Lenovo K80M (P90) Phablet ? Lenovo has had a very busy year, either because of its multiple releases (of which we hope to speak soon) as well as the fact of launching its own sub-brand destined to experience new market possibilities. But this does not mean that they have stopped manufacturing their own terminals, on the contrary, they are still one of the Chinese brands with the most popularity and variety of devices. Today we see you talk about the Lenovo K80M (P90), an interesting phablet that for just over 150 euros combines a medium / high power level with an excellent autonomy. This is one of the best thing of Lenovo K80M (P90) Phablet .
GizlogicLenovo-K80M-4G-LTE (2) The Lenovo K80M comes to put us a little harder the choice of a terminal below 200 euros. We are facing a terminal that arrives with a design of fairly straight lines with rounded corners, which reminds us quite a few terminals of the Spanish BQ. Although the upper and lower frames do not have a too high thickness, it does have a thickness in the side frames that is perhaps higher than we would like.
It is a terminal constructed in polycarbonate with a bicolor tone that uses the black color for the front, while it can be chosen in several tones for its back. Android buttons are not included in the screen, something we like, while the power and volume buttons are on the left side of the phone, a somewhat unusual position.
On the right side we will find the slot for Micro-SD cards, while the microphone input is on the top side , and the Micro-USB port on the bottom . In the back we find a microphone for noise cancellation, the rear camera with dual-flash and a speaker that occupies the entire lower area.
Its thickness of 8.5 mm, as well as its weight of 156 grams, seems to us quite successful for a terminal of these dimensions. This is one of the best thing of Lenovo K80M (P90) Phablet .
As you can see, this is a phablet that arrives with a fairly standard diagonal at this point of 5.5 inches . Its resolution is Full-HD , with which we obtain a good density of 441 dpi , thus achieving an excellent sharpness.
Against most Android terminals, the power is not put by an ARM SoC, but comes from another technology giant: Intel. The most famous manufacturer of processors in the world is still trying to eat a piece of the pie of the mobile market, and not only in the segment of tablets, where it is present in most tablets dual boot, but also in the smartphones , where based on work, they begin to be increasingly competitive. In this case we have a SoC of 4 cores Z3560 , member of the platform Moorefield of Intel, and that makes use of the architecture Silvermont built at 22nm, which improves especially its energy efficiency thanks to the use of transistors “tri-gate”.
This SoC offers a medium / high performance similar to that of a Mediatek MT6752 or a Snapdragon 800, with a score of about 41000 points in the Antutú Benchmark test. Its graphics performance, given by a G6430 GPU is similar to that offered by the Adreno 330 or the ARM Mali-T628 MP6.
The smartphones with MT6752 are joined by this Lenovo K80M with a very similar performance under Full-HD.
GizlogicLenovo-K80M-4G-LTE (6)Accompanying this SoC Z3560 we have 2 GB of RAM and 32 GB of internal memory, which are also expandable . This will allow us a medium / high use of multitasking, but without great fanfare. As a point against, we will have to settle for Android 4.4 KitKat , without it seems that Android Lollipop will arrive.
The photographic section is quite complete, because we have at our disposal a rear camera with 13 megapixels with dual flash and image stabilizer and a front camera of 5 megapixels.
To finish, we will talk about its autonomy , which rises above the average with a capacity of 4,000 mAh, something remarkable considering its weight and thickness . It is not that it is a record, but the smartphones of big batteries, usually show a level of power rather less. This is one of the best thing of Lenovo K80M (P90) Phablet .
GizlogicLenovo-K80M-4G-LTE (9)Lenovo offers us with its K80M a very interesting phablet, which despite a somewhat outdated operating system, combines power and autonomy in a terminal that does not stand out especially, but that does not have any weakness while offering a level of autonomy superior to the They offer terminals of similar power, so it will be quite welcome to those who like to “abuse” their smartphone and still reach the end of the day without resorting to the charger.
The Lenovo K80M (p90) can now be obtained at a fantastic price of 151.70 dollars using the “k80m” coupon , which is quite good for a very complete 4G mobile phone , but which would have been perfect to offer 3 GB of RAM and a fingerprint reader.