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    Lenovo K8 Note

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    Market Status
    Out of Stock
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    Original Price
    Price with Buyback
    Approx. ₹3,400
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    Specs at a Glance
    Battery Capacity
    4000 mAh
    Battery Capacity
    Operating System
    Android v7.1.1 (Nougat)
    Operating System
    Screen Size
    5.5 inches
    Screen Size
    Variants Available
    Ram & Storage:
    + 1
    Detailed Specs
    Announced On5-Aug-17
    Market StatusOut of Stock
    Price StatusConfirmed
    PriceRs. 8,499
    Water ResistanceYes, Splash proof
    Weight180 grams
    ColorsFine Gold, Venom Black
    BuildCase: Metal, Back: Metal
    Dimensions154.5 x 75.9 x 8.5 mm
    SAR ValueHead: 1.157 W/kg, Body: 1.157 W/kg
    Screen Size5.5 inches
    Screen TypeIPS LCD
    Screen Resolution1080 x 1920 pixels
    Pixel Density401 ppi
    Screen ProtectionGorilla Glass 3
    Screen to Body Ratio70.95%
    Screen QualityFHD
    GPUMali-T880 MP4
    Operating SystemAndroid v7.1.1 (Nougat)
    ChipsetMediaTek MT6797D
    CPUDeca Core (2.3 GHz, Dual core, Cortex A72 + 1.85 GHz, Quad core, Cortex A53 + 1.4 GHz, Quad core, Cortex A53)
    Custom User InterfaceStock
    Clock Speed2.3 GHz
    Architecture64 bit
    Process Technology20 nm
    Memory & Storage
    Phone Variants4GB 64GB, 3GB 32GB
    Expandable StorageYes
    RAM TypeLPDDR3
    Expandable Storage CapacityYes, 128 GB
    OTG SupportYes
    Front Camera
    Front Camera FeaturesLED flash
    Front Camera SetupSingle, 13MP
    Front Camera 1 Resolution13 MP
    Front Camera 1 Typef/2.0 Primary Camera
    Front Aperturef/2.0
    Front FlashYes, LED Flash
    Battery Capacity4000 mAh
    Battery RemovableNo
    Battery TypeLi-Polymer
    Charger TypeTurbo
    USB Type-CNo
    Fast ChargingYes
    Miscellaneous Features
    SensorsLight sensor, Proximity sensor, Accelerometer, Compass, Gyroscope
    Network & Connectivity
    GPSYes A-GPS
    Audio FeaturesDolby Atmos
    FM RadioYes
    3.5mm Audio JackYes
    Bluetooth Typev4.2
    Audio Jack3.5 mm
    Rear Camera
    Rear FlashYes, Dual-color LED Flash
    Rear Video Recording1920x1080 @ 30 fps
    Rear Camera FeaturesDigital Zoom, Auto Flash, Face detection, Touch to focus
    Rear Camera SetupDual, 13MP + 5MP
    Rear Camera 1 Resolution13 MP
    Rear Camera 1 Typef/2.2 Primary Camera
    Rear Camera 2 Resolution5 MP
    Rear Camera 2 TypeDepth Camera
    Rear SensorPureCel Sensor
    Rear Aperturef/2.2
    Network Support4G
    SIM SizeSIM1: Nano, SIM2: Nano
    Wi-FiYes, Wi-Fi 802.11, b/g/n
    SIM Slot(s)Dual SIM, GSM+GSM
    Wi-Fi FeaturesWi-Fi Direct, Mobile Hotspot
    SIM 1 Bands4G Bands: TD-LTE 2300(band 40), FD-LTE 2100(band 1) / 1800(band 3) / 2600(band 7) / 900(band 8) / 850(band 5), 3G Bands: UMTS 1900 / 2100 / 850 / 900 MHz, 2G Bands: GSM 1800 / 1900 / 850 / 900 MHz, 4G Speed: 50 Mbit/s 150 Mbit/s (LTE category 4), G...
    SIM 2 Bands4G Bands: TD-LTE 2300(band 40), FD-LTE 2100(band 1) / 1800(band 3) / 2600(band 7) / 900(band 8) / 850(band 5), 3G Bands: UMTS 1900 / 2100 / 850 / 900 MHz, 2G Bands: GSM 1800 / 1900 / 850 / 900 MHz, 4G Speed: 50 Mbit/s 150 Mbit/s (LTE category 4), G...
    Fingerprint ScannerYes
    Fingerprint Scanner PositionRear

    Price & Availability

    Lenovo K8 Note (Fine Gold, 4 GB RAM/64 GB)

    About the Phone

    In all fairness, the Chinese brand did manage to stock the phone with an awful lot of specs that might raise your eyebrows, but a question would always be welcomed at a buyer’s mind—is it really worth the price keeping its competitors in mind?



