautiful and easily fits in the hand.
Unlike Redmi Note 4, the fingerprint sensor on Lenovo P2 is placed below its display. At the top, you’ll find camera, earpiece and ambient light sensor. At` the back, you’ll find camera along with dual LED flash. Towards the left, it has sim card tray and ‘power saver’ button, while volume rockers and power button are place on the right edge.
Thanks to their metal designs, no one is winner in this section, it’s a tie.