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Between Vivo and Lenovo, which is better?

Between Vivo and Lenovo, which is better?

Sumeed

Lenovo and vivo both companies have amazing phones.But when you choose the one then at first you should have a knowledge of your budget,your specifications and also how your phone will give looks.So at first choose your budget,your model and also your specifications then compare to both the companies. In my opinion you should go with the Lenovo phones.The reason is , you already know that when Gionee came out then everyone wants that one . After that Letv came out then Gionee fall down. In this manner many companies had came and flopped. And now Oppo and Vivo get the good market. And in my opinion whenever a new Chinese company will come then the such companies will also get flop. So you should go with the Lenovo. Because it is more stable then all these companies.

blog time 10:37:am 04 Mar, 2021

9 Responses

Fahad Hussain

Fahad Hussain

blog time 10:55:am 04 Mar, 2021

Hello!…Good day!! You asked which one is better? either Vivo or Lenovo?..mm…lets talk about the general features and compare them.

Very firstly Lenovo is a primitive brand than Vivo. But its products has many cons and issues. The battery life in all Lenovo phones are average and the standby battery draining is acute. Some of it's smartphones have no OS updates(Eg: Lenovo Vibe K5 note). But its User interface design and user experience are probably great. Moreover the budget of these phones comes under what you have in you hand. There are many specification you can find in various versions of Lenovo mobiles. But a main disadvantage is that you cannot find all of them in a single phone.

OK! Coming to Vivo mobiles…they are simply great and you cannot match lenovo's camera performance with this. It's simply awesome! But the battery life is average too. According to users..its a perfect phone who are fond of selfies and snaps! But at the same time there are consecutive new releases in this brand which means if you buy a vivo phone it will become an old or outdated model within a month or maybe a week too!! But I am sure that you can only get the high specifications with high cost. You can buy two lenovo phones for the price of a single high-end vivo mobile!.. If you have a budget under 10,000 I prefer Lenovo…but if the brand is your limit just go with the Vivo!!

Whatever it is…above all it must be helpful to you. It must not consume your time and make you an addict!

Usama Waseem

Usama Waseem

blog time 11:12:am 05 Mar, 2021

Comparison between Vivo V7 and Lenovo A5 vivo V7 vivo V7 offers a primary camera of 16 MP ( f/2.0 , 1/3″ , 1.0 µm ) , phase detection autofocus , LED flash , It has features such as geo-tagging , touch focus , face detection , HDR , It takes amazing photos with high quality and it comes with Full HD video recording . vivo V7 supports video of [email protected] , It gives you a superb secondary camera of 24 MP , f/2.0 , It includes wonderful selfies , It has a superb flash that enables you to take amazing photos in low light conditions , It comes with a premium & impressive design . vivo V7 supports IPS LCD capacitive touchscreen , 16M colors , It has a big size of 5.7 inches , 83.8 cm2 (~77.1% screen-to-body ratio) that is useful in playing games , watching videos and browsing the internet , It has a resolution of 720 x 1440 pixels , 18:9 ratio (~282 ppi density) , It offers multitouch feature and it presents Funtouch OS 3.2 . Lenovo A5 Advantages The weight of Lenovo A5 is about 5.64 oz with battery, which is average compared to most of the smartphones with same size. The dimensions of this Lenovo phone are average (5.76 x 2.79 x 0.39 inches). Weight 5.64 oz Dimensions: 5.76 x 2.79 x 0.39 inches Colors: black, gold, rose-gold SIM type: Nano SIM The Lenovo A5 comes with Android OS v8.1 (Oreo) out of the box, but it is upgradable to the next OS. OS version Android OS v8.1 (Oreo) SoC: Mediatek MT6739 CPU: Quad-core 1.5 GHz Cortex-A53 GPU: PowerVR GE8100 The size of A5 screen is measured diagonally, from corner to corner. The 5.45 inches IPS display of Lenovo A5 with 720 x 1440 px resolution is multitouch capable. Display type: IPS Screen size: 5.45 inches Resolution: 720 x 1440 px Multitouch support: yes The size of A5 screen is measured diagonally, from corner to corner. The 5.45 inches IPS display of Lenovo A5 with 720 x 1440 px resolution is multitouch capable. Display type: IPS Screen size: 5.45 inches Resolution: 720 x 1440 px Multitouch support: yes The camera of the A5 is equipped with autofocus. An autofocus (or AF) optical system uses a sensor, a control system and a motor to focus on an automatically or manually selected point or area. Very few Android cameras come without autofocus. Selfie camera: 8 MP Main camera: 13 MP, 4160 x 3120 px, autofocus Flash: LED The Li-Po 4000 mAh, non-removable battery gives the smartphone a good battery backup. The lithium polymer (Li-Po) battery is a thin, light-weight, rechargeable battery. No periodic discharge is needed and charging can be done at random. The battery of A5 isn't removable without voiding the warranty. Type: Li-Po 4000 mAh, non-removable

