Lenovo K3 Note Hands On, Impressions & Preview

By posted on June 25, 2015 6:47PM
Lenovo K3 Note

A few months ago, Lenovo K3 Note was launched and everyone was excited about it’s price. A few weeks ago, it’s price got rumored, and it attracted a lot of attention. The Lenovo K3 Note comes with a lot of good features, and yet it is priced quite low. Today, Lenovo India held a launch event where the launched the Lenovo K3 Note, and we finally did Lenovo K3 Note Hands On. This device is very good, it not very slim, but it is powerful, there is no doubt about it.

The Lenovo K3 Note comes with a decent price tag, and the hadnset is made available in three different colors. The company is assuring about the battery life, and there are many smartphones out there in this mobile market which are priced high and offers nearly the same specs. So, this is Lenovo’s Killer Note which they have launched today. The device looked quite good. in terms of features and we will soon review this handset so, stay tuned for that.

Lenovo_K3_Note_Left_sideThe Lenovo K3 Note Hands On is done here and the device is priced at Rs. 9,999 which is not a high end price for a Lenovo Smartphone, but it comes with some decent specs and they are quite proud about it. In this market, we can find a lot of smartphones against this device. HTC Desire 326G is there, Samsung Galaxy J1 and there are some other smartphones as well. So, will it survive, let’s find out in our Lenovo K3 Note Hands On Impressions.

Lenovo K3 NoteThe Lenovo K3 Note comes with a 5.5-inch IPS multi-touch capacitive touchscreen display which offers a screen resolution of 1920 x 1080 pixels. It is also supporting a pixel density of 401ppi. The screen looked very nice, and the brightness level is quite good too. Well, at this price point we have expected the handset to come with a Full HD display, and it has arrived. The device comes with a a very good design, but the key feature of this handset is it’s price. It is 8mm thin and it is quite light weighted as well.

There are three buttons which are included underneath the screen. The device comes with Lenovo’s Vibe user interface which looks looks quote good and we can get a better user interface in the near future. As of now, no Lenovo smartphone is manufactured in India, and they are imported from China.

Lenovo_K3_Note_Right_SideThe Lenovo K3 Note Hands On video is also posted below. The device is running on Android Lollipop platform, which is quite good and a few weeks ago, Google M was announced and we hope that this smartphone will receive that update soon. The wallpaper was quite good too. The device is supporting Material Design, Security segments and some other Android L features too. The Kernel version is also quite good, which means that it is going to be good for all the developers.

Lenovo_K3_Note_BackThe Lenovo K3 Note comes with a  13-Megapixel camera and it is capable of recording Full HD videos at 30fps. So, you can shoot 1080p FHD videos using this device and it also supports FHD playback as well. It can support 4K Playback too what I think. Anyway, the camera was quite good, there was no lag in the camera.

The Lenovo K3 Note is now supporting a new camera settings menu and it looks quite nice. The device comes with a nice finish and it is totally awesome. The yellow colored back panel looks quite nice and it is made up of plastic, and thus, it is going to attract some fingerprints.

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The smartphone is powered by a MediaTek MT6752 64-bit Octa-Core processor which si clocked at 1.7GHz, it is again a good factor about this smartphone as we have expected the handset to come with an Octa-Core processor, and it has arrived. It is also supporting 2GB of DDR3v RAM. The internal storage of Lenovo K3 Note is 16GB and you can expand the external storage of this device upto 32GB. It comes with a 3,000mAh battery and we think that the battery life will be good too.

Lenovo_K3_Note_Front_CamThe Lenovo K3 Note comes with a 5-Megapixel front-facing camera which is also good, and you can find all the details about this camera in the Lenovo K3 Note Hands On video below. It is also supporting Dolby Sound. The device seems good, it is 8mm thin and it is a light device. So, it is going to be a good competitor to the Xiaomi Mi 4i.

The Lenovo K3 Note is a good device, and we will soon get the review loaner and then,we will tell you about this handset. So, till then that is all for now. Do stay tuned while we bring more tech updates for you. Check out the Lenovo K3 Note Hands On Image Gallery and Lenovo K3 Note Hands On Video below.

Lenovo K3 Note Hands On Video:

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