Everything You Need To Know About The Lenovo K3 Note

Calling for attention from all nooks and corners, the Lenovo K3 Note has been the talk of tech town. Priced as a budget friendly phone at Rs. 9,999/-, here’s an overview of what all does the phone offer you.



The look of the phone

Similar to most of the phones in this price range, Lenovo K3 Note too is a sleek, light weight model of 150 g with dimensions 152.6 x 76.2 x 8mm. Although the phone’s design is quite better than Lenovo A700, it is surely not exceptional in the price segment.

However, the display and performance of the phone grab attention towards this model. With its 5.5 inches Full HD display and resolution of 1920 x 1080 Pixels, the phone gives a very pleasant visual experience.



Battery & Performance

The phone is available with Android v5.0- Lollipop and has 1.7 GHz Octa-core processor that helps it function very smoothly and efficiently. The phone comes with a pre-installed Google Chrome browser. Its smooth transitions and quick uploading of even ultra-high resolution images on the browser can give you an amazing web-surfing experience.

Lenovo K3 Note has an excellent microphone quality and supreme Dolby Atmos speaker/sound enhancement. With its improved hard disc and 2 GB RAM the phone also has a better capacity to multitask.

This phone has a Li-Ion, 2900 mAh battery that can last you for approximately one and a half day of normal usage.



A couple of other features to highlight are that phone is well-built for consistent updates. It also has an added feature of uninstalling the pre-installed applications. This is quite unique amongst the other phones in the same price bracket.

If you are a game-lover, this phone is sure to give you an awesome experience. The games look great, feel great with smooth touch and sound great on this phone. This is primarily for the 2D and 2.5D games as compared to 3D or above.

The Camera

If you are looking forward to buy a budget phone with a decent camera, Lenovo K3 Note is an option you definitely should consider. It has a 13 megapixel rear camera which clicks flawless images with minute detailing. The rear camera has auto as well as manual focus and also has exposure control features. The colours in the captured images are however not extremely vivid, but the overall image quality is definitely satisfying.

On the other hand, the 5 megapixel front camera, with a fixed focus, has much better colour portrayal as compared to numerous other front cameras of phones but the detailing of the images is comparatively lower. But if you are considering the front camera for clicking selfies, this is sure to give you a glorious experience.

Some other features of the camera include Full HD video recording, face detection, auto-beautification and dual LED flashlight. The flash is a great performer, exception for dark environment when it has a chance to get overexposed. This might result in your captured images missing out on some background detailing or also pixelating. However, in natural lights, the camera’s results even with flash are surprisingly awesome!


The phone comes with a 16 GB internal memory and an external slot for Micro SD Card which is expandable up to 64 GB.

Although the phone is not really exceptional, with decent aesthetics, heathy battery, great display, awesome camera, satisfactory performance and value for money, on a whole, the Lenovo K3 Note phone is truly worth your money.

Picture courtesy- fonearena.com, phonesreview.co.uk, theindiantalks.com and gadgets.ndtv.com

by techtalks @TechTalks August 21, 2015 5:18 AM UTC


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