Lenovo updates its K4 Note smartphone

Lenovo updates its K4 Note smartphone

Lenovo has decided to update its Vibe K4 Note smartphone – a device, which was unleashed in early 2016. The handset, however, does not sport improved hardware – instead the Chinese company has equipped the K4 Note with a wooden back cover.

Thus the new K4 Note is known as Wooden Edition and there will be at least one color coming with it – black. The tech specs of the device have not been changed, so the new version comes with the well-known 5.5-inch display at Full HD resolution, a MediaTek MT6753 processor, 3 GB of RAM and a fingerprint reader. The smartphone also boasts excellent Wolfson WM8281 sound.

There’s no information how much the new wooden version costs.

Source: Lenovo

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