Amjad Ali

Amjad Ali

blog time 12:13:pm 06 Mar, 2021

Vivo V5

NETWORK           Technology   

GSM / HSPA / LTE

LAUNCH               Announced    2016, November

Status                Available. Released 2016, November

BODY     Dimensions     153.8 x 75.5 x 7.6 mm (6.06 x 2.97 x 0.30 in)

Weight               154 g (5.43 oz)

Build    Glass front (Gorilla Glass 3), aluminum back, aluminum frame

SIM        Hybrid Dual SIM (Micro-SIM/Nano-SIM, dual stand-by)

DISPLAY               Type      IPS LCD

Size        5.5 inches, 83.4 cm2 (~71.8% screen-to-body ratio)

Resolution      720 x 1280 pixels, 16:9 ratio (~267 ppi density)

Protection      Corning Gorilla Glass 3

PLATFORM         OS          Android 6.0 (Marshmallow), Funtouch 2.6

Chipset               Mediatek MT6750 (28 nm)

CPU       Octa-core (4x1.5 GHz Cortex-A53 & 4x1.0 GHz Cortex-A53)

GPU       Mali-T860MP2

MEMORY             Card slot          microSDXC (uses shared SIM slot)

Internal            32GB 4GB RAM

                eMMC 5.1

MAIN CAMERA Single 13 MP, PDAF

Features           LED flash, panorama, HDR

Video   [email protected]

SELFIE CAMERA                Single 20 MP, f/2.0, (wide), 1/2.8", 1.0µm

Video   [email protected]

SOUND Loudspeaker  Yes

3.5mm jack      Yes

                24-bit/192kHz audio

COMMS               WLAN   Wi-Fi 802.11 a/b/g/n, Wi-Fi Direct, DLNA, hotspot

Bluetooth       4.0, A2DP

GPS        Yes, with A-GPS

NFC        No

Radio   FM radio

USB        micro USB 2.0, USB On-The-Go

FEATURES           Sensors             Fingerprint (front-mounted), accelerometer, proximity, compass

BATTERY              Type      Li-Ion 3000 mAh, non-removable

MISC     Colors                Gold, Gray

Models               1601

SAR        0.22 W/kg (head)     0.77 W/kg (body)   

Price    About 250 EUR

TESTS    Performance                GFXBench: 3.7fps (ES 3.1 onscreen)

Display               Contrast ratio: 1021:1 (nominal), 2.059 (sunlight)

Camera              Photo / Video

Loudspeaker  Voice 62dB / Noise 73dB / Ring 83dB

Audio quality               Noise -92.9dB / Crosstalk -89.8dB

Battery life    

Endurance rating 60h

Lenovo K5

NETWORK           Technology        

GSM / CDMA / HSPA / LTE

LAUNCH               Announced        2018, March

Status   Available. Released 2018, April

BODY     Dimensions        153.8 x 72.7 x 7.8 mm (6.06 x 2.86 x 0.31 in)

Weight 160 g (5.64 oz)

SIM        Hybrid Dual SIM (Nano-SIM, dual stand-by)

DISPLAY               Type      IPS LCD

Size        5.7 inches, 83.8 cm2 (~75.0% screen-to-body ratio)

Resolution          720 x 1440 pixels, 18:9 ratio (~282 ppi density)

