Leak describes Lenovo’s K4 Note phablet

Leak describes Lenovo’s K4 Note phablet

The Indian version of the popular tech web site BGR has shared some of the tech specs of Lenovo’s upcoming K4 Note phablet. While the information is by no means official, it appears to be credible.

As expected the K4 Note will arrive into this world to retire the older K3 Note model and it seems the new device will do this with style. According to the available information the K4 Note will come with 3 GB of RAM, which is more than what users had in the older K3 Note model. The forthcoming phablet will also pack 32 GB of internal storage, which is again more compared to the previous K3 Note model and it should be that way since the K4 Note will act as an upgrade to the K3 Note. In addition to this the K4 Note will have a metallic chassis as well as a USB port, a volume key and a camera lens at the bottom. The K4 Note will likely be unveiled during CES 2016 and will likely reach stores sometime next month. However, this is everything that we know as of now.

The older Lenovo K3 Note had a 5.5-inch display at Full HD resolution and was powered by an 8-core MediaTek MT6752 64-bit processor at 1.7 GHz. The device had 2 GB of RAM and 16 GB of internal memory that could be expanded up to 32 GB via the provided microSD card slot. The phablet also had a 13 MP rear camera with LED flash, a 5 MP front shooter, a 3000 mAh battery, support for two SIM cards, support for 4G (LTE), Wi-Fi, Bluetooth and more. Given that the K4 Note will be more powerful we are expecting a serious upgrade in all these tech specs.

We wonder which version of Android the K4 Note will run when it becomes available although we would very much like to see the device with Android 6.0 Marshmallow pre-installed.

Source: BGR.in

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