Lenovo Vibe K5 first look, camera samples, benchmarks

It did not have a formal media launch unlike it's 2 better brothers but it is worth mentioning. This is my first look on Lenovo Vibe K5

Internals: 1.5 GHz Qualcomm Snapdragon 415 octa-core processor with Adreno 405 GPU, 2 GB RAM, 16 GB ROM, dual micro SIM, micro SD slot, Android 5.1 Lollipop, 2,750 mAh removable battery.
Front: 5 inch IPS HD display, 5 MP secondary camera,
Back: 13 MP rear cam with flash, Lenovo logo, Dolby based speakers, removable back cover


Both the volume rocker and power/unlock button can be found at the right side.


Top: OTG capable micro USB port, 3.5 mm. audio jack
Bottom: Pin hole microphone, space for opening the back cover



The pulldown menu is the same that I saw in Lenovo A6000 Plus on Android 5.0 Lollipop which I previously reviewed. For it's price, the display has a wow factor for me (if there's a chance that you can check it in person in one of their dealers or stores) . Yup, no option for SIM swapping but at least you can have true blue dual SIM and dedicated micro SD slot.


The device comes with 5 point multi touch. The Antutu score is quite identical to the Cortex A53 version of Qualcomm Snapdragon 410 quad-core SoC at around 27,000. I am happy that it has 7 out of 9 sensors including gyro which I tried it on Google Cardboard. 

For a bit of gaming, I played Asphalt 8 on high settings and it is quite playable with a bit of frame skips and you can feel a bit of heaviness on steering the wheel especially if you are coming from a bit powerful midrange processor like Mediatek MT6753. 

Camera wise, it is also a good performer for the price. It just missed a bit on the color accuracy. Selfies is definitely presentable for my own taste.

Lenovo Vibe K5 13 MP rear camera sample



Lenovo Vibe K5 5 MP front camera sample

A quite new Qualcomm budget processor, good overall design and performer for Php 6,999 is something to look forward to Lenovo Vibe K5 which is out now in stores.

Credits to Haykal of Geekschicksten blog for allowing me to play his Lenovo Vibe K5 

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August 5, 2016

Lenovo Vibe K5 first look, camera samples, benchmarks

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It did not have a formal media launch unlike it's 2 better brothers but it is worth mentioning. This is my first look on Lenovo Vibe K5

Internals: 1.5 GHz Qualcomm Snapdragon 415 octa-core processor with Adreno 405 GPU, 2 GB RAM, 16 GB ROM, dual micro SIM, micro SD slot, Android 5.1 Lollipop, 2,750 mAh removable battery.
Front: 5 inch IPS HD display, 5 MP secondary camera,
Back: 13 MP rear cam with flash, Lenovo logo, Dolby based speakers, removable back cover


Both the volume rocker and power/unlock button can be found at the right side.


Top: OTG capable micro USB port, 3.5 mm. audio jack
Bottom: Pin hole microphone, space for opening the back cover



The pulldown menu is the same that I saw in Lenovo A6000 Plus on Android 5.0 Lollipop which I previously reviewed. For it's price, the display has a wow factor for me (if there's a chance that you can check it in person in one of their dealers or stores) . Yup, no option for SIM swapping but at least you can have true blue dual SIM and dedicated micro SD slot.


The device comes with 5 point multi touch. The Antutu score is quite identical to the Cortex A53 version of Qualcomm Snapdragon 410 quad-core SoC at around 27,000. I am happy that it has 7 out of 9 sensors including gyro which I tried it on Google Cardboard. 

For a bit of gaming, I played Asphalt 8 on high settings and it is quite playable with a bit of frame skips and you can feel a bit of heaviness on steering the wheel especially if you are coming from a bit powerful midrange processor like Mediatek MT6753. 

Camera wise, it is also a good performer for the price. It just missed a bit on the color accuracy. Selfies is definitely presentable for my own taste.

Lenovo Vibe K5 13 MP rear camera sample



Lenovo Vibe K5 5 MP front camera sample

A quite new Qualcomm budget processor, good overall design and performer for Php 6,999 is something to look forward to Lenovo Vibe K5 which is out now in stores.

Credits to Haykal of Geekschicksten blog for allowing me to play his Lenovo Vibe K5 

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