Lenovo company is in a spree for launching feature loaded and cheap phones, Lenovo K8 Note is the latest addition. Lets review the Lenovo K8 Note from user usability, features and quality perspective, which is among the famous Lenovo K note series. Lenovo in a launch event said that it skipped a generation (K7) and made K8 note with stock Android Operating system.
Lenovo K8 Note – Camera
Lenovo comes with dual rear camera with ‘Bokeh’ effect. ‘Bokeh’ effect became quite popular after Apple iPhone 7 Plus launch last year. Lenovo K8 Note comes with dual CCT LED flash, adding brightness for selfie lovers. Lack of LED flash for front camera disappointed many Lenovo P2 users. Camera interface is similar to Motorla G series interface, suave and clean.
Lenovo K8 Note Body
Lenovo K8 Note looks premium and sturdy due to the 6000 series aluminium body. The device is available in Venom Black and Fine Gold colors and the black version looks classier than the gold variant.
Lenovo K8 Note Display
The 5.5-inch full-HD (1920×1080 pixels) display is protected by a layer of 2.5D Corning Gorilla glass that renders a smooth finish. Lenovo has also added a layer of anti-fingerprint “oleophobic” coating that is a great value-addition and won’t leave smudges on the screen. The viewing angles are great with decent sunlight legibility. This is the best-ever display on a Lenovo smartphone in this price segment. Also, the splash-proof P2i nano-coating makes the device capable of handling a few splashes. This is also where Redmi Note 4 falls short.
Lenovo K8 Note Battery
The hefty 4,000mAh non-removable battery lasted over a day on a single charge with moderate-to-heavy usage during our review. A 15W “Turbo Charger” supplied in the box could provide 100 per cent juice in less than two hours.
Lenovo K8 Note Performance
Deca-core MediaTek Helio X23 (MT6797) chipset ensures heavy processing can be uplifted and processed with ease. 10 processing core embarrasses many competitors, who used to flaunt octa(8) core processing power on their device.