Lenovo K6 Note: Powerful Mid-Ranger with Snapdragon On-Board
Lenovo’s newest array of mid-range smartphones is presided over by the K6 Note sans the Vibe moniker. This smartphone boasts of a decent enough specs sheet which hasn’t been upgraded a lot, as compared to its predecessors. Here is a detailed analysis of the existing set of attributes:
Lenovo K6 Note starts off with a customary 5.5-inch screen, offering a display resolution of 1920x1080 pixels. The Full HD panel boasts of life-like visuals. Moving on, this handset throws in a 4,000mAh battery module. In terms of connectivity, Lenovo brings in 4G LTE and Wireless support followed by GPS compatibility and Bluetooth v4.2. Apart from that, we also get a rear facing fingerprint scanner on this gadget. Acoustics are perfectly supported by the Dolby Atmos audio arrangement.
This smartphone persists with Android Marshmallow v6.0.1 as the operating system which certainly isn’t the best feature on-board. The OS is however upgradeable to Nougat 7.0, upon availability. Moreover, the built-in Wireless hardware isn’t the strongest and the lack of an USB Type-C port is a major drawback.
Unique Selling Points
Lenovo K6 Note throws in the 64-Bit Snapdragon 430 SoC, as seen on the likes of Redmi 3S and Redmi 3S Prime. The Octa-Core processor is perfectly complemented by 3GB/4GB RAM depending upon the variant. Internal storage limit for this gadget is 32GB expandable further, via the micro-SD slot.
In terms of imagery, this smartphone offers a 16MP rear snapper with PDAF and flashlight support. The 8MP selfie module is also a pretty good deal.