Lenovo releases the Vibe C2 Power smartphone

Lenovo releases the Vibe C2 Power smartphone

A few weeks ago Lenovo released the Vibe C2 smartphone, which was then (and still is) a budget device. Now the Chinese company has upgraded this model with a more powerful battery. Apparently this change calls for a name change so the new smartphone is known as Vibe C2 Power.

As a comparison the Vibe C2 comes with a 2750 mAh battery, while the new Vibe C2 Power features a 3500 mAh unit. In addition to this the RAM memory has been doubled – the newcomer sports 2 GB of RAM instead of 1 GB in the Vibe C2.

All the remaining specs are the same, which means that the Vibe C2 Power has a 5-inch IPS display at 1280 x 720 pixels, 16 GB of internal memory, a microSD memory card slot and two cameras – an 8 MP one at the back and a 5 MP camera up front. The device also offers support for LTE and Android 6.0 Marshmallow. Unfortunately the new battery has increased the overall dimensions of the smartphone – the Vibe C2 Power is 9.54 mm thick and weighs 155.6 grams versus 8.6 mm of thickness and 139 grams of weighs in the Vibe C2.

The price and the availability date of the new Lenovo Vibe C2 Power are unknown.

Source: Lenovo

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