Lenovo has been in the industry of selling, manufacturing, and developing personal computers, tablets and smartphones for almost a decade already. Since 2013, Lenovo has been the world’s largest personal computer vendor by unit sales.
The company also has operations in more than 60 countries and sells its products in around 160 countries.
Lenovo entered the smartphone market in 2012 and it even passed Apple i becoming the No. 2 provider of smartphones to the Chinese market in the same year.
Now, Lenovo is one of the most popular smartphone brands in the world. Giving consumers competitive phone options. For Gizmos.ph Tech-Review we will assess Lenovo K6 Note base on design, features and performance.
Lenovo K6 Note design
If you’re familiar with K6 Power, Lenovo K6 Note looks similar to the gadget. Although there’s a big difference when it comes to screen size.
If you will observe the external features of Lenovo K6 Note, you will find navigation buttons just below the screen, the volume and power buttons are on the side. The SIM tray is on the left. You can fit either two SIMs or one SIM and one MicroSD card. You can find a Micro-USB port at the bottom while the 3.5 mm audio jack is located on the top portion of the phone.
Lenovo K6 Note weighs almost 170 grams or 0.17 kilos. The handset also looks and feels durable with its all-metal design.
Lenovo K6 note has a 5.5-inch display. At the back, you will find the rear camera with dual-LED flash. You can also find a round fingerprint scanner located below the rear camera and flash.
Lenovo K6 Note features
Lenovo K6 Note review unit has 64-bit octa-core processor. It also has 4GB RAM and built-in 32GB storage and up to 128GB microSD expandable.
For the camera features, rear camera has a 16-megapixel with autofocus and a dual-LED flash. The front camera has 8-megapixel.
For the connectivity options, the handset includes 4G VoLTE, Wi-Fi 802.11 b/g/n, Bluetooth 4.1 and GPS.
For the software, the Lenovo K6 Note runs Android 6.0 Marshmallow. Other software features include app lock functionality with fingerprint technology; Dual Apps mode and fingerprint Snap.
Lenovo K6 Note Performance
The 5.5-inch full-HD (1080×1920-pixel) IPS display produces vibrant colors and sharp text. The brightness is okay for outdoor use. A bigger screen makes watching videos and playing games a more engaging experience.
During the review, we didn’t experience lag while the phone performs multiple tasks. We downloaded a game app “Scream Go” to test its processor. And as expected, the Lenovo K6 Note ran smoothly. To test its connectivity, we played several videos on YouTube and played the Everwing Challenge game. The phone remained on top-notch performance despite the online game.
The fingerprint scanner at the back is aslo fast-responding. It becomes a convenience when taking photos as the hand can simply switch from an index finger to the thumb to take photos.
Sound is also much clearer and dimensional thanks to the Dolby Atmos speakers which creates more of a surround-sound experience.
The camera does a pretty good job too. The 16MP rear camera captures sharp images. The PDAF is also helps to auto-lock the image. Other camera features include Pro, Panorama, HDR, Fast-motion, Slow- motion and Nightscape.
We tried how powerful selfies can be produced with Lenovo K6 Note through a selfie challenge. The crisp take of the 6MP front camera makes picture look more defined compared to other selfie phones.
Lenovo K6 Note 4000mAh battery also means less charging and more usage. Unlike other smartphones, this one serves more usage time because of the bigger battery size.
Lenovo K6 Note is a reliable phone that offers a larger screen and smoother performance. It’s a handy phone for the average joe, but if you’re looking for more techie updates, it’s best to shift to a higher-end phone. But if you’re more into convenience and dependability, Lenovo K6 Note is a pretty good deal. Its price starts at PHP 11,999 pesos.