Lenovo K4 Note teased again, to come with 3GB RAM


Lenovo today have posted yet another teaser of their upcoming Killer Note smartphone. The Chinese company had recently posted a teaser of the same which gave us a glimpse of the alleged smartphone.

While the previous teaser didn't confirm the exact name of the upcoming device, the new one however clearly mentions so. Yes, it is indeed the Lenovo K4 Note. This new teaser gives us some hints regarding the hardware specifications of the K4 Note.

Lenovo K4 Note teased to come with 3GB RAM

According to the teaser, the Lenovo K4 Note will sport a bigger RAM on the inside I.e. 3GB. For those unaware the K3 Note which sold like hot cakes in India had 2GB RAM on the inside. Some reports also suggest that the Lenovo K4 Note will come with a 32GB of internal storage, which apparently double of that found in the previous generation.

Previous reports also suggest that the Lenovo K4 Note will come with a Mediatek Helio X10 SoC on the inside along with a Fingerprint Sensor on the back of the display. The teaser shared by Lenovo at an earlier date also indicate that the K4 Note will come with a metal frame.

SEE ALSO: Lenovo K4 Note to launch in India on January 2016

Details regarding the launch date of the smartphone, however hasn't leaked as of now. Considering the way Lenovo is teasing the smartphone, though, it seems that the K4 Note will make an appearance as early as January 2016. Likewise, Lenovo may also plan to launch the phone at the CES.

Source: Lenovo

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