    • Good battery performance- K8 note equipped with a 4000 mAh battery with a turbocharger—something that you didn’t get in the older cousins of this phone, the K6 note series—that offers more than a decent battery performance.


    • Runs on stock android- Waving goodbye to its Vibe Pure UI, K8 note runs on the Android 7.1.1 Nougat and shows a significant upgrade in the speed—making the UI less complex and better functioning 
    • Separate SD card tray: Another slight change that users would notice is the fact how Lenovo decided to ditch the hybrid slot from the SIM tray and made two separate slots for SIM cards and the memory card.
    • Splash resistant: It does come with water repellent coating but keep in mind that the company doesn’t cover the water damage in its warranty.


    • Heating problem: Half an hour or so of gaming, or running multiple apps at the same time could warm a phone a little.
    • Underwhelming design: It’s safe to say that Lenovo doesn’t give enough attention to the design of its phones, so, this shouldn’t come as a shock to you—just in case you were expecting a premium design.

    After a noticeable hiatus that the company took after rolling out the K6 series, Lenovo decided to delve into the market with better offerings in the similar price bracket as the aforementioned phones—not to mention K7 note wasn’t really the success they hoped it would be. Priced at Rs 12,999 (3GB RAM + 32GB storage) and Rs 13,999 (4GB RAM + 64GB storage), it goes without saying that the phone offers straight competition to Xiaomi’s one of highest selling phones, Redmi Note 4. 

    Moto E4 sports a deca-core MediaTek Helio X23 (MT6797)—which you’d rarely see in the phones in the same price bracket—VR enabled feature that runs as smooth as silk, a dual camera setup and plenty of other features that’d attract a handsome share of interest—not to mention a little surprise for the lovers of music.

    Okay, on the brighter side we have a neat 2.5D Gorilla Glass spread across all the edges, a fingerprint-sensor at the back and splash resistant coating on the phone. As mentioned above, the ‘surprise’ for the lovers of music is the dedicated music button that could play a paused song. Not to mention you have the luxury of using the button for other purposes like toggling the camera, opening an app of your choice or taking a screenshot.

    Now, time for the bitter truth. In case design aesthetics make a massive difference in your choice of buying, your hands might tremble before you land them on this 5.5-inch device. But hey, it has a good grip and the aluminium body wouldn’t let the phone slip from your hands even if your palms are sweaty.

    Not really much to say about the display. The 5.5-inch screen comes with a resolution of 1080×1980 pixels and gives a fair performance as per its price. Be it the almost unwavering display from acute angles or the sunlight trying to make vision difficult for you, K8 wouldn’t disappoint you in that department. It’s decent for watching HD videos but don’t expect it to play 4k ones.

    As stated earlier, finding a deca-core MediaTek processor is a rarity in the smartphones of this range, Lenovo k8 would be fancied by the people falling under the label of “performance-over-the-visuals breed”. The x SoC powered cores come in the combination of four clocked at 1.4 GHz, another four cores at 1.85GHZ and the remaining two at 2.3 GHz. The two variants come with 4 GB of Ram with 64 GB of storage and 3 GB of RAM along with 32 GB of storage. Moreover, you could expand the storage to 128 GB with an SD card.

    It would play the majority of the games without any glitches or disruptions but at the cost of a slight heating issue which won’t go unnoticed. The highly talked about theatre max feature runs seamlessly with VR headset and if this feature entices you on the paper, it would do the same damage (obviously in a good way) to you when you get your hands on it.

    An upsurge Lenovo takes a lot of pride in—the series received a massive upgrade in its camera department with a dual camera setup in the K8 note. At the rear, there’s a 13 MP Purecel sensor and a 5 MP Samsung BSI sensor. While the former is used to capture the images, the latter focuses on the depth of the picture. 

    The outdoor shots would work superbly well and with a slight smudginess around the edges which isn’t much visible. Although the idea of capturing a perfect bokeh image might become elusive sometimes. The camera performance could be underwhelming on a few occasions as the blur effect doesn’t function as good as it is supposed to be.

    The battery life is more than decent—yet not as good as its competitor, Redmi Note 4. Although, that doesn’t discredit the battery performance that K8 has at its disposal. Another glittery thing that went missing in the boxes of its predecessors was a turbocharger that you’d find in this one. The 4000 mAh non-removable battery would easily keep the phone awake with you in case you’re not a hardcore mobile user.

    All in all, Lenovo did a splendid job in offering a significant update on its predecessors and managed to stock the phone with pretty solid features at a competitive price. Lenovo has thrown a lot of candies with the phone—the Stock android, the dual camera setup, water repellent coating, deca-core MediaTek, Dolby Atmos, VR, TheaterMax—more than good enough to lure buyers. The only thing that could elicit double thoughts in a customer’s mind is the underwhelming design and the heating problem. Otherwise, the phone is a pretty great buy.