Lenovo K4 Note Launched with 3GB RAM, Fingerprint, 3300mAh


Chinese phone vendor Lenovo has launched a new KillerNote series phone, aka the Lenovo K4 Note. The device was launched at an even in New Delhi, India, earlier today. The K4 Note is the same device we thought it was going to be — a knocked-down Vibe X3. Keep reading for more info about the device.The K4 Note has a 5.5-inch 1920 x 1080p full HD display, and is powered by an octa-core MediaTek MT6753 processor.


Along with that it gets 3GB of RAM, 16GB on-board (expandable) storage, a 13 mega-pixel rear camera, a 5 mega-pixel front facing camera and a 3300mAh battery. Unlike its predecessor, the K4 Note has a fingerprint sensor. In tune with other mid-range phones is the K4 Note, featuring ISOCELL and PDAF technologies for the 13 mega-pixel rear camera.


While the K3 had no hint of metal in it and lack lustre look and feel, the K4 Note sees lots of effort from Lenovo on the design and build front. The phone is tall at 5.5″ Full HD screen with 401 ppi protected by Gorilla Glass 3. To allow for easier handling of the device, the form factor has curved nature to it which will also make it easier to use the fingerprint scanner placed at the back of the phone. K4 Note is built majorly off metal and has dual front firing speakers that we have seen in the Moto X flagship series.


There is a lot of focus on the multimedia aspects here – Dolby Atmos Over speakers will be seen for the first ever time on a phone on K4 Note. With Wolfson pro for better audio experience and trio of micrphone for better voice recording this phone seems to be a audiophille’s prize at the price point. Theatermax technology will provide an immersive experience for videos too.
Lenovo K4 Note Launched with 3GB RAM, Fingerprint, 3300mAh Lenovo K4 Note Launched with 3GB RAM, Fingerprint, 3300mAh Reviewed by FELIBRAIN on 10:51:00 Rating: 5

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