After weeks of speculations and teasing the device, Lenovo India finally took to the stage to reveal their much awaited product, the Lenovo K4 Note at an event held in New Delhi, India today. While the markets continue to flood with mid-ranged devices, all smartphone manufacturers are facing cut throat competition from other devices, and are hence forced to provide the best of everything in the least possible prices. So how does Lenovo manage to plot their specifications vs. price graph? Check out the following features which covers everything you should care about the K4 Note before making your final decision.
Being priced under 15,000 INR, it isn’t really fair to expect the best smartphone camera. But Lenovo has certainly made it possible for you to capture great moments of your lives with the K4 Note. Coming along with a primary (rear) camera of 13MP and a front (selfie) facing camera of 8MP, we can expect the smartphone to capture brilliant shots and stunning selfies. The K4 Note also uses the ISOCell technology for its rear camera (13MP), which is bound to improve the quality of the images under low light.
Performance and Storage
The inclusion of MediaTek MT6753 in a early 2016 smartphone certainly isn’t a wise decision by Lenovo, but it is also true that we cannot everything in the phone to come with a top notch build. Along with it, the 3GB RAM and 16GB internal storage (expandable upto 128GB) should be good enough for you to carry all your daily tasks and run almost all the applications without any lag. The only question that remains unanswered is the heating up of the device, which we’ll cover in our review of the Lenovo K4 Note.
Well, display was one of the feature Lenovo most talked about while teasing their device, K4 Note. The 5.5-inches display, comes with a FullHD (1920 x 1080) display which is tested (by TOI) to be pretty great, with decent viewing angles and good levels of brightness. With a pixel density of 441ppi, Lenovo K4 Note looks one of the great display phones under Rs. 15,000 but it is highly recommended for users to wait until their are expert reviews on the same.
Security is turning out to be of real importance and it is good to see that manufacturers are taking it very seriously. To what I’ve read till now, K4 Note’s finger print sensor on the back is of a great use and turn out that it lies in the correct spot despite of the device size being humongous. But, do you really need the fingerprint sensor? That’s a question you ought to ask yourself.
Virtual Reality Kit
“Oh my god” is what I’ve been hearing from various comments by people who stood a chance to try out the TheaterMax feature, which offers virtual reality experience at a next level while you’re playing games, or watching movies (video content) on the K4 Note. This feature requires a special set of hardware, which will retail out for additional 500 bucks, apart from the Rs. 11,999 for the device.
You might want to consider the Coolpad Note 3, which sports the exact same specifications, the only difference being in the screen resolution, for which you’d be paying extra Rs. 2,500. That’s obviously not it, you get the Dolby Atmos sound experience and VR Kit compatibility with the K4 Note, but is the really worth it? Ask yourself.
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