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Home News & StoriesLenovo launches K4 Note in India featuring Fingerprint sensor, 3GB RAM for Rs. 11,999

Lenovo launches K4 Note in India featuring Fingerprint sensor, 3GB RAM for Rs. 11,999

Lenovo launches K4 Note in India featuring Fingerprint sensor, 3GB RAM for Rs. 11,999
Lenovo K4 Note@ Rs.11,999
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After teasing K4 note for weeks, Lenovo has finally launched it in India for Rs. 11,999. Its predecessor K3 Note set a benchmark in the sub 10K category. The K4 note will be available via infamous Flash sale mode which is scheduled to take place on 19th January 2016 and registrations for it starts today. Lenovo has also introduced ANTVR headsets at Rs. 1299, a user can buy it with the phone for Rs. 12,499.

Lenovo K4 note features a curvy design at rear but houses the same 5.5 inch full HD display with 1920×1080 pixels resolution, Corning Gorilla glass 3 protection, pixel density of 403 ppi and 178 degree wide viewing angle similar to K3 note. It gets an upgraded Octa Core 64-bit Mediatek processor clocked at 1.3GHz and aided by meaty 3GB of DDR3 RAM and Mali T720 GPU.

It sports 16GB of internal memory that can be further expandable up to 128GB via Micro SD card. K4 Note bears a 13MP autofocus camera at rear with dual tone LED flash, PDAF, f/2.2 aperture apart from 5MP snapper for Selfies and video calling.

It runs on Android Lollipop 5.1 OS out of the box layered with Vibe UI on top and there is no official word on the Marshmallow update for the device. For connectivity, it offers dual-SIM slots, 4G LTE, bluetooth 4.1, A-GPS, WI-Fi 802.11 a/b/g/n/ac, USB OTG, Wi-Fi hot spot and NFC.

One of the USP of the handset is inclusion of Fingerprint sensor placed below the camera at the back panel. The entire package is powered by a 3300mah battery which is rated to deliver 22 hours of talktime and 265 hours of standby on 3G networks. Other features include dual front speakers, range of sensors etc.

Mr. Sudhin Mathur, Director- Smartphones, Lenovo Group, said, “More than 50 percent of digital content is consumed on mobile devices today, and smartphones continue to be people’s’ primary personal entertainment device. We expect the proportion will continue to grow in the future and the expectations of newer, more sophisticated functionalities along with it. Lenovo TheaterMax, powered by Lenovo VR, sets us apart with our commitment to design cutting-edge smartphones that meet the needs of consumers at an extremely friendly price-point,”

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