Last week, Lenovo posted a teaser image revealing that K4 Note would come with a metal frame. Now, more features have surfaced online, generating excitement among fans.
Word on the street is the upcoming Lenovo K4 Note will boast 3GB RAM and 32GB inbuilt memory — a huge upgrade over its predecessor.
The company is also said to have incorporated a fingerprint sensor in the budget phablet to provide an additional layer of security to unlock screen, reported Technology Personalized.
Once launched, K4 Note will become the second budget phone to feature biometric technology in India after Coolpad Note 3. It was released in October for Rs 8,999.
Other key specifications of K4 Note, such as SoC (System-on-Chip), camera and battery, are still to be ascertained.
Lenovo, probably in its bid to attract more consumers to K4 Note, is said to have kept the price of the device around Rs 10,000 price range.
Lenovo K3 Note came with an exceptional spec list and a pocket-friendly price tag. It featured a 5.5-inch full-HD display, 2GB RAM, 16GB storage and 13MP camera. It was priced just Rs 9,999, making it the most affordable phone to offer 1920x1080p resolution screen. Expectedly, it received an overwhelming response in India, and now, if the new report is to be believed, its successor K4 Note is set to do an encore.
Lenovo K4 Note is expected to be unveiled at the CES (Consumer Electronics Show) 2016, Las Vegas, next month. It is widely reported that Lenovo will release the K3 Note's successor in India soon after the launch.
Stay tuned for more updates.