Chinese regulators appear to verify alleged Lenovo Vibe P2’s rumored specs
The suspect still hasn’t been fromally ID’d, but a handset rumored to be the Lenovo Vibe P2 was just patted down by regulators in China, and it appears to be carrying a robust 5,000 mAh battery.
TENAA might have even confirmed the name of the phone when the Chinese regulatory agency posted specs and a codename “P2c72” for a device we last saw creeping through Geekbench in late July.
The translated listing indicates that the suspected Lenovo Vibe P2 will include a 5.5-inch display with a full HD resolution. It’ll come with a card slot to add more space to the phone, which comes in 32GB and 64GB versions.See also: Alleged Lenovo Vibe P2 shows up in benchmarks
The P2 will sport a 13 MP primary and 5 MP secondary camera. The TENAA listing indicates that the phone will have an eight-core processor, though the Geekbench profile went a little further and reported that the P2 will employ a Qualcomm Snapdragon 625.
The 5,000 mAh battery isn’t new to the Vibe series, as the Vibe P1 and P1 Turbo were both fueled by cells of the same capacity. However the battery, along with the phone’s curious codename, adds more weight to suspicions fingering this suspect as the Vibe P2.
So what’s your take? Have you come to a verdict on whether or not this suspect is indeed the Vibe P2? Let us know your decision in the comments!