Lenovo is trying to win the hearts of consumers with some fresh and appealing designs. Recently, at the MWC in Barcelona, we’ve seen the Lenovo Vibe Shot, a mix between a smartphone and a point-and-shoot camera, as we called it at the time. The company also has smartphones with a unique three-layered design, such as the Lenovo Vibe X2. And now it’s unveiling another new product with a specific appearance.


The new Lenovo K3 Note is a new mid-range smartphone from the Chinese company which can be considered as an upgrade to the Lenovo K3. The K3 was announced back at the end of last year, featuring a bright yellow-colored back and some rather decent specs for its price. The K3 Note carries forward the yellow line from the Lemon lineup, but also adds the company’s logo engraved inside a large circular ring at the back.

Currently available only for Chinese buyers, this device seems to be a take at the Meizu m1 note, which could be soon entering the local Indian market, as well.  Let’s have a look at the entire set of specs and features that it comes with: lenovo-k3-note-design

  • 5.5-inch FullHD
  • 64-bit Mediatek MT6752 chipset – octa-core processor at 1.7GHz
  • 2GB of RAM
  • Internal storage of 16GB, expandable up to 32GB via microSD
  • 13MP camera on the back, coupled with a dual-tone LED flash along with a 5MP front snapper
  • dual-SIM dual-standby capability (SIM 1 supports 2G/3G and LTE, while the second slot is GSM-only
  • 3,000mAh battery
  • 7.6mm thin, 150 grams

Looking at these specs, what stands out is the big battery that’s been packed inside such an elegant profile. It does get LTE, as well, and, of course, that color is a real steal! However, the single drawback is that it is available for Chinese buyers, only. The regular version sells for around $145 and for $160 you get a special “ceramic piece vibration speaker”, which is said to pump out more decibels for a louder sound.

Source: GizmoChina

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