Lenovo K4 Note to launch in India on January 2016

    Lenovo India today teased the launch of a new smartphone with a tagline - A New Age Dawns. While the tagline doesn't reveal much but the #KillerNote is quite self-sufficient to guess what exactly Lenovo is pointing at.

    Lenovo K4 Note to launch in India on January 2016

    Yes you guessed it right Lenovo is indeed pointing at the K4 Note, successor to the K3 Note which was launched earlier this year. In fact folks at FoneArena report that they have confirmed from their internal sources that the device in question is the K4 Note.

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    According to the teaser images it seems that the alleged smartphone will come with a brushed metal frame. Other than that not much is evident from the teaser. However a report suggest that the Lenovo K4 Note will come with a Fingerprint Sensor at the back of the smartphone just below the camera.

    Just to recall this Fingerprint placement is similar to the one seen in the previously launched Vibe X3. Apart from that the Killer Note will come with Dolby Atmos sound quality.

    It worth mentioning that the teaser does reveal a microUSB port at the bottom of the smartphone flanked by the primary microphone. No other specification of the alleged smartphone are known as of now.

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    Reports state that the Chinese smartphone brand will launch their mid-range Note phablet dubbed the K4 Note in January, 2016. It is expected that Lenovo will be pricing the smartphone rather competitively just like its predecessor. And if they do so one thing is for sure Lenovo may end up breaking their own record of 1 million units of K3 Note sold in India.


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