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Lenovo K6 Note or K5 Note? Check Out Specs Comparison Review before You Buy

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Lenovo K6 Note isn't yet released for public but it quickly garners attention at the IFA 2016 since there are many improvements compared to the K5 Note. Find out the differences!

Lenovo K5 Note and K6 Note specs review

K5 Note was released in January, with specs include 5.5 inch screen, 1080 x 1920 pixels resolution with 401 ppi pixel density. The K6 Note sports the same screen size and resolutions with three capacitive buttons but they are not backlit. The finish is quite nice and sleek, with slightly curved edges. The design quickly reminds us of Redmi Note 3 especially for the back part.

The two flagships sport 32 GB of internal memory with either 3 GB or 4 GB of RAM choices. Other similarities include fingerprint sensor, Bluetooth 4.1 and MicroUSB connectivity, GSM Arena reported.

Lenovo K5 Note and K6 Note specs review: what are the differences?

There are slight improvements in the K6 Note. For instance, now the flagship comes with two option, the single SIM or the Dual SIM.

Another difference is the Android OS. K5 Note runs Android Lollipop whilst the K6 Note runs Android Marshmallow. Lenovo has switched the Helio P10 with Snapdragon 430, octa-core processor.

The camera duty gets an improvement with K6 Note rear shooter gets 16 MP instead of 13 MP. Both phones' selfie shooter sports the same 8 MP. There is no other improvement in the camera features. K5 Note and K6 Note pack Dolby Atmos for a great audio experience.

The battery in K6 Note receives a capacity boost, with its 4,000 mAh cell. An increase from its predecessor that only packs 3,500 mAh.

Lenovo K5 Note or K6 Note?

Lenovo introduces two phone series in a year and for those who have not decided yet, the K6 Note is a good buy especially with the upgraded specs from the K5 Note - even if the changes are somewhat minor. The phone is priced around $288.

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