Lenovo along with its online retail partner Flipkart announced that it has sold 35,000 unites of its latest flagship K3 Note Black version and 15,000 unites of White version during the fourth flash sale.
Lenovo has managed to create a buzz in the Indian market with its latest K3 Note under the sub-10,000 price category. The smartphone comes with some improvements over the company's earlier launch - Lenovo A7000. However we came up with a list of best and the worst features of the smartphone. Take a look at the slider below to know more about the company's latest smartphone.
The Best: Bigger Display
As the name 'Note' suggest the smartphone comes with a 5.5 inch full HD IPS display at 1080x1920 pixels resolution translating to 401 ppi pixel density.
The Best: Comfortable Design
With the bigger 5.5 inch screen size, the smartphone is very comfortable to hold. The smartphone comes with a smooth edges and the back of the smartphone comes with a matte finish.
The Best: Battery
The K3 Note packs a 2900mAh battery which is actually the best option for the price range.
The Best: Connectivity
At the price range of Rs. 10.000 the smartphone comes with host of connectivity options including the 4G, Bluetooth, Wi-Fi and OTG support.
The Best: 16GB Internal Storage
Lenovo K3 Note comes with 16GB of internal storage, which makes it as one of the best smartphone to get in the price range.
The Worst: No Gorilla Glass
The K3 Note comes with a bigger display but, it does not come with Gorilla Glass protection or any other kind of protective layer on it.
The Worst: Poor Built Quality
The physical appearance of the K3 Note is actually similar to the Lenovo A7000. If you keep the both devices and it will be a hard time to make out the difference between them. Notably, the smartphone is almost build with plastic and has a low quality body.
The Worst: Battery
Many smartphones within the price range comes with bigger battery capacity. Lenovo could have added more capacity to the battery of its latest smartphone.
The Worst: No NFC
Almost all flagship smartphone in the Indian market comes with NFC support. While, the K3 Note does not support the NFC connectivity.
The Worst: Very Less External Storage
Lenovo has limited the expandable storage option for the smartphone. The K3 Note can get additional storage only up to 32GB using a microSD card.