PLATFORM         OS          Android 7.1 (Nougat), ZUI Lite 3.1

Chipset Mediatek MT6750V/CB

CPU       Octa-core (4x1.5 GHz Cortex-A53 & 4x1.0 GHz Cortex-A53)

GPU       Mali-T860MP2

MEMORY             Card slot              microSDXC (uses shared SIM slot)

Internal                32GB 3GB RAM

                eMMC 5.1

MAIN CAMERA Dual       13 MP, f/2.0, AF

5 MP, f/2.2, (depth)

Features              LED flash, HDR, panorama

Video    [email protected]

SELFIE CAMERA                Single    8 MP, f/2.0

Video   

SOUND Loudspeaker      Yes

3.5mm jack         Yes

COMMS               WLAN   Wi-Fi 802.11 a/b/g/n, Wi-Fi Direct, hotspot

Bluetooth            4.0, A2DP, LE

GPS        Yes, with A-GPS

NFC        No

Radio     FM radio

USB        microUSB 2.0

FEATURES           Sensors                Fingerprint (rear-mounted), accelerometer, proximity, compass

BATTERY              Type      Li-Ion 3000 mAh, non-removable

In Lenovo, you'll get a dual Rear camera but if you are a selfie lover then Vivo is providing you a huge resolution front camera! So, in the end, the best will be the one which will up to the Mark according to your own preference.

Faisal Sheikh

Faisal Sheikh

blog time 10:27:am 08 Mar, 2021

Comparison between Vivo Z1x and Lenovo K10

Vivo Z1x

NETWORK           Technology   

GSM / HSPA / LTE

LAUNCH               Announced    2019, September

Status                Available. Released 2019, September

BODY     Dimensions     159.5 x 75.2 x 8.1 mm (6.28 x 2.96 x 0.32 in)

Weight               189.6 g (6.70 oz)

Build    Glass front, plastic back, plastic frame

SIM        Dual SIM (Nano-SIM, dual stand-by)

DISPLAY               Type      Super AMOLED

Size        6.38 inches, 99.9 cm2 (~83.3% screen-to-body ratio)

Resolution      1080 x 2340 pixels, 19.5:9 ratio (~404 ppi density)

                Always-on display

PLATFORM         OS          Android 9.0 (Pie), upgradable to Android 10, Funtouch 10

Chipset               Qualcomm SDM712 Snapdragon 712 (10 nm)

CPU       Octa-core (2x2.3 GHz Kryo 360 Gold & 6x1.7 GHz Kryo 360 Silver)

GPU       Adreno 616

MEMORY             Card slot          No

Internal            64GB 6GB RAM, 128GB 4GB RAM, 128GB 6GB RAM, 128GB 8GB RAM

                UFS 2.1

MAIN CAMERA Triple   48 MP, f/1.8, (wide), 1/2.0", 0.8µm, PDAF

8 MP, f/2.2, 13mm (ultrawide)

2 MP, f/2.4, (depth)

Features           LED flash, HDR, panorama

Video   [email protected], [email protected]

SELFIE CAMERA                Single 32 MP, f/2.0, 26mm (wide), 1/2.8", 0.8µm

Features           HDR

Video   [email protected]

SOUND Loudspeaker  Yes

3.5mm jack      Yes

COMMS               WLAN   Wi-Fi 802.11 a/b/g/n/ac, dual-band, Wi-Fi Direct, hotspot

Bluetooth       5.0, A2DP, LE, aptX

GPS        Yes, with A-GPS, GLONASS

NFC        No

Radio   FM radio

USB        USB Type-C 2.0, USB On-The-Go

FEATURES           Sensors             Fingerprint (under display, optical), accelerometer, proximity, compass

BATTERY              Type      Li-Po 4500 mAh, non-removable

Charging         Fast charging 22.5W

Reverse charging

Lenovo K10

NETWORK           Technology   

GSM / CDMA / HSPA / LTE

LAUNCH               Announced    2019, September 05

Status                Available. Released 2019, September 16

BODY     Dimensions     156.6 x 74.3 x 7.9 mm (6.17 x 2.93 x 0.31 in)

Weight               164 g (5.78 oz)

Build    Glass front, plastic back, plastic frame

SIM        Hybrid Dual SIM (Nano-SIM, dual stand-by)

