Rich in color and sharp in resolution, the Lenovo K4 Note smartphone’s 13.97cm (5.5) FHD 1080p screen is made for multimedia. This display pumps out 450Nits brightness and has 1000:1 contrast ratio making the colors pop out of your images and videos. It ensures that your video, games, and images all appear clearer and more vivid. Plus, with in-plane switching (IPS) offering nearly 180° of wide-angle viewing, the K4 Note‘s big, bright display is perfect for sharing with friends or family.
The K4 Note features a curvy design, compared to its predecessor. The design aimed at better ergonomics ensured a firm grip. In fact, we quite liked the looks. The company did boast of a metal body during the launch, but the device seems to get only a metal frame and the rest is all plastic. That doesn’t mean the device looks cheap, rather we loved the looks. However, we doubt we’d say the same about its build quality.
On the software front, Lenovo K4 Note runs the outdated Android 5.1 Lollipop operating system out-of-the-box with the Vibe UI on top, that is similar to the UI of many Chinese phone manufacturers but at an improved level of optimisation. The UI looks completely different from stock Android UI. At its heart, the Lenovo K4 Note includes an octa-core MediaTek MT6753 processor that has eight Cortex-A53 cores clocked at 1.3GHz.
With the K4 Note‘s 13MP auto-focus rear camera and 5MP front camera, you can shoot breathtaking photos and sharp selfies all day long, and share them instantly. The rear camera is a f2.2 ISOCELL sensor with PDAF fast focus. With all the VIBE UI enhancements, you will have the best photos everytime.
Performance is smooth and one can switch between apps without any lag issues as there is 3GB of LPDDR3 RAM. You can afford to work on multiple apps without worrying about the device to slow down. Coming to the graphics department, the graphics are handled by Mali-T720MP3 GPU consisting of 3 cores for processing graphics, it is not great for heavy gaming but can handle the mid-range games pretty well. As far as storage is concerned, the K4 Note comes with 16GB of internal space which can be further expanded up to 128GB using the microSD card.
On a full charge, we could easily squeeze through a day after surfing the web, checking emails, steaming music on Gaana and some social media coupled with frequent Whatsapp. And our battery test will further vouch for it that showed a whopping 8 hours and 44 minutes in the results. Lenovo adds some handy Battery saver modes too.