IFA has been going on for a few days now and a bunch of new devices such as a new Yoga laptop, a sexy looking Yoga Book, and more have already been unveiled. Yesterday Lenovo announced three new mid range smartphones, the Lenovo K6, K6 Power, and the K6 Note. Given the naming scheme, these Android devices are very similar other than a few things that will differentiate them.
Starting off with the K6. It’s manufactured with Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 430 SoC, so it has an octa core CPU clocking in at 1.5GHz for four cores and 1.2GHz for the other four cores. As for internal storage, you’ll be set with 16GB or 32GB before everything that’s installed, and 2GB of RAM to go with all that storage. The K6 Power comes with the same Snapdragon 430 SoC and the same storage options, but the RAM is different depending on which you choose. The 16GB of storage version will come with 2GB of RAM and the 32GB will come with 3GB of RAM. And lastly, the K6 Note comes with once again the Snapdragon 430, and is available only in a 32GB option, but will offer either 3GB or 4GB of RAM. If neither of those storage options are enough for you, you will have the ability to add in a microSD card for expansion.
Screen size for the K6 and K6 power is 5 inches, while the K6 Note has a bigger 5.5 inch screen — all of them are FHD (1080p) resolution. The battery size will be 3,000mAh for the K,6 while the K6 Power and Note will have massive 4,000mAh battery which will be more than enough to get you through the day. For the camera resolution, 13MP is default for the K6/Power and the Note bumps the pixel count up to 16MP. All three devices will have an 8MP front facing camera. Other than that, all three handsets will support dual sim and have LTE, a fingerprint scanner, and Dolby Atmos certification.
These phones will be available in Europe for around €150-€230 ($167-$256USD) depending on the model, and the Lenovo K6 will be the first of the three to be available for purchase in two weeks, while the K6 Power and K6 Note will be set to come out in November this year.
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