Lenovo has been launching new smartphone models in the Indian market at a rapid pace to compete against the arch rival Xiaomi.
Lenovo’s K5 Note which was released a year ago, was widely been appreciated by its fans. Later Lenovo released its successor, the Lenovo K6 Note which also lived up to the expectations.
Almost 6 months later, Lenovo has now released an upgraded version of K5 Note in the market for Rs 13,499. The smartphone is available exclusively on Flipkart.
The New K5 Note competes with the recently launched Xiaomi Redmi Note 4 and Lenovo has not raised the price though have increased the storage to 64 GB.
The design and other set of specifications remain the same, only thing upgraded is the amount of storage it offers now.
Which is a good news for the hardcore Gamers and media junkies out there.
The K5 Note flaunts a 5.5 inch FHD IPS LCD display. It packs in MediaTek Helio P10 SOC paired with Mali-T860MP2 GPU. It features 4 GB of RAM and 64 GB of internal storage. Which can easily be expanded upto 128 GB through micro SD cards.
The K5 Note sports 13 MP rear camera along with dual tone LED flash and PDAF. There’s also a round fingerprint sensor placed right below it. While, the front houses an 8 MP selfie shooter.
Powering the phone is a 3500 mAH battery pack, which is on par with most of the long battery life smartphones.
Lenovo has also integrated the Dolby Atmos audio enhancement with 24-bit audio support to enhance the sound quality. A feature which is been drooled over by the HTC fans.
Overall it still packs in a lot of punch for the price. The device will be available from 21st of Feb on Flipkart.
While side by side Lenovo will also keep selling the regular 4 GB RAM and 32GB storage variant for Rs 12,499. There’ll be 3 colour options Gold, Siver and Grey for the fans to choose from.
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