Lenovo K5 Note with all-metal body launched; Key upgrades over K4 Note
Lenovo launches K5 Note with all-metal body in China; Key upgrades over K4 Note.Lenovo China (Screen-shot)

Lenovo has confirmed the arrival of the K4 Note successor, K5 Note, in India on Aug. 1 and has started the teaser game to keep up the hype. The company has been teasing key features of the K5 Note in a series of videos and tweets over the last few days and it now has a new video showing off the premium design of the upcoming device.

If you think beauty is defined only by its looks, you have another think coming. The #KillerNote5 will bring about a new definition of beauty altogether," Lenovo said about the new video that was shared on YouTube on Tuesday.

The 30-second long video doesn't show Lenovo K5 Note in its full glory, but only talks about the highlights of the design that makes it "perfect." According to the video, Lenovo K5 Note uses a symmetry design, full metallic body, ultra-slim bezels, and capacitive buttons for "Home," "Back" and "Recent" in the front.

On the rear side, we see the camera module with a ring around it, LED flash and a fingerprint scanner arranged vertically. Lenovo branding is seen in the middle. The volume buttons are placed on the right side of the device and the power/lock button is found on the left. Towards the end of the video, the K5 Note is seen in three colours, black, white and gold.

Below are the important screenshots from the latest Lenovo K5 Note teaser or you watch the full video at the end of this article.

Lenovo previously shared two other videos in which it talked about the integrated TheaterMax technology in the K5 Note and seamless multi-tasking with 4GB of RAM. These teasers suggest the K5 Note that is going to be launched in India on August 1 will be different from the one that was launched in China in January.

A lot of improvements are expected to be seen in the Indian variant of the K5 Note. The China variant of the model features a 5.5-inch Full HD IPS display, 1.8GHz MediaTek Helio P10 processor, dual SIM support, 13MP primary camera with PDAF and LED flash and an 8MP front snapper. These specs are likely to be the same, but there is a possibility that the company might offer 32GB storage in its Indian variant.

As for the pricing, Lenovo is known to have disruptive cost for its premium devices. The K5 Note is expected to cost well under Rs. 15,000, but we'll know for sure at the launch event next week. Stay tuned for updates.