DISPLAY               Type      IPS LCD

Size        6.3 inches, 97.4 cm2 (~83.7% screen-to-body ratio)

Resolution      1080 x 2340 pixels, 19.5:9 ratio (~409 ppi density)

PLATFORM         OS          Android 9.0 (Pie), ZUI 11

Chipset               Qualcomm SDM710 Snapdragon 710 (10 nm)

CPU       Octa-core (2x2.2 GHz Kryo 360 Gold & 6x1.7 GHz Kryo 360 Silver)

GPU       Adreno 616

MEMORY             Card slot          microSDXC (uses shared SIM slot)

Internal            64GB 4GB RAM, 128GB 6GB RAM

                UFS 2.1

MAIN CAMERA Triple   16 MP, f/1.8, PDAF

8 MP, f/2.4, (telephoto), PDAF, 2x optical zoom

2 MP, f/2.2, (depth)

Features           LED flash, panorama, HDR

Video   [email protected], [email protected]

SELFIE CAMERA                Single 16 MP, f/2.0, 26mm (wide), 1/3.06", 1.0µm

Features           HDR

Video   [email protected]

SOUND Loudspeaker  Yes

3.5mm jack      Yes

COMMS               WLAN   Wi-Fi 802.11 a/b/g/n/ac, dual-band, Wi-Fi Direct, DLNA, hotspot

Bluetooth       5.0, A2DP, LE

GPS        Yes, with A-GPS

NFC        No

Radio   FM radio, recording

USB        USB Type-C 2.0, USB On-The-Go

FEATURES           Sensors             Fingerprint (rear-mounted), accelerometer, gyro, proximity, compass

BATTERY              Type      Li-Po 4050 mAh, non-removable

Charging         Fast charging 18W

 

Usra Riaz

Usra Riaz

blog time 10:47:am 08 Mar, 2021

Vivo History:

In the first quarter of 2015, Vivo was ranked among the top 10 smartphone makers, achieving a global market share of 2.7%.

Since its founding in 2009, Vivo has expanded to over 100 countries around the world. International expansion began in 2014 when the company entered the Thailand market. Vivo quickly followed up with launches in India, Indonesia, Malaysia, Myanmar, Philippines, Thailand, and Vietnam.

In 2017, Vivo entered the smartphone market in Russia, Sri Lanka, Taiwan, Hong Kong, Brunei, Macau, Cambodia, Laos, Bangladesh, and Nepal. In June 2017, it entered the Pakistan mobile phone market and the Vivo brand is currently experiencing rapid growth in popularity in the country.

On 26 November 2017, Vivo entered the Nepal market with its y53 and y65 models.

In October 2020, Vivo announced that it would begin to sell its products also in Europe.

Lenovo History

The 1980s:

1981

IBM PCD introduces its first personal computer, the IBM PC

1984

With an initial capital outlay of only rmb200,000, ($25,000) Lenovo's founding chairman Liu Chuanzhi, together with 10 like-minded colleagues, launches the new technology developer inc. (the predecessor of the legend group) funded by the Chinese academy of sciences.

1986

IBM PCD announces its first laptop computer, the pc convertible, weighing 12 pounds.

1988

Legend's Chinese-character card receives the highest national science-technology progress award in china.

Legend Hong Kong is established.

The 1990s:

1990

The very first legend pc is launched in the market as the company shifts to a producer and seller of its own branded computer products.

1992

IBM PCD introduces ThinkPad, the industry's first notebook with a 10.4-inch color thin-film transistor (TFT) display and a track point (red ball) pointing device.

1993

Legend enters the Pentium era, producing china's first "586" pc.

1994

IBM PCD introduces the industry's first notebook with integrated CD-ROM, the ThinkPad 755cd.

1995

Legend introduces the first legend-brand server.

1996

Legend becomes the market share leader in China for the first time.

Legend introduces the first legend brand laptop.

1997

IBM PCD introduces the industry's first notebook equipped with a DVD-ROM, the ThinkPad 770.

1998

The millionth legend pc comes off the production line. Intel chairman Andy grove attends the ceremony and takes the pc for Intel's museum collection.

