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Lenovo K5 Note or Samsung Galaxy J7 Prime? Check Out Specs Comparison Review before You Buy!

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Lenovo K5 Note specs review

In just a few months after its launch, the K5 Note has received huge positive feedbacks from consumers. Rich features loaded in a mid-range phone are something that the users favor the most. For instance, Lenovo K5 Note supports VR screen split, which reminds us of Android Nougat feature. However, the 5.5 inch phone still runs Android Lollipop OS.

For selfies, Lenovo equips K5 Note with 8 MP of front camera, GSM Arena wrote. The 13 MP of rear camera features phase autofocus detection and dual LED flash. The quick snap lets user to have a shortcut to the camera even when the screen is off.

The hybrid phone gets octa-core Helio P10, paired with either 3 GB or 4 GB of RAM. There is only one storage variant - 32 GB. To enhance multimedia experience, K5 Note supports Dolby Atmos with customizable modes and noise cancellation. It also supports call recording which can be activated right on the dial screen. There is also a long-screenshot mode in a single capture.

Lenovo K5 Note gets non-removable 3,500 mAh battery but there are two power saving modes. The Lollipop's Power Saver standard feature and Lenovo-built Ultimate Power Saver - which can essentially turn off access to various apps. The smartphone is priced around $288

Samsung Galaxy J7 Prime specs review

Galaxy J7 Prime has indeed, a prime design. Its slim profile looks classic and quickly reminds us of the Galaxy J7 2016 edition.

The 5.5-inch phone is powered by octa-core Exynos 7870 processor under the hood. It's got 3 GB of RAM and 32 GB of internal memory. It features fingerprint scanner and Bluetooth 4.1 for fast data transfer.

The rear camera on Galaxy J7 Prime is a 13 MP shooter. The selfie camera gets 8MP shooter with beauty mode to enhance the image results. It is also able to shoot in wide angle mode and swipe mode to take the selfies.

Galaxy J7 Prime packs 3,300 mAh non removable battery and is priced around $282.

Samsung Galaxy J7 Prime or Lenovo K5 Note?

Samsung brings a major upgrade to Galaxy J7 Prime, that is the fingerprint scanner and the Super AMOLED display. However, both phones have respectful 401 pixel density for excellent screen display even when K5 Note is lacking of Super AMOLED feature. Lenovo's flagship may be priced slightly higher but it's a solid choice given the more features it has.

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