Lenovo Vibe K5 Plus hands on review [CAMERA, GAMING, BENCHMARKS]

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Lenovo Vibe K5 Plus hands on review [CAMERA, GAMING, BENCHMARKS]: The Lenovo Vibe K5 plus is the latest budget entrant to Lenovo’s Vibe series and it retails for a price of INR 8499 and packs a Snapdragon 616 chipset, 2 GB RAM, 16 GB onboard storage with option to expand upto 128 GB, 2750 mAh user removable battery.
13 MP primary camera with 5 element lens, 5 MP selfie camera and a 5 inch full HD display. The Lenovo Vibe K5 plus comes with Android 5.1 out of the box and it will soon receive the Android Marshmallow update as claimed by Lenovo.
The device would be available to buy from 23rd March on Flipkart.com in an open sale. Watch on our Lenovo Vibe K5 Plus hands on review in order to know more about this device and stay tuned for more detailed Lenovo Vibe K5 plus review on our channel.

Lenovo Vibe K5 plus is not a complete successor to the Lenovo K4 Note as it does miss out on many things which are characteristic for the Vibe Note series!

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44 Comments on Lenovo Vibe K5 Plus hands on review [CAMERA, GAMING, BENCHMARKS]

  1. hey i need a 5 inch phone no 5.5 and my budget is 10k, reviews of this phone says it has a lot of heating issue and poor camera quality so should i buy it or go with moto g3

  2. dude your reviews are biased! Lenovo phones are great.. I don't know what's wrong with you.. not seeing your videos again as the reviewer should never be biased!

  3. sir, I've heard that Lenovo vibe k5 plus has lots of heating issues.so plz tell me that its heats up or not that much.and can it solved after Lenovo's update.plz plz plz plz reply sir it will help to buy it.Thank you.

  4. CPU-Z is clearly showing snadragon 615 chipset not 616 chipset ,615 considered for room heating purposes 🙂 .
    Also Total RAM is 1.8 GB but not 2GB.
    So guys be aware of these specifications.

  5. Hey, guys, serious, if you want use and throw phones, buy these Asus, Lenovo, Huawei. Serious, if you are compromised with the UI looks, applications, design, if you look at the other users of Samsung, Motorola, Sony, HTC though they are crap in specs comparison, after a month of use we don't find any reason why we bough that ALH, except that saving few bucks. Whatever! buy something that makes you feel good in long term use. Those ALH are not cool phones. If someone tells me, that is greed for that money, /

  6. It looks like micromax 4K from the front. There is no coherence to back panel and front screen. Lenovo has the worst UI after Huawei. Around 6K for this kinda phones is okay, but whatever beyond that price still looks like cheap roadside phone. I regret buying K series. Should have gone for Motorola.

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