The first sale for the Lenovo K8 Note will kick off on August 18 at 12:00PM, and buyers will be able to avail launch day offers.
The 4GB RAM and 64GB Storage variant of the phone is priced in at Rs. 13,999.
Lenovo K8 Note will be the successor of Lenovo K6 Note which was launched past year in India for Rs 13,999. The phablet also comes with a fingerprint sensor located just below the rear camera sensors. It sports a dedicated Music key on the left bezel and can be customised as per the user. A 3.5 mm audio socket is placed on the very top edge of the device, while the speaker grilles are seen on the very bottom edge of the device along with a microUSB charging port sitting in the middle. The Lenovo K8 Note offers 32GB/64GB of internal storage and 128 GB micro SD card slot. Overall, in terms of design the phone does not look much different but has small additions that users will appreciate. The phone offers a vibrant display with a brightness of 450 nits. The smartphone is powered by a Kirin 655 octa-core processor. It has a large 4,000mAh battery. Available at Rs 13,999, the latest Lenovo device comes with tons of spectacular features along with a marathon battery.
A number of launch offers are introduced along with this phone on Amazon India.
Platform: Android 7.1.1 Nougat. The phone comes preloaded with Microsoft apps including Word, Powerpoint, Skype, OneNote etc.
One of the most significant features you can notice on the Lenovo K8 Note is the dual camera step on the rear panel, employed with the 13MP Primary sensor and 5MP depth measuring sensor. The second camera allows capturing of depth of field to deliver DSLR-like bokeh effect. The camera impressed with good results indoors.
Along with the dual cameras on the back, the Lenovo K8 Note sports a 13-megapixel front-facing camera with Pro mode, front flash and wide-angle.
After posting a series of many teasers, the Chinese PC and tablet manufacturer Lenovo on Wednesday officially launched its latest killer smartphone, dubbed as the "Lenovo K8 Note" in the Indian tech market at a starting of Rs. 12,999. Lenovo however, claims that the K7 Note was indeed in development, but the company finally made a decision to let it pass as it was really a "Killer Note'".