1999

Legend becomes the top pc vendor in the Asia-pacific region.

 The 2000s:

2000

IBM PCD ships its 10-millionth ThinkPad notebook pc.

Legend becomes a constituent stock of the hang Seng index - HK.

2001

An IBM notebook with an embedded security chip becomes the first notebook certified by the trusted computing platform alliance, an industry body setting data security standards.

Legend appoints Yuanqing yang president and CEO.

2002

Legend's supercomputer, the Deepcomp 1800 makes its debut. It is china's first computer with 1,000 GFLOP (floating point operations per second) and china's fastest computer for civilian use, ranked 43rd in the top 500 list of the world's fastest computers.

2003

Legend announces the birth of its new "Lenovo" logo to prepare for its expansion into the overseas market.

2004

IBM PCD introduces the first notebook with an integrated fingerprint reader.

IBM PCD ships its 100-millionth pc (counting both desktop and notebook computers).

Lenovo becomes an Olympic worldwide partner. It is the first Chinese company to become a computer technology equipment partner of the IOC.

Lenovo and IBM announce an agreement by which Lenovo will acquire IBM's personal computing division.

2005

Lenovo completes the acquisition of IBM's personal computing division, making it a new international it competitor and the third-largest personal computer company in the world.

William j. Amelio is appointed as CEO and president of Lenovo, and Yuanqing yang is appointed chairman of the board.

2006

Lenovo technology flawlessly supports the 2006 Olympic winter games in Torino, Italy, supplying 5,000 desktop pcs, 350 servers and 1,000 notebook computers.

2007

The Beijing organizing committee for the Olympic games selects a Lenovo-designed Olympic torch as the winning design from among 300 entries.

2008

Lenovo enters the worldwide consumer pc market with new idea brand.

Lenovo's ThinkPad x300 is called "the best laptop ever" by business week magazine.

Lenovo provides a smooth, error-free performance at the Beijing Olympic games, the largest sporting event in history.

2009

Lenovo becomes senior technology sponsor for the world expo 2010 in shanghai.

Lenovo sells its 1 millionth idea product.

 The 2010s:

2010

Lenovo introduces lephone, its first smartphone

Lenovo sells its 60 millionth ThinkPad

2011

Lenovo forms mobile internet digital home (midh) business unit to attack growing opportunity in consumer devices such as smartphones, tablets, and smart TV

Lenovo forms a joint venture with NEC, creating the largest pc company in Japan.

Lenovo acquires medion, a pc and consumer electronics company based in Germany, substantially increasing presence in consumer market in western Europe.

2012

Lenovo forms a joint venture with EMC to sell servers in china and develop storage solutions

Lenovo acquires stoneware, a software firm focused on cloud computing

Lenovo sells its 75 millionth ThinkPad

2013

Lenovo becomes the world's #1 pc company

Lenovo reaches #329 in the fortune 500 list of the world's largest companies

Lenovo acquires CCE, a leading consumer electronic company in brazil

Lenovo becomes the world's #3 smartphone company

2014

Lenovo announces it will acquire the system x server business from IBM and, eight days later, announces it will acquire Motorola mobility from Google.

Lenovo reaches #286 on the fortune 500 list.

Lenovo finalizes the purchase of system x and Motorola mobility, making Lenovo #3 worldwide in both servers and smartphones.

2015

Lenovo sells its 100 millionth ThinkPad.

Lenovo hosts tech world in Beijing, an event that sets the vision for the future ecosystem of connected devices.

Lenovo reaches #231 in the fortune 500 list.

Interbred lists Lenovo among the top 100 global brands.

Boston consulting group ranks Lenovo among the top 50 most innovative companies worldwide.

2016

Lenovo expands partnership with sap to develop agile cloud solutions.

Lenovo partners with Nutanix to bring invisible infrastructure to data centers around the world.

Lenovo collaborates with Google to develop the world’s first mobile device with 3d motion tracking and depth sensing.

Lenovo reaches #202 in the fortune 500 list.

Ahmed Mustaqeem

Ahmed Mustaqeem

blog time 03:49:pm 12 Mar, 2021

If we have to choose between Vivo & Lenovo, we will simply go for Lenovo... Because it has been 32 years since the company was founded and Vivo has been in the market only for 8 years but both the companies are Chinese.

