Mobile Review: Presenting The Lenovo K8 Plus!

Lenovo K8 Plus




user friendly



  • Good cameras
  • Reliable battery life


  • Average looks

Taking a look at Lenovo K8 Plus..

After sometime, JustInReviews is back with a smartphone review. Presenting to you, the Lenovo K8 Plus phone.

  1. Looks and Display:

We have taken a look at numerous smartphones that resemble an identical twin of other brand phones and same is the situation with the K8 Plus. The gadget can be considered as a small scale rendition of the Lenovo K8 Note and yes, it is fairly identical to the Xiaomi Redmi 4. In any case, at that point, you can’t do anything.

The screen on the front has some negligible bezels, while the physical navigation controls are at the base of the screen and are not illuminated in nature. This makes it a smidgen hard to explore under low lights. On the left side, there is a committed music key through, which one play/pause a track by a long press, hop to next track with a double tap and move to past one with a triple click. The functioning of the music key is said to be quite better than average and it is a truly helpful component when you simply need to switch the tracks without unlocking the phone. The key is remappable and one can set distinct applications too.

The Lenovo K8 Plus hosts a 5.2-inch full HD screen with a 1920 x 1080 pixels resolution with 450nits brightness and a 178-degree view angle. The screen accompanies Corning Gorilla Glass and oleophobic covering.

Talking about the display, the device conveys some bright colour and the blacks appear decent. It accompanies some good view angles. In the case of viewing a motion picture or playing a few games, testers were happy with the execution of the display. In any case, some discovered one issue with the auto brightness of this gadget as it requires a discernible amount of time to change in accordance with the surrounding light, which isn’t something worth being thankful for.

  1. Camera:

Much the same as its senior kin, the Lenovo K8 Plus comes furnished with a dual camera setup. The device comes with a blend of 13-megapixel and 5-megapixel sensor. The primary sensor accompanies Purecel Plus sensor, while the 5-megapixel one accompanies Samsung depth sensor, which is utilized to give a bokeh impact. For the front side, there is a 8-megapixel camera with f/2.0 aperture, 84-degree wide angle lens, beautify mode and front flash.

As per the handlers, the camera performance turned out to be a mixed one. Under good lighting conditions, the phone could catch some fine photographs with colours being near the source, however much of the time it did not have the desired sharpness. The HDR mode compensates that, however it is to a greater degree a hit-or-miss case.

In any case, with regards to utilizing the double camera setup, the device is said to have failed the expectations. There happens to be a depth mode through one can make a bokeh effect.

  1. Performance:

Under technology review, let’s talk about its performance.

The Lenovo K8 Plus is fueled by an octa-core MediaTek Helio P20 timed at 2.6GHz. The phone is supported by a 3GB of RAM and 32GB of internal memory, which can be additionally extended up to 128GB by means of a devoted micro SD card slot. Be that as it may, there is additionally a 4GB RAM variant. On the battery front, the cell phone is powered by a 4000mAh battery.

All things considered, the performance of the gadget is very satisfactory in majority of the departments. The 4GB RAM ended up being handy with regards to multi-tasking and it handles the vast majority of the daily tasks such as surfing, streaming, online networking and so forth viably and without many cases of lag.

With regards to the battery performance, the device conveys some good battery backup. With a complete charge, the phone can keep running up to a day and a half with normal utilization. Be that as it may, when you extend it, it can without much of a stretch give an entire day battery reinforcement, which is something worth being thankful for. The Lenovo K8 Plus comes packaged with a 10.4W charger which can charge the device totally inside two hours or somewhere in the vicinity.

  1. Cost:

This smartphone comes with a price tag of Rs 11, 999.

  1. What’s good?

– Handy design

– Battery life said to be good

– Performance as per expectations

  1. What’s bad?

– Camera needs improvement

– Feels a bit bulky

– Improvements in case of auto-brightness settings

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