In the Asian continent war of cheap phablets is on rise which is pushing manufactures to offer great specification even at budget prices. Xiaomi Redmi Note and Meizu m1Note have been a success in China and while Xiaomi variant is available in other markets and doing well, Meizu is planning expansion with India seemingly on radar. In light of these manufactures hurting sales Lenovo has also unveiled K3 Note catering needs of budget users with decent specification and absolute value for money smartphone.
Lenovo K3 Note has 5.5-inch 1080p Full HD Display along with Mediatek 64bit TruOcta Core processor MT6752 clocked at 1.7GHz and 2GB of RAM. 16GB of Internal Memory along with SD card slot is enough for most budget users, while the Dual SIM with Dual Standby and first SIM supporting 4G LTE, 3G and GSM and second SIM supporting GSM network is enough for high speed networking on the go. It also runs on Android Lollipop 5.0 with Lenovo custom user interface making it even better than competetion as they are still on Kitkat.
The optics department is also well taken care of with 13-megapixels camera in rear with dual tone led flash and support for 1080p video capture and 5-megapixels selfie camera for wonderful selfies and HD video chats. That’s not all as it packs in 3000 mAh battery while maintaining slim profile at just 7.6 mm and being light as it just weighs 150 grams.
Currently the smartphone is only on sale in China at CNY 899/ $145 for regular version or CNY 999/ $160 for the special ceramic piece vibration speaker back edition also known as Teana Version. Comparing it with Redmi Note and Meizu m1 Note it definitely delivers a solid spec sheet for its price.