the K8 Note – a smartphone which not only comes with a premium all-metal design and top of the line specifications but is also the first device from Lenovo’s stable to run on a near stock version of Android.
At Rs 12,999, the K8 Note finds itself in a extremely competitive segment which ironically enough is dominated by the Moto G5 Plus – a smartphone which is in essence the K8 Note’s blood relative. Lenovo claims that the performance, cameras and software experience are the key highlights of the smartphone.
1.Premium and full metal design-
The software is packaged in quite a premium body made entirely out of metal and glass – there is no plastic to be found here. The back is made entirely of metal and the front is an all glass affair protected by Gorilla Glass.
2.Fairly powerful internals,crisp display-
The K8 Note comes with a 5.5-inch fullHD IPS LCD display.The Lenovo K8 Note comes with fairly powerful internals. The smartphone is powered by the deca-core MediaTek Helio X23 processor paired with the Mali T880 GPU, a 4,000mAh battery with TurboCharge support and either 3 or 4GB of RAM depending on the variant.To add to the K8 Note’s multimedia credentials, the smartphone supports Dolby ATMOS and Theatre MAX 2.0.
The K8 Note comes with dual cameras at the rear – a primary 13MP Pure Cel sensor alongside a secondary 5MP sensor. Both cameras have an aperture of F2.0. The primary camera seems to produce quite good images in well lit scenarios with good detail and dynamic range. On the front, there is a 13MP sensor with an aperture of f/2/2 which also seems to be above average.
All in all, the K8 Note seems like a solid mid-range offering from Lenovo that not only looks good and comes with dual cameras and powerful internals At Rs 12,999, the Lenovo K8 Note has the chops to give tough competition to the Motorola G5 Plus and the upcoming Nokia 6, both smartphones that are a little more expensive than Lenovo’s offering. It might also challenge the Xiaomi Redmi Note 4 which has long been known as the budget smartphone king
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