Lenovo seems to have an intention to keep the Moto X and Moto G lineups to get even better financial results. It is suggested that the Chinese maker is hoping even for substantial profits in 2016. This information is confirmed via a fresh set of images depicting early prototypes of some of the future devices of the manufacturer. The design shown in the pictures confirm that these handsets are definitely from the Moto family.
However, there will be some similarities between the Moto X and Moto G phones for 2016 but these will also be kept quite different from the current versions of these handsets running in the market. According to the reports, Moto X 2016 edition will get a slimmer metal body. This new feature of this smartphone is confirmed by its pictures leaked, although it is still difficult to get a view of this phone.
According to the pictures, one thing is unmistakably present on this smartphone i.e. the signature ‘M’ logo on the back of this handset. However, it is rather encouraging to see the logo in the light of the confusion created by Lenovo’s announcement recently. It was said by the Chinese maker that it will be phasing out the Motorola brand from the smartphones.
These issues were luckily cleared up later and Lenovo confirmed that it will go through a much more sensible plan to shift its focus towards the more ‘contemporary’ Moto brand. Coming back to the shots surfaced, the second batch shown with more colorful units is the Moto G. The resemblance of the upcoming Moto G is more apparent from the current generation phone of the company.
We can also see a signature camera with a Moto sign, showing curves at the bottom and top of this smartphone. The swatch of back panels fall inline in a variety of colors with the customization option that is currently available only with the G series from Motorola. Another noticeable detail is that there is a Lenovo logo on the back plate of this handset.
Lenovo’s K4 Note is a recently announced phone, which is now available for purchase on Amazon India via flash sale from today onwards. The phone can be availed from the retailer for INR 11,998, the price also brings along VR bundle, ANT VR headset. Amazon will start the sales for this upcoming phone of the Chinese giant at 2pm IST.
This smartphone will be made available for purchase from Amazon starting 2pm IST, this will also be a flash sale. Lenovo has revealed that currently it has received 480,566 number of registrations for flash sale. Also, those who have registered themselves successfully today will also be eligible for tomorrow’s sale. However, on the other hand the Chinese manufacturer has not revealed the number of units that will be available for sale today and tomorrow. Currently, the official site of Amazon India is reading Registrations closed for 20th Jan sale, but those who missed it today should not get disappointed. You can now register for the next week’s sale by heading to the source link below and hit the Register Now button.
Lenovo is expected to provide its Vibe K4 note phone with a 5.5 inch full HD display which is an IPS with 1080 x 1920 pixels resolution. The display has a wide view display, 16M colors, 1000:1 aspect ratio and 403 ppi density. This smartphone measures 153.6 x 76.5 x 9.1 mm dimensionally and has a weight of 160 grams. It is provided by a 64 bit MediaTek MT6753 octa core processor and Mali T720 MP3 GPU along with 3G DDR3 RAM.
This handset will run on the latest Android 5.1 Lollipop and an internal storage of 16GB which can be further expanded to 128GB using microSD card. It has a 3,300 mAh battery with 265 hours standby and 22 hours of talk time. There is a 13MP rear snapper and a 5 MP front facing camera for clicking better quality images even in low light conditions with the LED flash support.
The display of this smartphone is provided by a scratch resistant Corning Gorilla Glass 3 for scratch and dust proofing. For connectivity, there is GPRS, EDGE, LTE, Wi-Fi 802.11 a/b/g/n/ac, Wi-Fi hotspot, Bluetooth 4.0, GPS support and dual micro SIM. Lenovo’s phone also has a fingerprint scanner and NFC for easy transfers and payment capability. The K4 Note makes downloads, data transfer and browsing a breeze experience with the 4G LTE connectivity for super-fast internet speed.
Lenovo is working hard to expand its product lineup by bringing some new offers such as the metal Lemon 3, which has just been rolled out and the K4 Note which is already available. Now, there are reports that the OEM is working hard over the successor of this handset. It is understood because the K4 Note is already achieving great success.
According to the reports, a new member is coming to this lineup Lenovo K5 Note which has just been spotted at TENAA with the model number K52t38. However, there is one major problem with this handset which can’t be ignored i.e. this smartphone looks almost similar to some recent phones from Xiaomiand Meizu.
For instance, if we take the Redmi Note 3 from Xiaomi then the resemblance is in its camera size and the position along with the LED flash, round fingerprint scanner and the speaker grill. Even the curve and clean front look is also almost identical.
TENAA confirmed a few specifications of this handset; it will come with a 5.5 inch Full HD IPS display. Lenovo has powered its upcoming K4 Note with an octa core processor clocked at 1.8 GHz speed. This phone measures 152 x 75.5 x 8.49 mm dimensionally and is provided by LTEand Wi-Fi connectivity. The K4 Note has two variant one with an internal storage of 16GB and 2GB RAM. While the second variant will get 32GB internal storage and 4GB RAM.
It has a 13MP rear snapper and an 8MP front facing camera for clicking quality pictures in low light conditions with the LED Flash available. The phone is packed with 3,500 mAh battery backup which is capable of lasting for long hours.
Lenovo released its K4 Note in India earlier last week and it will available on sale starting 19th January and 20th January with a VR headset. There are reports that this handset will be available through flash sales carried out by Amazonfor which the users will be required to register them in advance.
Now, the sources reveal that in just 3 days after the start of registrations more than 200,000 handsets have already been received by the retailer. This shows that this handset from the Chinese maker is in high demand. Further, the registrations for the VR headset are closed in just 10 days ahead of the start because of the good response seen in the first two days.
However, you can still register for the Lenovo Vive K4 Noteuntil 18th January. There are still no words from the manufacturer on how many units of this handset will be available in the first flash sale. This smartphone will come with a 5.5 inch Touchscreen display with 1080 pixels resolution. There is a 5MP selfie snapper for clicking better quality selfie pictures.
There is an internal storage of 16GB and 3GB RAM for faster processing speed. It is powered by the MediaTek MT6753 SoC chip with an octa core processor clocked at 1.3 GHz speed and having Cortex A53 CPU. This device is packed by a 3,300 mAh battery backup and runs on Android 5.1 Lollipop.
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