About 20 days after the release of their much awaited smartphone, the K4 Note, Lenovo has decided to introduce the K5 Note to the market. This time with a lot of new things!
The major upgrade on the K5 Note from its predecessors is it’s fully metallic build which was the most awaited move.
The K5 Note is powered by the MediaTek Helio P10 unlike the one on the K4 Note(MT6753). That’s eight cores clocked at 1.8 GHz coupled with a powerful Mali-T860 MP2 GPU.
The 13 Megapixel rear camera and the fingerprint scanner remains unchanged from its predecessor, whereas the front camera gets an upgrade to 8 Megapixels. Lenovo has also bumped up to a Category 6 LTE modem for speedy downloads if your network is up to it. It also supports dual sim.
Lenovo has downgraded the RAM to 2GB from 3GB on the K4 Note. It houses 16 gigs of onboard storage which can be expanded up to 128 gigs via the dedicated micro SD card slot.
Lenovo has launched the K4 Note in China for a price of 1099 Yuan (Rs 11400/- or $167) and pre-registrations are already open. The launch date for other countries remain undecided.