After the A6000, A6000 Plus and A7000, Lenovo has rolled out the K3 Note device. If you’re asking yourselves if this is a good buy, the only way you will know the answer is if you read on.
The device comes in a simple rectangular form having round corners and the chassis is made out of plastic. In terms of looks, this device will not blow you away. It sports a 5.5-inch display and the volume and the power knobs are located on the right side of the device. The USB port as well as the jack (3.5 mm) can be found on top of the device. The device contains dual SIM slots and a microSD one. This is a pretty sturdy smartphone, however it does lack a bit of creativity in the design category.
Given the fact that this is not a high-priced smartphone, Lenovo K3 Note offers a great full-HD display with off-the charts graphics and great hues. The only downside is the fact that if the device is used under the sunrays, the screen tends to become reflective.
Android 5.0 Lollipop is running on Lenovo K3 Note. Users also have the Lenovo Vibe 2.0 skin which allows you to personalize different elements and features in the smartphone.
As far as the camera element, Lenovo K3 Note houses a 13MP back end snapper, auto focus and LED flash included while the front one is a 5MP camera. The camera app has a bunch of neat filters for you to choose from. Panorama and HDR are also included.
As for performance, Lenovo K3 Note is fire-up up by the 1.7GHz Cortex-A53 Mediatek MT6572 octa-core processor. The processor is coupled with 2GB RAM and as far as internal storage, users get 16GB. If this is not enough, you can easily add more storage by using the microSD card slot (up to 32 GB).
The battery is a 3,000mAh one and it cannot withstand more than 7 hours of intense usage. And the charging process is a true hassle with this phone because it takes a pretty long time to charge.
Lenovo K3 Note will cost you Rs 10,000 and it does dethrone its predecessor, the A7000 device having an upgraded camera performance and a lower price tag. Even if the battery is not the top-notch, the device is worth purchasing for its other stellar features.