Yes according to the present technology and price tag we will go again for Lenovo instead of Vivo..

But yes if we compare the specifications of their mobiles Vivo is stressing on their camera performance because it's a Selfie Time whereas Lenovo is stressing on Overall Performance which gives its user a better performance either it is about gaming or overall day to day usage.

But yes Vivo is trying to cover the market but They need to work a lot on that because Comparison with Lenovo is like “Mouse against Elephant”.

But “Mouse can trouble Elephant anytime he wants”... So for now

Lenovo is better than Vivo in every term either its price, performance, camera, storage, etc.

Mahir Arzu

Mahir Arzu

blog time 03:54:pm 12 Mar, 2021

Hey there!

I wanna share my own experience with a Lenovo phone. I bought a Lenovo K3 Note in October 2015. I was facing network issues with it, At first, I thought that my locality didn’t have good network coverage. After like 2 months, I put my sim card on my dad’s mobile phone and there had good signal coverage. That's when I got to know that it was my phone due to which I was suffering those network issues. I took it to the Lenovo service center as it had a 1-year warranty. The service center staff didn’t tell me what the actual problem was, they just said that the phone needed an update. So they updated the software and gave it back. It caught a signal for a day and the next day I started to suffer from that issue again.

It used to catch signals in high coverage areas like markets or public places but not at my home or in other residential areas whereas other phones used to catch signals very well whenever I put my sim. A month later I visited the service center again, n they did the same thing. They didn’t tell me the actual problem, they updated the software instead and gave it back. Like this, I visited the service center 5 times a year but I was still suffering from the problem.

And just when the phone got 1 year old, its warranty ended I took the phone to the service center for the same issue, They said the phone had a damaged motherboard and I’ll have to buy a new motherboard for 7,500 rupees. The phone was defective when I bought it but the service center staff never told me the actual problem when the phone was in warranty, they cheated me.

Therefore I’d never recommend you a Lenovo phone, You can buy a Vivo phone it works better and is durable :)

 

Sara Ali

Sara Ali

blog time 01:21:pm 31 Mar, 2021

Lenovo is a primitive brand than Vivo. And Lenovo phones have many issues. The battery life in all Lenovo phones is average and the standby battery draining is acute. Some of its smartphones get no OS updates. But its User interface design and user experience are good enough. But most of the Lenovo phones come on a low budget. But you can still find some great Lenovo phone options for your own needs.

The first thing about Vivo that comes to my mind is its camera. It's simply awesome! Vivo and Lenovo simply can’t be compared when it comes to Camera performance. But similar to Lenovo the battery life in most Vivo phones is average too. Vivo is ideal for selfies and snaps! But at the same time, there are consecutive new releases in this brand which means if you buy a Vivo phone it will become an old or outdated model within a month or maybe a week too!! But better and improved products usually come with more price.

In terms of the latest releases, Vivo has a way better score in camera quality. So if my priority was photos, selfies, etc. I would go with Vivo. On the other hand, Lenovo is focusing on Overall Performance which gives its user a better performance either it is about gaming or overall day-to-day usage. For better price, performance, storage Lenovo has a lot of great options.

Aleey Fiaz

Aleey Fiaz

blog time 01:32:pm 31 Mar, 2021

Obviously, Lenovo cos Vivo is a Chinese product and is primarily marketed by the company for its so-called selfie cameras and beyond that, they use cheap hardware and software you will get an octa-core 1.3ghz and a crappy MediaTek card and 3 Gb ram also compared to other phones in it price range the value for money is not good and so its customer service.Lenovo is overall a lot better in terms of money, software, and hardware so it depends on you if you are a die-hard selfie addict then Vivo's 22 mp front cameras are for you otherwise I suggest Lenovo. phones like oppo, Vivo, and Gionee are heavily centered on selfies and out of the three suggest Gionee if u wanna buy a selfie phone Cos it has a better build quality, good speaker, good battery life, and a fashionable a unique but very system heavy amigo. drawbacks are it is highly-priced, has a MediaTek card, and not adequate ram for it's it's system heavy os(my dad owns an s6s)

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